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Iran earthquake relief now concentrating on survivors

12 August 2012 Last updated at 17:35 BST

The authorities in Iran say their main focus after Saturday's devastating earthquakes is to provide food and shelter to thousands of survivors.

More than 300 people died and a further 2,000 were injured when two earthquakes struck towns and villages around the north-western city of Tabriz.

Relief agencies are providing survivors with tents, bread and drinking water.

The BBC's Mohsen Asgari reports from the Iranian capital Tehran.

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