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Driver killed, 18 hurt in Denver airport school bus crash

They are also studying the bus for mechanical problems. - A pickup truck driver and a few students on a school bus were injured in a crash Tuesday morning in Polk County. The driver's identity hasn't been released. The bus, one of three carrying team members and coaches, had just picked up passengers when it "inexplicably" circled back to the airport and crashed into a concrete pillar, The Post reported.


Morocco Takes Note of Re-election of Gabon's Pres. Ali Bongo Ondimba

Morocco Takes Note of Re-election of Gabon's Pres. Ali Bongo Ondimba

Ping vowed Saturday that he would not back down, and he called on his supporters to mobilize. Opposition candidate Jean Ping vowed to not back down from his pursuit of the presidency hours after the constitutional court upheld the victory of incumbent President Ali Bongo Ondimba, whose family has been in power for almost half a century.



Obama vetoes 9/11 bill; possible override by Congress looms

Hoyer echoed concerns by the White House that the United States could too be subject to lawsuits from foreign actors as a result of the bill. New concerns on investor visas Dem to support spending bill despite no Flint aid MORE (R-Ky.) this week said the upper chamber, initially expected to begin its recess by the end of the week, will be back in order to vote on overriding Obama's veto.



Trump calls for racial unity, embraces 'stop and frisk'

Thursday morning Donald Trump said he was not surprised to see rioting in Charlotte over the past 2 days following the deadly police shooting of a Black man, and called for law and order in the nation's cities and for a return to "stop and frisk" practices, particularly in Chicago, where shooting deaths have spiked in the a year ago.



Uri revenge? India likely to revisit 1960 Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan

Policy-makers are not enthusiastic about scrapping the treaty that has stood the test of time, including the wars of 1965, 1971 and the 1999 Kargil standoff besides the Kashmir insurgency since 1990. "Terrorists are making innocent children as their shield in Kashmir", he said. In February this year, shortly after the attack in Pampore, Jammu and Kashmir, a diplomat belonging to a "friendly" country delicately asked an unusual question.



Syria meeting breaks up without plan to restore truce

The United States and Russian Federation failed to agree on how to revive a short-lived ceasefire in Syria during what the U.N. Syria mediator called a "long, painful, hard and disappointing" meeting on Thursday. The conflict in Syria has cost more than 300,000 lives since 2011, during which time more than half the population was uprooted from their homes.