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  • Minister Resigns over Egypt Train Fire - Announces that Egypt President Hosni Mubarak has accepted the resignations of Transport Minister Ibrahim al-Demeri and head of the country's railway authority, Ahmed al-Sherif, after the country's worst rail disaster; from BBC News, Friday, 22 February 2002
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  • Rage at Ebeid - Reports early parliamentary debate on the causes of the Upper Egypt train disaster; by Gamal Essam El-Din, in Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Issue No. 576 (7-13 March 2002).
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  • Railroad Accidents - Succinct compilation of major railroad accidents, which puts the Egyptian disaster of 20 February 2002 into context of other such incidents dating back to 1831; from FactMonster (Information Please).
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  • Seeking Answers in Egypt Train Fire - Report dated February 21, 2002, provides early information on the investigation into causes of the Egyptian train inferno of the previous day; from CBSNews.com.
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  • Train Fire That Killed 370 Puts Egypt's Malaise in Spotlight - Political and social commentary on issues raised by the train disaster; by Alan Cowell, in The New York Times.
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