During a parade in New Orleans, a vehicle unexpectedly careened into a crowd of onlookers, injuring more than two dozen. Drunk driving is suspected rather than terrorism.
Police say a number of people have been injured after a car mounted the pavement outside London's Natural History Museum. One man was detained overnight, but authorities later said the incident was not terror-related.
The UN secretary-general has pushed for additional peacekeepers in CAR. He is expected to discuss the political crisis in Cameroon with President Paul Biya.
Police in New Orleans say up to 28 people were injured on Saturday when a vehicle drove into crowds watching a parade. One person is reportedly in custody; terrorism is not suspected.
The pick-up truck plowed into a crowd of people, injuring dozens, at the height of the Mardi Gras celebrations. A police officer was among the victims, although her injuries were not life-threatening.
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