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-by Ahmad Moeini Jam 11/14/17 - Iran's state-run IRNA news agency said at least 430 people were reported dead and 7,000 others injured. Court Allows Ban On Some Travelers From Iran, Other Countries To Take U. President Donald Trump signing his original executive order on travel - A U. appeals court is allowing President Donald Trump's latest executive order barring certain travelers from Iran and five other predominantly Muslim countries to take effect.Many of the victims were in Sarpol-e-Zahab in Iran's Kermanshah province. Geological Survey said quake was centered near the town of Halabja in Iraq's Kurdistan region and was felt as far away as Turkey and Israel. The ruling on November 13 upholds the part of Trump's September 24 order which bars entry by people from Iran and the other countries if they do not have close connections in the United States.- Frustration is boiling over as earthquake survivors sleep outside in freezing temperatures, waiting for much-needed aid to reach devastated areas of Iran. Iranian weighlifter Kianoush Rostami, Olympic gold medal winner in Rio 2016, has also said he is going to auction his medal to give the money to the people who were affected by the earthquake. 11/15/17 - Paralympic Games gold medal winner in shooting Sareh Javanmardi is going to sell her medal to raise money for the victims of Sunday's earthquake which left at least 500 people dead in Iran.Iraq's Interior Ministry put the death toll there at seven people with 500 injured. 11/14/17Residents of Region Devastated by 7.3 Magnitude Earthquake in Iran Still Waiting for Aid - A reporter in Iran's Kurdistan Province, hit by a 7.3 magnitude earthquake on November 12, 2017, told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) that aid had not reached some of the most devastated villages and towns almost a full day after the earthquake had hit."The Kouyek villages were completely leveled and no one had gone there to help 20 hours after the quake," said the reporter, who requested anonymity for security reasons, on November 13.
11/14/17 - According to latest reports by Mehr News Agency, death toll for the devastating 7.3 magnitude earthquake on Iraq-Iran border has risen to 530, with 7460 reported as injured.But in the midst of the death and destruction, baby girl Ava was born on the second day after the quake in Sarpol-e Zahab, the Iranian city that suffered the most during the quake.Ava was born at the army field hospital setup in Sarpol-e Zahab, and she and brought cheers and smiles to everyone present at the tent.The Shah wanted it to give the image of a booming and international Iran.Judging from the construction, Kish Island could be the next Miami, including skyscrapers, palm trees, palaces and beaches.