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CAIRO - At least 34 people were injured on Friday when a passenger train derailed south of Egypt's capital Cairo, the health ministry said in a statement.
Three carriages on a train headed to the southern province of Qena went off-track, Egypt's state television reported. The health ministry said it has sent 25 ambulances to the scene.
Egyptians say successive governments have failed to enforce safety on the antiquated rail network.
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