Iran is prone to near daily quakes as it sits on many major fault lines.
As a result of the natural disaster, 138 people were injured in Iran, the figure may increase, the dead data is not yet available, a source in the Iranian Red Crescent told RIA Novosti. "Electricity has been cut in some villages and rescue teams have been dispatched to those areas", TV reported.
Iranian social media was abuzz Sunday night with posts of people evacuating their homes, particularly in Kermanshah and Ghasr-e Shirin, where injured people were thought to be buried under the rubble. Two more people were killed in Kalar, according to the director of the hospital in the town about 70km south of Darbandikhan.
Do not forget to 'fall back' this weekend!
Since 2007, Daylight Saving Time begins in most states on the second Sunday of March and ends in November on the first Sunday. If you use a cell phone as your alarm clock, it will most likely change the time automatically.
Google's new Android app
If you once knew that the app must've cost something, then the one listed was given for free, you should start to get suspicious. Given the popularity of this neat app, Google has expanded the availability of the beta on the Play Store .
Penn State student-athletes victorious in the classroom
This year's change was marked by a 3 percent increase from last year for African-American athletes, to 77 percent from 74 percent. Statistics represent students that began their studies during the 2010-11 academic year.
NYPD gathering evidence for possible Weinstein arrest
The Manhattan district attorney's office has a senior prosecutor assigned to investigate de la Huerta's rape claims, AP reported. After that, de la Huerta says Weinstein continued to call her and eventually showed up in the lobby of her building in December.
Roma 3-0 Chelsea: Roma run rampant in the Stadio Olimpico
Tuesday's match is a landmark for Fabregas, who makes his 100th Champions League appearance in the Stadio Olimpico. Chelsea will need to regroup quickly with Manchester United and Jose Mourinho visiting Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Elliott suspension back on after injunction denied
Elliott was in court and the denial of the injunction makes him ineligible in Sunday's game at Atlanta. The NFL Players Association has reportedly told ESPN that Elliott will not play "while we argue".