At least 12 dead after minivan carrying migrants crashes in Turkey

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    At least 12 people were killed and 26 others injured when a minivan carrying migrants thought to be from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh crashed in eastern Turkey early on Sunday.

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