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VI-20170912-59820-IRN - Vehicle Accident - Iran - Middle-East

Eleven were killed and 28 others injured after a bus rolled over into a valley in Jajrood, northeast Tehran. The incident happened at 2:30 a.m local time Tuesday when the driver of the bus lost control and the vehicle plunged into a 50-meter deep valley, IRIB reported. According to road police officials, initial investigations show mechanical failure was the main cause of the accident....

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TC-20170912-59819-USA - Tropical Storm - USA - North-America

Tropical Storm Irma has left at least one person dead in South Carolina as it continued to assault the Southeast with damaging winds and flooding rain Monday. Officials said one person has died in the Palmetto State from the effects of Irma. In Calhoun Falls, 57-year-old Charles Saxon was killed by a falling limb as he worked outside to clear storm debris at about 3 p.m. Monday, Abbeville County Coroner Ronnie Ashley told the Associated Press. He died at the scene, the report added. Nearly 273,000 were left without power due to the storm Monday, the Post and Courier reports. A majority of the ......

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CO-20170912-59816-AUS - Event into space - Australia - Australia - New-Zealand

Reports of a meteor falling on a far north Queensland beach have forced police to reassure locals they were never at risk from a tsunami. Police were inundated with panicked calls from people in Cairns and nearby Yarrabah on Monday night, expressing concern that a meteor may have fallen to earth and sparked a tsunami. Local officers had to call the police media unit and ask them to issue social media posts saying there was no threat. "Residents around Yarrabah and #Cairns area there is no tsunami threat in place," police posted on Facebook and Twitter. Some Facebook users seemed baffled by ......

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HZ-20170911-59814-CZE - HAZMAT - Czech Republic - Europe

Twenty-six people were evacuated from their homes in an apartment building in Prague 10 on Sunday night. Police, including pyrotechnics and other specialists were called by the family of a military items collector, worried about a device in his home being a possible landmine. On closer inspection, the item was revealed to be an alternator, but investigators found large amount of munitions and a radioactive item. Two other sites, in or near the town of Roztoky, were also searched. Police have not released additional details about the radioactive find....

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VI-20170911-59815-IND - Vehicle Accident - India - Asia

At least three persons were killed and more than 20 others injured in a road accident in the eastern Indian state of Odisha, police said on Monday. "The accident occurred when a private bus in which the victims were travelling collided head-on with a speeding oil tanker on national highway 57 near Sarua in Khurda district, some 40 km from state capital Bhubaneshwar," a senior police official said. While three passengers of the bus died on the spot, those injured have been admitted to the the district headquarters hospital by local resident, the official said. "Out of 20 injured, the condition ......

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