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The director of Darbandakhan Dam reveals that the dam was severely damaged and confirms: We continue

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The director of Darbandakhan Dam reveals that the dam was severely damaged and confirms: We continue

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 3:37 am

The director of Darbandakhan Dam reveals that the dam was severely damaged and confirms: We continue to evaluate it

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The director of the Derbandikhan dam, Rehman Khani, revealed on Tuesday that the dam of Derbandikhan was severely damaged by the earthquake that struck Iraq on Sunday, while the competent teams are still evaluating the damage to the dam.

"Some dams have been visible in the dam, but what is important to us is to know how badly the dam's infrastructure has been damaged by the earthquake," Khani told Iraq News, adding that the dam had been severely damaged by the earthquake that hit Iraq on Sunday. "He said.

"The teams are still evaluating the damage," he said.

On Sunday, the Meteorological and Seismological Commission announced an earthquake in the Penjwin area southeast of Sulaymaniyah, indicating that the tremor had hit 7.2 Richter and spread to all of Iraq's provinces.

The Minister of Water Resources Hassan al-Janabi said Sunday that the earthquake caused slippage in the mountain next to the Darbandakhan dam. Stones and rubble fell in the dam waterway and some neighboring houses collapsed. Finished 2




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