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Officials in Iran declared Tuesday as a national day of mourning and newspapers broke with tradition to publish their front page headlines in the Kurdish language, in a rare move showing solidarity with the majority-Kurdish areas worst affected.
Mohammad-Ali Monshizadeh, an official from Kermanshah province, told the Irna state news agency: At least 7, people were injured during the earthquake, which hit seven big cities and 1, villages in the province. Officials said 12, houses had been completely destroyed and a further 15, damaged, Irna reported.
Iran struggled to shelter all those affected on Monday night as thousands were forced to sleep in the open air without electricity or water supplies. More than people were killed in the town of Sarpol-e Zahab alone, about 10 miles from the Iraqi border. At least 28 people were also reported to have been killed in Qasr-e-Shirin, another city in Kermanshah that serves as a gateway for trade between Iran and Iraq. I had to drag them out of the house. My mother is injured. The whole village is ruined.
Graves are cracked and some of the bodies have come out of the ground. The quake was centred 19 miles There were also casualties on the Iraqi side but the number of those killed in Kermanshah was significantly higher. Rouhani, promising victims emergency financial assistance, said in Kermanshah: Serious questions have been raised about the construction standards of a series of newly built apartments that collapsed or were severely damaged.
The US put differences aside on Monday to express condolences with the people of Iran and also Iraq, in comments that were also widely reported across the Iranian media. Iran has seen powerful earthquakes in recent decades.