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Strong Quake Hits Near Iran-Iraq Border, Killing More Than 330

Officials in both countries say more than 330 have been killed and more than 3,000 injured, most of them in Iran.
Iraqis search for the trapped citizens over the collapsed buildings after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit northern Iraq in Derbendihan district of Sulaymaniyah, Iraq on Sunday. Source: Anadolu Agency

Updated at 4 a.m. ET on Monday

A magnitude 7.3 earthquake that struck northern Iraq and parts of Iran has killed more than 330 people in both countries and injured more than 3,000, according to officials. It is the strongest quake to hit

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