Hundreds of people have been killed in the border between Iraq and Iran as a result of the magnitude 7.3 earthquake on Sunday.
If you felt or witnessed your door shake, or felt anything slightly peculiar, chances are you felt the tremors of the Iran and Iraq earthquake on Sunday at 9.25pm.
More than 200 killed in Iran with around 2,700 injured
The province of Kermanshah has announced a three-day-mourn after being hit the hardest by the earthquake. Other provinces in Iran felt tremors too.
Six people have been killed in the predominantly Kurdish town of #Kermanshah in Iran as 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck #Sulaymaniyah. According to latest reports, one killed and more than 50 wounded in Sulaymaniyah. pic.twitter.com/zFATIh2lGx
— Aylina Kılıç (@AylinaKilic) November 12, 2017
A surveillance camera from a café in Suleymaniya, Baghdad shows the immediate effects of the earthquake
— MediaNewsCenter (@MediaNewsCenter) November 12, 2017
Photos and scenes online show a sad sight, wherein people cry while searching for their families under rubble. Kurdish health officials told Arab News that at least four people died in Iraq, with 50 injured.
— Press TV (@PressTV) November 13, 2017
People felt tremors across the GCC..
— The Cool Aunt (@thecoolauntau) November 12, 2017
— rougebymk???????? (@maheenk1) November 12, 2017
and in parts of Saudi Arabia too…
Earthquake in Iraq, felt by people in North Eastern city of Hafr Albatin, Saudi Arabia!
— Nasser Albeshri (@nalbeshri) November 12, 2017