The bus tumbled down a cliff and ambulances, fire department and teams from Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD) were dispatched to the scene. Governor of Mugla province Amir Cicek said that the brakes of the bus "may have malfunctioned" and that an investigation was underway to ascertain the cause of the accident, Reuters reported citing NTV television.
Clark also appeared to be doing her best to woo the Green Party supporters and its three members of the legislature, including leader Andrew Weaver. "And they reminded us tonight that we are far from ideal", Clark said, adding that she was willing to work with the other parties to govern.
We would want to commend the government for securing the release of 82 additional Chibok girls from captivity. But he told the local Channels television station: "One said, "No, I have a husband". Mrs. Buhari advised the girls that apart from their education they should also learn a trade in order to empower themselves. But it was the mass kidnapping of 276 girls in April 2014 that horrified the world and brought the extremist group global attention.
Earlier this month, South Korean officials said the THAAD system was already operating, and experts say it will be extremely hard now for Moon to ask Washington to withdraw it. But Abe also said "dialogue for dialogue's sake would be meaningless" and he called on North Korea to demonstrate "sincere and concrete action", Hagiuda said, adding that Moon shared Abe's views.
The suspect has been identified and Arkansas State Police negotiators are trying to make contact with him inside a home where he is reportedly holding two people hostage. Yell County Sheriff Bill Gilkey said Mainhart was respected among his colleagues and was a leader. Authorities allege that Bowden shot and killed the deputy during the traffic stop.
The attacks apparently exploited a flaw exposed in documents leaked from the US National Security Agency (NSA). The cyberattack was initially believed to target only hospitals in the United Kingdom, but it turned out to be a worldwide attack, British Prime Minister Theresa May said.