IRAN: Angry Protests Break out in Kermanshah After Officials Threaten to Cut Electricity to Those Living in Temporary Accommodation After 2017 Earthquake
- 23 Jul
By INU Staff
INU - In November 2017, more than 600 people were killed and thousands injured in a powerful earthquake that hit Iran and Iraq. The 7.3 magnitude earthquake caused major devastation in the affected areas in Iran, and the Iranian government was criticised for leaving the people to fend for themselves in the aftermath.