Ahvaz, Oct 5, IRNA – A relatively strong earthquake measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale jolted the city of Haftkal in Khuzestan province in southern Iran on Thursday.
According to the Seismological Centre of the Institute of Geophysics of Tehran University, the earthquake struck Hafkal , a town in Khuzestan Province at 13:41 local time (10:11 GMT).
The epicenter of the quake was 49.21 degrees longitude and 31.37 degrees latitude in depth of 10 kilometer.
There has been no report yet on the possible damages caused by the earthquake.
Shiraz, Sep 26, IRNA – A 4.5-magnitude earthquake hit an area in the Iranian southern province of Fars on Wednesday.
According to the Seismological Centre of the Institute of Geophysics of Tehran University, the earthquake struck Banaruiyeh, a town in Larestan township, at 11:58:03 local time (03:28:03 GMT).
The epicenter of the quake was 54.23 degrees longitude and 28.01 degrees latitude, with a depth of 19 kilometers, 244 km south of Shiraz.
There has been no report yet on the possible damage caused by the earthquake.
The consignment weighing 40 tons comprised food materials, medicine, textile and stationary.
Most of the consignment was related to pupils.
The first consignment arrived in Deir Ezzur last Wednesday.
Syrian army entered west of Deir Ezzur city on September 5, 2017 and broke the siege after 3 years.
The city is in eastern Syria and it is a neighbor of Iraq.
Daesh terrorist group had laid siege on the city since 2014.
Cox Bazar, Bangladesh, Sep 16, IRNA – Head of Rescue and Relief Organization of Red Crescent Society Morteza Salimi said on Saturday that the first humanitarian aids consignment with collaboration of Red Crescent Society of Bangladesh was distributed in Rohingya camps in Bangladesh.
He said the consignment was included 40 tons of medicine, food packages, tent, blanket and rugs.
The total amount of the humanitarian aids for the Rohingya refugees is 160 tons, which will be dispatched in the upcoming days.
Tehran, Sep 15, IRNA – The first humanitarian aids shipment was sent Friday to Bangladesh for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
The shipment comprised of bioproducts, health, treatment and food products.
The aids convoy was sent to Bangladesh by the collaboration of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iran Air Force, Head of Relief and Rescue Organization of the Red Crescent Organization Mortza Salimi told reporters.