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Iraq's Interior Ministry said seven people in the country's self-ruled northern Kurdish region also died as a result of the earthquake and 321 people were injured.Mojtaba Nikkerdar of Iran's Kermanshah province in the hours after the quake said "there are still people under the rubble"."We hope the number of dead and injured won't rise too much, but it will rise," he said.Women are forced to comply with the hijab law or face harsh penalties like imprisonment and lashing for being seen as amoral and un-Islamic.Despite strict circumstances, women in Iran rebel in many ways: wearing white on Wednesdays to express dissent, encouraging tourists to forgo local norms in protest, and even going out sans head wrapping in defiance of the restrictive laws.Iran is a world leader in sex change operations that became legal in the Islamic Republic after the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini ruled in 1979 that they were admissible.For women in Iran, gender is a constant point of political tension.Sharifi accused Iranian football’s governing body of being responsible for the “unethical” cock up.Soccer is a popular sport in Iran with well established men’s and women’s leagues.
we are worried about remote villages," Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said.
The quake's epicentre was in Penjwin in the north-western Sulaimaniyah province, within the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region very close to the Iranian border, according to an Iraqi meteorology official.
The electricity was cut off in several Iranian and Iraqi cities, and fears of aftershocks sent thousands of people in both countries out onto the streets and parks in cold weather.
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