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Train Crash In Egypt Kills More Than 40 People

A train from Cairo hit the back of another train stopped near a station outside Alexandria. More than 120 people were injured, according to the country's health ministry.
People gather at the site where two trains crashed near Alexandria on Friday afternoon. Source: AFP/Getty Images

A passenger train smashed into the back of another train outside the Egyptian city of Alexandria on Friday afternoon. More than 40 people died and about 120 others were injured,

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