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Thirteen dead in Turkey bus crash

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Thirteen people including children were killed and 20 others injured on Tuesday (Mar 13) when a Turkish passenger bus burst into flames after colliding with a truck in northern Anatolia, state media reported.

The bus, which was travelling from Istanbul to the northern city of Tokat, hit the truck on a motorway in Corum province early in the morning.


-Reuters, Istanbul

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