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Magnitude 6.2 earthquake hits Iran

TEHRAN: A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck Iran's southeastern province of Kerman on Tuesday, the Iranian seismological centre reported, though media said there were no immediate reports of damage. "The rescue teams present in the region have not reported any casualties or damage yet," the head of rescue operations for the Red Crescent, Morteza Salimi, told state broadcaster IRINN half an hour after the quake. Read More: Scientists warn of big earthquakes in 2018 The earthquake struck at 12:13 pm (0843 GMT) and was…