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Egyptians inspect the damage caused by train accident in the province of Assiut, south of Cairo on Saturday. As Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi struggles to maintain peace with Israel without losing the support of his home base, he came under criticism for what his opponents say was failure to end a string of transportation disasters, the latest of which was a
weekend crash that killed 49 people, mostly children.

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Egyptians inspect the damage caused by train accident in the province of Assiut, south of Cairo on Saturday. As Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi struggles to maintain peace with Israel without losing the support of his home base, he came under criticism for what his opponents say was failure to end a string of transportation disasters, the latest of which was a weekend crash that killed 49 people, mostly children.
November 18, 2012
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