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Hundreds Killed in Egyptian Train Fire

Hundreds Killed in Egyptian Train Fire

A fire aboard a southbound train to Luxor caught fire and burned as it sped down the tracks killing at least 400 people in the worst train disaster in Egyptian history. The train stopped at Eeqa Al-Gharabiya, 75 km south of Cairo. Spectators peer into one of the burned cars. --- Photo by Thomas Hartwell/Corbis SABA | Location: Reqa Al-Gharabiya, Giza, Egypt.
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DWF15-208733
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February 20, 2002
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© Thomas Hartwell/Corbis
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