Japanese couple in Kermanshah to help quake-hit people

The Japanese couple Jonko Ozawa and Fumiaki Nakamura who were in Kurdestan, western Iran at the time of quake are now giving aids to quake-hit people.

The couple who are masseurs are helping Iranian doctors to facilitate the process of giving medical aids to those who were injured. 

It is worth noting that a six-member German group from Humedica international aid entered Sarpol-e Zahab town, Kermanshah province.

A 7.3-magnitude earthquake shook the western province of Kermanshah and the regions bordering Iraq on Sunday night. The quake was felt in some neighboring countries as well.

Based on the latest statistics, at least 436 people have been reported killed and over 10,000 injured in quake-stricken areas in Iran.
 

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