*WRONG ASPECT RATIO AT SOURCE* *BUG AT SOURCE* A 5.2-magnitude earthquake struck the southwestern Iranian provinces of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad on Wednesday, injuring over 100 according to the IRNA news agency. The epicentre of the earthquake was the city of Sisakht. Several buildings were reportedly damaged in the provincial capital Yasuj. «The house suddenly shook and everything... Еще that we owned fell down,» said one Yasuj local. According to head of Iran’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Pir Hossein Kolivand, the earthquake struck at 08:38 (GMT+4:30) on Wednesday morning and has injured at least 76 people. A 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck the northern border region between Iran and Iraq in November, leaving more than 500 people dead and injuring thousands more.