Passenger train derails in Egypt

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Casualties were reported as a train derailed just north of the Egyptian capital Cairo. According to a statement from the National Railways Authority of Egypt, the Cairo-Mansura passenger train 949 went off the tracks in the city of Qalyubia. Ambulances were dispatched to the accident site as rescue efforts continue. In March, two trains collided in Egypt’s Sohag Governorate, killing 18 people and injuring scores of other

Train accident north of Cairo has killed at least 11 people, say authorities

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