17 killed, 36 injured in Morocco bus crash Dec 03, 2019 0 525 12345 Rabat: A bus crash in northern Morocco killed 17 people as the vehicle overturned, the health ministry said on Monday, in the second such accident in North Africa the same day.The bus crashed on Sunday near Taza, a town between the Rif and Atlas mountains, local authorities said, with the cause of the accident unclear. The ministry told AFP the death toll had risen to 17, while 36 others were injured.An investigation was opened into the accident at Taza, 120 kilometres (75 miles) east of Fez, authorities said. (AFP) Pages 12 RELATED ARTICLES Israel’s Netanyahu given until January 1 to request immunity Dec 03, 2019 0 197 DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE IN KUWAIT Dec 03, 2019 0 230 Iran the common villain in Middle East protests: Pompeo Dec 03, 2019 0 175 30 killed across Syria as violence escalates AFP Maaret al-Numan, Syria Air strikes killed 19 civilians on Monday in Syria’s last major opposition bastion, the site of the deadliest clashes between regime forces and armed groups since an August ceasefire came into .. Demonstrator killed in new anti-UN protest in DR Congo Beni: A young man was killed and five other people were wounded on Monday in a new protest against UN forces in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), an AFP reporter saw. Demonstrations have erupted in the city of .. Burkina Faso begins military operation after church attack Ouagadougou: Security forces on Monday launched a military search operation after 14 people were killed in a “barbaric attack” on a Protestant church in Burkina Faso’s east, authorities said. Security personnel were .. Air strikes in Libyan capital kill five, says govt health ministry Tripoli: At least five civilians were killed and 10 wounded in overnight air strikes in a suburb of Libya’s capital, the unity government’s health ministry said on Monday. “Violent air raids on the residential area of .. S Sudan compound attacked by gunmen Juba: An international aid organisation said on Monday that a group of armed men had stormed their compound in northeastern South Sudan, assaulting and injuring five staff members. Relief International said the attack .. Iran unrest killed ‘at least 208’: Amnesty International AFP LondoN At least 208 people are believed to have been killed during a crackdown on protests in Iran last month that followed a sharp fuel price hike, Amnesty International said on Monday. “The number of people believed .. Iraq parties in talks over new PM amid unrelenting protests AFP Baghdad Iraq’s rival parties were negotiating the contours of a new government on Monday, after the previous cabinet was brought down by a two-month protest movement insisting on even more deep-rooted change. After ..