Briefly World: After Harvard visit, 34 injured in bus crash

After Harvard visit, 34 injured in bus crash

Boston: Thirty-four people including high school students and their adult chaperones were injured, after a visit to Harvard University, when their charter bus hit a bridge as the driver failed to heed low-clearance warning signs, police said Sunday. One person was hospitalised with life-threatening injuries and three with serious injuries, the Boston Emergency Medical Services said. The bus was carrying 42 people and was heading back to the Philadelphia when it struck an overpass at around 7:30 pm Saturday.

Malala undergoes 2 successful surgeries

LONDON: Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital said that 15-year-old Malala Yousufzai, who was shot at by Taliban last year in Pakistan, had skull reconstruction and a cochlear implant surgery to restore her hearing on Saturday. The two operations lasted a total of five hours, and doctors are said to be "very pleased'' with her progress Sunday.

Vegas 'lover' planning book on Prince Harry

London: The party girl who claimed she was Prince Harry's Vegas lover is writing a 'tell all' book about her escapades with the British Royal and other celebrities like Tiger Woods, Jack Nicholson and Mick Jagger. Beautician Carrie Reichert, 40, has written over 500 pages about her nights out and even vacations with a raft of American superstars. The blonde said book will "not hold back" on details.

Pak journalist Ayesha Haroon dies at 46

Islamabad: Leading Pakistani journalist Ayesha Haroon has died in New York Saturday after a four-year battle against cancer, her family said Sunday. She was 46. Her body will be flown to Lahore on Wednesday and she will be buried the next day, her family said. She was former editor of The News and worked in editorial positions in various media outlets in Lahore and Islamabad.

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