In Afghanistan, over 50 people were killed in a traffic accident along a highway in northern province of Samangan. Police said that a long distance bus collided with an oil truck on a bridge in the yesterday evening.

The bus plunged into a 20-meter deep ravine after the crash, leaving over 50 persons dead and one dozen others injured, a highway police source told Xinhua. The bus was traveling from Mazar-i-Sharif city, capital of northern Balkh province, to Kabul. Earlier, police said that the initial reports showed 24 were killed and 21 others got wounded by the accident.

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