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Chinese tourists among passengers in fatal New Zealand bus crash

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019
Rescue efforts are underway in New Zealand where several people, including Chinese tourists, are feared dead after a bus carrying more than 20 people rolled over on a highway in North Island.
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