Earthquake kills more than 400 in Iran and Iraq

An Iranian woman grieves after her loved ones were killed during Saturday's earthquake at the village of Bajebaj near the city of Varzaqan in northwestern Iran. Photo: AP Photo / ISNA, Arash Khamoushi

The 7.3 magnitude earthquake that hit the border of Iran and Iraq this weekend has taken the lives of 452, per CNN, and more than 7,000 people injured.

The details: Most of those killed were in Iran, although 7 are reported dead in the Kurdish region of Iraq. The center of the earthquake was outside Halabja, Iraq, per the AP, which is the same city where Saddam Hussein's regime killed about 5,000 people with a chemical weapons attack in 1988.