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Bulgaria Assembly Backs Reshuffle Aimed At Calming Outcry Over Crash

SOFIA – Bulgaria’s parliament on Thursday backed a cabinet reshuffle aimed at quelling a public outcry over a fatal bus accident that killed 17 people,...

As Petrol Prices Sky-rocket Indians Look For Ways To Ease The Pain

NEW DELHI – Many Indians are switching off air conditioners in cars and going to gas pumps across state borders in a bid to save money, as petrol prices across the...

Beijing Allocates More Roads For Self-driving Vehicle Tests

HONG KONG – China’s capital city has designated 11 more roads for self-driving vehicle testing, state news agency Xinhua said on Wednesday, to try to speed...

Hyundai Signs Deal To Sell 1000 Hydrogen-powered Trucks In Switzerland

SEOULSEOUL – Hyundai Motor said on Wednesday it will sell 1,000 hydrogen-powered trucks in Switzerland over the next five years through a new tie-up, betting the...

At Least 20 Killed In Mali After Truck Falls Into River

BAMAKO – At least 20 people were killed in central Mali when a truck fell into a river after a suspected brake failure, the Malian government said on Wednesday....

Volvo Shows Off Self-driving Electric Truck With No Cab

BERLIN – Sweden’s Volvo, the world’s second-biggest truck maker, presented a new self-driving electric truck on Wednesday, which it said should help...

Ethiopia Eritrea Reopen Border Points For First Time In 20 Years

ADDIS ABABA – The leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea re-opened crossing points on their shared border on Tuesday for the first time in 20 years, clearing the way for...

Nigerian Gas Tanker Explosion Kills At Least 35

ABUJA – At least 35 people were killed on Monday and hundreds injured when a gas tanker exploded in northern Nigerian state of Nasarawa and started a blaze, the...

Eritrea Plans To Upgrade Key Road To Ethiopia State Tv

ADDIS ABABA – Eritrea plans to improve its transport connections with Ethiopia by upgrading a road that stretches from its port in Assab to a town across the...

Three Bulgarian Ministers Sacked After Fatal Bus Crash

SOFIA – Bulgaria’s prime minister sacked three ministers on Friday over a bus accident in which 17 people died, saying politicians needed to take...