Qasr-E Shirin


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Qasr-E Shirin

 

a city in southwestern Iran, located in the ostan (province) of Kermanshahan, near the border with Iraq, on the Tehran-Baghdad highway. Population, 16, 000. Qasr-e Shirin is an important trade and transportation center of a petroleum-producing region.

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Sixty-seven days after the earthquake, only 40 percent of those affected by the earthquake in Kermanshah have received makeshift houses, which are not good enough for the cold," Farhad Tajari, deputy for Qasr-e Shirin, a town on the border with Iraq, told the Majlis.
4-magnitude quake rocked Sumar District, Qasr-e Shirin County, Kermanshah Province, west Iran, near the borders with Iraq, on Friday evening.
Joint military drills will be held by the Iranian Armed Forces and certain units of the Iraqi Army at the joint borders and bordering points, including Qasr-e Shirin to Parviz Khan, Bashmaq in Marivan and Tamarchin in Piranshahr in the next few days, General Jazzayeri said.
07 Imam Khomeini teaching hospital with evaluating rate of 1, and the lowest rate [amount] of mortality in 1384, 1385, 1386 was respectively in health network hospitals of Harsin [Shohada Hospital], Gilangharb [Zahra Hospital] and Qasr-e Shirin [Hazrat Abolfazl] with evaluation rate of 1,2,3.
4 magnitude earthquake struck the town of Qasr-e Shirin, the capital of Kermanshah province, western Iran near its border with Iraq on Friday morning.
He went on to say that the Parviz Khan border crossing in the western city of Qasr-e Shirin was the most active entry port, through which 1.
The fire broke out on Saturday morning in an oil well at the Naft Shahr border region for unknown reasons," Bahram Teimouri, governor of Qasr-e Shirin in Kermanshah province, told IRNA.
After talks in the Iranian border town of Qasr-e Shirin, he expressed hope that "existing misunderstandings" would be resolved through the implementation of border agreements dating back to 1975, IRIB said, without giving details.
1 on Richter scale jolted the city of Qasr-e Shirin in Iran's western Province of Kermanshah on Friday, Iranian authorities said.
Heavy damage was inflicted on the historical structures of Qasr-e Shirin, Dalahou and Sar Pol-e Zahab counties, but the Behistun Inscription and Taq-e Bostan, Kermanshah province's major attractions, remained unscathed, the news service reported.
1 on Richter scale jolts the city of Qasr-e Shirin in Iran's western Province of Kermanshah on Friday, Iranian authorities say.
Ahmad-Reza Pourdastan (photo) said they came from such cities as Naftshahr and Qasr-e Shirin, which are in Iran's Kurdish area.