EGYPTIAN RAIL ROAD WORKERS STAND BESIDE A TRAIN THAT WAS BURNT IN A BLAZE SOUTH OF CAIRO
Original caption: Egyptian railroad workers stand beside a train which caught fire about 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Cairo, February 20, 2002. Fire swept through a crowded midnight train killing more than 300 passengers in the deadliest disaster of Egypt's more than 150-year-old rail history. People jumped from windows and doors to escape the flames and smoke that engulfed the train as it rolled on for several kilometers before coming to a stop, security sources said. REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby
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