<
Monday, July 28, 2014 10:26
Home

earthquake

Earthquake in southern Iran leaves locals with little shelter

An earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale hit the southern Iranian province of Hormozgan on Thursday at 6:43 AM local time. » read more

Damage estimates released after Berazjan quake

The head of Crisis Management in Iran says preliminary estimates indicate that the Berazjan earthquake left behind damage totaling about 730 million rials. » read more

Bushehr Nuclear Plant unharmed by quake

The International Atomic Energy Agency has confirmed that the recent earthquake in Bushehr did not harm the Bushehr Nuclear Plant. » read more

Earthquake kills at least eight in southwestern Iran

An earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter scale shook Berazjan in the southwestern Iranian province of Bushehr on Thursday at 5 PM local time. » read more

Iran’s neighbours fear nuclear plant in quake zone

Reuters reports that Arab Gulf states are calling for greater assurances from Iran about the safety of the Bushehr Nuclear Plant, which is located in an earthquake-prone region. » read more

Shiraz shaken by keenly felt quake

Shiraz was rocked by an earthquake measuring 4.4 on the Richter scale at 3:10 AM today, Monday May 13. » read more

Southern port city revisited by quake, aftershocks

Jask Port in Hormozgan province was shaken by another earthquake measured at 6.2 on the Richter scale, and official reports say the quake left one person dead, 17 injured and 400 buildings damaged. » read more

Earthquake strikes port in Hormozgan province

The Geophysics Institute of Tehran University reports that an earthquake measuring five on the Richter scale has hit Jask Port in the southern province of Hormozgan. » read more

Two more quakes strike in Iran

An earthquake that measured 4 on the Richter scale shook the city of Shanbeh in Bushehr Province in southwestern Iran. » read more

More quakes felt in six Iranian provinces

Earthquakes measuring between 3 and 5 on the Richter scale have rocked six Iranian provinces since 11 PM last night, April 19, stretching into the early hours of today, Saturday. » read more