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Donations to Quake-Hit Kermanshah  Top $90m
Donations to Quake-Hit Kermanshah  Top $90m
Saturday, August 04, 2018

Donations to Quake-Hit Kermanshah Top $90m

Saturday, August 04, 2018

Donations to Quake-Hit Kermanshah Top $90m

People and the Iranian Red Crescent Society donated a total of 4,000 billion rials ($90.9 million) to the quake-hit Kermanshah, the provincial governor of the western Iranian province said. 
“About 53,560 billion rials ($1.21 billion) in facilities (government loans) have been allocated to the people of quake-stricken areas of Kermanshah since the beginning of earthquake relief work, a significant part of which has been paid out,” Houshang Bazvand added. 
He put the damage inflicted on the infrastructures of the province at 12,410 billion rials ($282.04 million).  
 

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