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Photo Essay: Azarbaijan Earthquake by Ali Kaveh

Iranian women grieve for their families lost during the earthquakes in Azarbaijan in August 2012. The twin earthquakes measuring 6.2 and 6.3 on the Richter scale struck the provincial cities of Ahar and Varzeqan in the north-eastern province of Azarbaijan. This disaster damaged more than 230 villages, at least 260 people were killed and over 3,000 injured.

Corpses of a family killed in the earthquakes in Azarbaijan.

Victims' bodies were wrapped in blankets.

The ruins of the Baje-Baj village.

A boy sits next to the remaining furniture of his ruined home.

Baje-Baj, a village that was completely destroyed in the earthquakes.

A woman and her son who lost their home in the earthquakes eat dinner in a donor tent.

Night time at a camp set up for the victims of the earthquake.

Azarbaijan Earthquake by Ali Kaveh won the Runner-Up award in CLICK ABOUT IT, an international photography competition organised by the European Journalism Centre.

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