Iranian President Hassan Rouhani decried the “unprecedented crime” of banning the delivery of foreign relief for flood victims in Iran and for the country’s Red Crescent Society.
Germany’s ambassador to Tehran said his country is going to provide disaster relief aid for Iran by delivering boats and safety equipment in the wake of recent floods.
The Iranian Army, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and the Basij voluntary forces have taken a big role in the rescue and relief efforts across the areas hit by floods in the wake of heavy rainfall over the past days.
Record rainfall continued to batter Iran on Monday, causing serious flooding in many areas in the western provinces and forcing thousands to leave their homes.
Iran international striker Sardar Azmoun, who scored a brace for high-flying Zenit Saint Petersburg, dedicated his goals to the Iranian people who lost their lives in the Golestan Province.
Flash flooding killed at least four people, including a child, in the western Iranian province of Lorestan.
Pope Francis expressed his sorrow for the loss of lives, injuries and damages caused by flash floods in Iran.
The spokesman for the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said the IRCG Navy has deployed medium and heavy engineering machinery to the city of Shiraz and the province of Golestan as part of its ongoing rescue efforts in north and south of Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani expressed regret over the loss of lives in recent floods in the country, stressing the all official, armed forces and relief agencies are working round the clock to address problems caused by the flooding.
Torrential rain in Italy triggered flooding that killed at least six people Sunday in the Tuscan port of Leghorn, including a family of four who were trapped by rising water in a basement. Two other people were reported missing. Strong winds toppled trees and parked cars were nearly submerged by floodwaters that left the streets […]