Iran earthquake relief now concentrating on survivors
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.