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LONDON: As many as 28 people were killed and 80 injured after two trains collided in the Egyptian city of Alexandria.

Local media reports suggest that one of the trains was travelling from Port Said and the other from Cairo, before they crashed head-on, reports The Independent.

Egypt's railway authority said an express train had crashed into the second train near the Khurshid station on the Cairo-Alexandria line.

Further details are awaited.

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