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Five things you need to know
Dozens of people have been killed – including 12 children – after a bus crashed in Bulgaria. The passengers were returning to the country from Istanbul when the vehicle rammed into a barrier.
BREAKING: A bus crash in western Bulgaria has killed at least 45 people, authorities say. Children were among the victims on the bus, which was registered in Northern Macedonia. https://t.co/HvmKBIcA6K— The Associated Press (@AP) November 23, 2021
A man accused of driving an SUV through a Christmas parade in Wisconsin is set to be charged with intentional homicide, officials have said. At least five people were killed in the incident.
BREAKING: 39-year-old Darrell Brooks is charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide in Waukesha Christmas parade incident, police say. More charges are possible. https://t.co/UClpr0T4iH— ABC News (@ABC) November 22, 2021
The teenager cleared of murdering two men after being attacked during unrest in a Wisconsin city has said his case has "nothing to do with race" and stressed that he supports the Black Lives Matter movement. Kyle Rittenhouse has been repeatedly accused of being racist by a host of American media outlets, politicians and activists.
"I’m not a racist person. I support the BLM movement," Kyle Rittenhouse, who was recently acquitted for murder, told Tucker Carlson. https://t.co/v7F0Loid9g— The Hill (@thehill) November 21, 2021
Kevin Spacey has been ordered to pay US$31 million to the studio that produced the US version of the "House of Cards" TV show. The ruling by a mediator says Spacey breached his contract after being accused of sexual harassment.
Actor Kevin Spacey, who was fired from his starring role on the Netflix hit “House of Cards” in 2017 amid allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct, breached his contract with the show’s production company MRC, an arbitrator ruled https://t.co/lDL01fowkv— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) November 22, 2021
A gang in Mexico is threatening parents in the south of country after they won 20 million pesos in a lottery. The criminals have demanded the money be used to buy them weapons.
Nursery lottery winners in Mexico threatened by gang demanding money to buy guns https://t.co/boxllXAEsD— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 23, 2021