Road accidents in the South Asian nation kill thousands every year because of lax enforcement of traffic law, bad road condition and poor signalling system.
Police say at least 25 people have killed when a passenger bus plunged into a ravine on Indonesia's Sumatra island after its brakes apparently malfunctioned.
At least 35 people were killed and 27 others wounded in western Afghanistan when the bus they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb, officials say, a day after the UN warned civilians were dying at "shocking" levels in the war-torn country.
Driver lost control of steering wheel, vehicle plunges off-road in Van province, killing 15 migrants and injuring over 20 others, says Van province governor.
A semi-truck and a bus carrying passengers back from a pilgrimage to a Catholic shrine crashed and burst into flames in eastern Mexico.
A Pakistani official says gunmen have ambushed a bus and killed 14 passengers after forcing them off the vehicle on a highway in the country's southwest.
The fire erupted at the Fiori terminal in Lima's populous northern San Martin de Porres district injuring at least eight people.
Jaish al Adl militant group claimed responsibility for the roadside bomb attack against Iran's revolutionary guards in which several others were also wounded.
The bus carrying dozens of passengers was heading from the southern city of Karachi to Panjgur district, when it crashed with an oil tanker in Lasbela district in southwestern Balochistan province.
The bus was travelling from Nairobi to the western town of Kakamega and carrying 52 passengers.
Deteriorating roads make it difficult for people to keep their vehicles clean, providing an opportunity for some women to capitalise on the situation. They now offer car washing services along the muddy and dusty roads of the capital city, Harare.
The bus carrying 46 passengers and two drivers burst into flames following a collision with a the trailer of a truck near the Bavarian town of Stammbach in Germany.
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