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Saudi prince killed in helicopter crash near Yemen border

File photo: A Saudi special forces helicopter flying in Riyadh, 2015



A Saudi prince has been killed when the helicopter he was travelling in crashed near the border with Yemen, state television reported.

Prince Mansour bin Muqrin, the deputy governor of Asir province, was travelling with several officials when the helicopter crashed, Al-Ikhbariya news channel said.

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Hundreds of driving licences taken off dementia sufferers in Japan

Japan has some driving schools for senior citizens, to battle a spate of accidents




Nearly 700 elderly drivers in Japan have had their licences revoked, after it was found they had late-stage dementia.

Police say screenings found about 30,000 more may be suffering, and must return for more tests.

Read more: Hundreds of driving licences taken off dementia sufferers in Japan



Yemen war: Saudi-led air strike 'kills 26 at Saada market'

The coalition did not immediately confirm or deny that it was behind the attack



A suspected Saudi-led coalition air strike has killed at least 26 people in rebel-held northern Yemen, medics and local officials say.

Warplanes are reported to have bombed a hotel and a busy market in the Sahar district of Saada province.

Read more: Yemen war: Saudi-led air strike 'kills 26 at Saada market'


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