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13 Sep
The explosion hit a convoy carrying supplies in the north of the country, an area where Islamist militants have escalated attacks in recent years.
31 Dec 2021
The greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Such is the case of 19-year-old fawaz, winner of this year's Oshodi chess competition. A school drop-out, former bus conductor, and street hawker.
19 Jul 2021
Thirty people were killed and 74 injured when a passenger bus and truck collided in Punjab province early on Monday morning, rescue and hospital officials said. Rescue officials said the accident occurred when a bus was in collision with a container truck at about 5.40 am (0040 GMT) in Dera Ghazi Khan district 466 km (289 miles) south east of Lahore.
4 Jul 2021
Cyclones Idai, Chalane and Eloise caused severe damage to schools in Beira, destroying about 1,000 classrooms. The municipality is now using repurposed buses, or "machimbombos", as classrooms. Five of them are in a Beira elementary school.
31 Jan 2021
Ultra-Orthodox Jews (or Haredis) torch a bus after clashes erupted between police and protesters in the Israeli city of Bnei Brak as authorities enforced virus restrictions in religious communities. The Israeli government decided to extend the country's coronavirus lockdown to the end of the month after a spike in infections, despite an intensive vaccination campaign.
16 Nov 2020
Dozens of people have been killed in "gruesome attack" in western Ethiopia, the national human rights body said. The area has seen a spate of deadly assaults on civilians along with a worsening conflict in the north.
8 Aug 2019
They are everywhere, energetic and sometimes hyperactive. If you use public transport in Lagos every day, you would have seen them. Bus conductors are an integral part of the city.
9 Jul 2017
Container crushes commercial bus,killing five people in Ojota.
10 Jun 2017
A passenger vehicle swerved and flipped across a Japanese highway Saturday and crashed into a bus in the oncoming lane, killing the car's driver and injuring 45 people in the bus.

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