Road accidents are frequent in Bangladesh due to old and badly maintained vehicles and roads, as well as poorly trained drivers.
The accident occurred overnight in Rahim Yar Khan, a district in Pakistan's eastern province of Punjab.
Bus carrying 60 passengers, including unknown number of Haitians, veers off the road in Piura region, leaving 24 people dead and unknown number injured, officials say.
Early investigations suggest the crash, which left 40 dead and at least 78 injured, occurred when a public bus punctured a tire and collided with another bus coming from the opposite direction.
Footage from the scene posted by local authorities showed a bus with heavy damage in the front half apparently from the crash with the back of the truck.
There was a total of 49 passengers onboard, according to Russian authorities.
At least 46 people, including 12 children, were burned to death after a bus caught fire on a highway south of the Bulgarian capital.
The bus fell all the way to the bottom of a 400-metre ravine, leaving bodies scattered across the slopes of a hill in the desert region, press reports say.
The accident occurred at an unmanned railway crossing close to the city of Sheikhupura in Pakistan's largest province, Punjab.
Bolivia has a sorry record when it comes to highway safety, and crashes involving buses travelling at night are common.
Pictures and video footage shared online and posted on the websites of private radio stations showed the mangled remains of the bus with its seats scattered in the bed of a river.
"Fourteen deaths were reported at the scene of the accident, 33 injured were transferred to the hospital in Villa del Rosario, where four of them died," police said after a crash in Zulia state which borders Colombia.
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