**Truck Crash Kills 11 in Texas **
Police in Texas say 11 people are dead and 12 others injured after a crowded pickup truck slammed into a tree along a rural highway.
Authorities investigating Sunday's crash near Berclair, about 130 kilometers south of San Antonio, said they did not yet know if the victims were illegal immigrants, but that it is "possible."
Border Patrol officials are assisting with the probe.
In April, a van carrying immigrants crashed while fleeing Border Patrol agents near the Mexican border, killing nine of the 17 people on board.
**Attacks Kill 91 Across Iraq **
Iraqi officials say a wave of bombings and shootings has killed at least 103 people and wounded 200 others on the deadliest day in Iraq this year.
Authorities said the attacks Monday included gunmen killing at least 15 Iraqi soldiers at a military base in northeastern Iraq as well as a series of explosions in the northern city of Kirkuk. A car bomb also exploded in Baghdad, while other deadly attacks targeted Taji, just north of the capital.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility.
The violence comes after jihadist websites posted a message Saturday, purportedly from the leader of al-Qaida's affiliate in Iraq, saying the group is starting a "new phase." The audio message from a speaker identified as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi says the Islamic State of Iraq is planning to attack court officials, and to free prisoners.