Tunisia president vows safer roads after crashes claim 26 lives
[Africanews - Africa] - 2/12/2019
Tunisia’s president is promising to improve his country’s poor road safety record after 26 people were killed in a bus crash — and then a car transporting one of the bodies was reportedly hit by a train. The Health Ministry on Monday raised the death toll to 26 from the accident when a bus (...)... Article published by "Africanews" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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