Out of the 16 victims, 14 were from African countries further south and two were Algerians, according to local media.
Collison of minibus and truck in KwaZulu-Natal province leaves 16 children dead, officials say, with local media reporting a higher toll of 19 children and three adults.
A minibus was almost completely flattened by two trucks near the village of Nikolayevka, with one truck colliding with it from the opposite direction and another hitting it from behind, local media showed.
At least 35 people killed and dozens were injured in two separate road accidents in Türkiye, the latest of which occurred when a truck collided with first responders in Mardin's Derik district.
The bus was travelling from Cairo when it turned over and was hit by the truck on a road in the southern province of Assiut, 320 kilometres south of Cairo.
A large goods transport vehicle hit three other vehicles at high speed, including two buses, due to a braking system failure in the city of Goma, the local mayor said.
The accident took place around dawn Tuesday as the bus, with 48 passengers, was heading from the Amazon rainforest city of Puerto Maldonado to the highland city of Cusco.
Police say another 15 people were hurt when a bus on educational tour plunged down a mountainous slope and rolled about 1,640 feet in western Nepal.
Fully loaded truck crashes into van on a cross-country highway near the town of Khairpur, about 1,040 km south of the capital, Islamabad.
32 schoolchildren, believed to be aged between 12 and 13, were killed in the crash in the northern region of Arusha.
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