Coincidence or not, things aren’t going so well for Iran as it’s feud with the US is on the rise. The Middle Eastern country has already retaliated as promised, the killing of its top military General Qasim Soleiman by a US airstrike in Bagdad, the Iraqi capital.
Shortly after its retaliatory attack targeted at US military bases in Iraq, News soon broke that a Ukrainian own Boeing 737-800 Airplane leaving the Iranian capital Tehran, had crashed
near Tehran’s Imam Khomeini International Airport, claiming over 170 lives in the process
But that isn’t the end of a seemingly tragic year for Iran, as a magnitude 4.9 earthquake has reportedly hit the country early Wednesday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The quake according to report by Fox News, struck in the southwestern part of the country near the Bushehr nuclear plant.
Dozens of mourners had also lost their lives on Tuesday during a stampede at Suleiman’s funeral, state media reported.
There is no evidence that the earthquake or the plane crash were related to the confrontations between the two countries.
There have been no reported injuries or damage from the latest quake