A Passenger Bus Fell into a 100-Meter Deep Ravine in Peru, 23 People Were Killed

23 people were killed and many were injured after a passenger bus fell into a 100-meter deep ravine in southern Peru, according to BGNES.

The tragedy occurred in the Quispicanchi Province, which is part of the Cusco region, famous for tourist sites such as the ancient city of Machu Picchu.

Maya Manolova is Expected to Resign as an Ombudsman of Bulgaria Today

Today, Maya Manolova is expected to resign as ombudsman and enter the race for mayor post in Sofia.

Manolova's nomination will be launched by an Initiative Committee. The BSP has not yet decided whether they will apply or support Maya Manolova.

Today, the Socialists will meet to discuss it. The National Council will approve some of the candidates for mayor of the party.

Nearly 3,900 New Fires in the Amazon in just 48 Hours

The number of wildfires in the Amazon jungle continues to grow, although the government has introduced a ban on fire making for farmland cleaning, AFP reported.

In the first 48 hours after the ban was introduced, data from the satellite of the National Space Research Institute showed 3859 new outbreaks, of which 2000 were concentrated in the rain forest area.

Brazil is Open to Accept Aid For Fires in the Amazon

Brazil is open to receive financial assistance from organizations and foreign countries to fight the fires in the Amazon.

This was announced by a government spokesman after the Brazilian authorities had earlier rejected the G7 proposal. The condition, however, is for Brazil to decide for itself how to use the funds.