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Multiple deaths after Cairo's worst train crash in years

The Age Wednesday, 27 February 2019
Multiple deaths after Cairo's worst train crash in yearsA train smashed into a barrier at downtown Cairo's Ramsis station, killing at least 20 people in one of Egypt's deadliest rail accidents in years.
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At least 25 people were killed and 50 injured after a locomotive smashed into a barrier at Cairo's main train station, causing an explosion and a fire.

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