Iran Government Criticized Over Earthquake Response

Iran Earthquake

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's government faced criticism on Monday over its response to two earthquakes that killed 306 people, with complaints of a lack of tents and about President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's decision to go ahead with an overseas trip.

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