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PHOTO GALLERY: Aftermath of Alexandria's deadly train disaster


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A policeman crosses the cleared crooked railway tracks at the site of a fatal train collision in the area of Khorshid on the outskirts of Egypt's Mediterranean city of Alexandria from the day before, on August 12, 2017 AFP
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An Egyptian stands by the wreckage from the day before of a fatal rail collision in the area of Khorshid on the outskirts of Egypt's Mediterranean city of Alexandria from the day before, on August 12, 2017 AFP
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Emergency personnel and Egyptian military police search the wreckage of the train collision on August 11, 2017 AFP
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Cars from two passenger trains lie off the tracks after they collided just outside Egypt's Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, Friday, Aug. 11, 2017 AP
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Onlookers gather at the scene of a train collision just outside Egypt’s Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, Friday, Aug. 11, 2017 AP
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People gather at the site of a train collision in the area of Khorshid, in Egypts Mediterranean city of Alexandria, on August 11, 2017 AFP
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Paramedics arrive at the site of a train collision in the area of Khorshid, in Egypts Mediterranean city of Alexandria, on August 11, 2017 AFP
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People gather at the site of a train collision in the area of Khorshid, in Egupts Mediterranean city of Alexandria, on August 11, 2017 AFP
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Emergency personnel lift a train car with a crane following a collision by two trains on August 11, 2017 AFP
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Officials and emergency personnel remove the wreckage of a collision between two trains on August 11, 2017 AFP
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A train collision neat Alexandria on Friday has left at least 41 dead and 179 injured; one of the trains was travelling from Cairo to Alexandria, and the other from Port Said to Alexandria

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