Bus crash in Bulgaria takes lives

In Bulgaria, 46 people have died in the crash of a bus, which burnt on highway, British public broadcaster BBC reports.
The tragic accident took place on the night to Tuesday, November 23, in western Bulgaria near the village of Bosnek. According to Bulgarian officials, children were among the victims and seven people have been taken to hospital with burns.
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Reuters news agency cited North Macedonian Foreign Affairs Minister Bujar Osmani as saying that the bus was on its way back to the North Macedonian capital Skopje from a weekend holiday trip to the Turkish city of Istanbul.
The reasons behind the crash and the fire are under investigation. Local reports pointed to a possible collision with a curb or a guardrail on the major Struma motorway, which has now been sealed off, BBC reports.