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Onlookers and rescuers gather around a bus that crashed in Jagtial district in India's southern Telangana state on September 11, 2018. A bus carrying pilgrims from a temple in southern India on September 11 veered off the road and plunged into a valley killing 43 people, an official said. / AFP PHOTO / -

50 dead as Indian bus plunges into valley

Fifty people died when a bus carrying Hindu pilgrims plunged into a valley in southern India on Tuesday, one of the deadliest accidents on the country's notorious roads in recent years.

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