According to foreign media reports, South African emergency rescuers said 2 passenger trains collided in the outskirts of Johannesburg, causing about 200 people to be injured.
International Business observation (BMI) thinks that from the risk return index of infrastructure market, Kampuchea is a quadrant of "high risk and high return". Although the growth prospect is very attractive, it will also be affected by a lot of operational, political and economic risks.
In January 3, 2018, Kenya officials confirmed that in the northeastern part of northeastern Ken Mandela and Somalia, 2 night later, the Somali extremist group "Youth Party" militants attacked the police incident, which resulted in the death of 5 policemen.
The national traffic safety administration of Kenya announced that it would prohibit the long-distance bus operation at night throughout the country, so as to curb frequent traffic accidents at night. The operation time is limited from 6 to 19 per day.
Kenya's efforts to maintain a healthy population are being hampered by often neglected diseases such as the seasonal influenza (H1N1N1) flu. In its case report, the World Health Organization noted that as many as 650 thousand people die of respiratory diseases every year and warn governments to pay more attention to these diseases. According to the report of the global health agency, Kenya is one of the countries with which these types of diseases have a significant burden on the population.