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South Africa minibus crash kills 20 children

Al Jazeera Friday, 21 April 2017
Van packed with kids collides with truck 70km outside the capital Pretoria, killing and trapping many students inside.
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News video: 20 children killed in bus crash in South Africa

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At least 20 schoolchildren have been killed after their minibus collided with a truck in South Africa, according to emergency services. Emergency services tweeted photographs of the badly damaged minibus, which they said exploded into a ball of fire after the crash. Several other pupils were injured...

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