The airline, local company Busy Bee, said there were 16 passengers and two crew members on board the plane that crashed into a residential neighbourhood in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Driver lost control of steering wheel, vehicle plunges off-road in Van province, killing 15 migrants and injuring over 20 others, says Van province governor.
Investigators have recovered both black boxes from the Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 that crashed just outside Addis Ababa on Sunday, killing all 157 on board.
The bus was travelling from Nairobi to the western town of Kakamega and carrying 52 passengers.
At least three people were injured in what the witnesses described as a deliberate crash. The area was the site of a terror attack in March 2017 when a man ploughed a car into crowds, killing four people.
The injuries in the crash in Pretoria range from minor to critical, according to Russel Meiring, a spokesman for paramedic company ER24.
Two pilots were killed when a Russian helicopter crashed in Syria, news agencies reported citing Russia's defence ministry. Meanwhile, over 800 opposition rebels and their families were bussed out of Homs following Moscow-backed evacuation deal.
Algeria's Defence Ministry said that those killed included 247 passengers and 10 crew members. Among the victims were 26 members of the Western Saharan Polisario independence movement.
The US-Bangla Airlines plane, with 67 passengers and four crew on board, was arriving from Dhaka when it crashed into a football field near Kathmandu airport on Monday.
At least 254 people were also injured after the passenger train derailed and crashed into a truck before bursting into flames near Kroonstad, 200 km southwest of Johannesburg.
The aircraft crashed into a river in Australia, police say, with the cause of the accident still under investigation.
More than 100 were injured. State television, citing transport ministry officials, reported that the crash in northern Egypt was probably caused by a malfunction in one of the trains that brought it to a halt on the rails.
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