Palestinian suspect arrested in West Bank car-ramming attack

MDA paramedics respond to a potential terrorist car-ramming attack outside of the West Bank settlement of Alon Shvut on May 14, 2015. (Courtesy Gush Etzion local council)

MDA paramedics respond to a potential terrorist car-ramming attack outside of the West Bank settlement of Alon Shvut on May 14, 2015. (Courtesy Gush Etzion local council)

Three teenagers injured near Alon Shvut, southwest of Jerusalem, in hit-and-run

(SOURCE)  Police arrest a Palestinian driver suspected of running over three teenagers at a hitchhiking post near the Alon Shvut settlement in the West Bank.

French police raise security after 2 weekend attacks

A police vehicle is seen on December 21, 2014 in Dijon, at the site where a driver shouting "Allahu Akbar" ("God is great") ploughed into a crowd injuring 11 people, two seriously, a source close to the investigation said. Two of the people injured in the car attack in the city of Dijon were in a serious condition, a police source said, adding that the driver had been arrested.

A police vehicle is seen on December 21, 2014 in Dijon, at the site where a driver shouting “Allahu Akbar” (“God is great”) ploughed into a crowd injuring 11 people, two seriously, a source close to the investigation said. Two of the people injured in the car attack in the city of Dijon were in a serious condition, a police source said, adding that the driver had been arrested.

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Palestinian coroner ‘agreed Arab bus driver hanged himself’

Yusuf Hassan al-Ramouni, the Egged bus driver found dead on November 16, 2014 (photo credit: Facebook)

Yusuf Hassan al-Ramouni, the Egged bus driver found dead on November 16, 2014 (photo credit: Facebook)

In incendiary case of dead Egged driver, Israels Forensic institute director says Palestinian colleague now not answering his calls

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Young driver hits transit bus in La., injuring 12

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — Police say a 13-year-old boy driving a pickup truck ran a stop sign and then cut off a city bus in Shreveport, La., causing a collision that left him and 11 others injured, some seriously.

At least two people remain hospitalized after the Friday night crash. The boy driver of the truck and 41-year-old bus driver Jenet Howell were in fair condition Saturday afternoon at LSU Medical Center in Shreveport.

Shreveport Assistant Fire Chief Scott Wolverton says Howell and a passenger near the front of the bus suffered head injuries. Nine others were taken to hospitals with less severe injuries.

Shreveport police spokesman Cpl. Marcus Hines says the boy will likely face juvenile charges of driving without a license, running a stop sign and reckless driving.

The bus had 24 passengers.