‘Red’ sky worries Iran as sandstorms wreak havoc

Agence France-Presse: Iranians are worried by crippling air pollution as "unprecedented" sandstorms mostly originating from neighbouring Iraq hit 20 provinces, forcing the shutdown of schools and government offices. The blinding sandstorms hit western, central and southern provinces on Wednesday due to winds blowing at high speed, considerably reducing visibility to as low as 50 metres (yards) in some cities. "Unprecedented sandstorms which entered from west are the most violent storms that have ever reached Iran,"......

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