Four dead, seven missing in Egypt crash


CAIRO, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Four Egyptians died and seven from the same family are missing after a small bus flipped into a tributary of the Nile river south of Cairo, security sources said. Rescue forces saved another eight of the vehicle's occupants but said there was little hope for the missing, who included four children. Two of the dead were children. The family had rented the bus to take them from Cairo to their hometown in the southern province of Qena for the Islamic Eid el-Adha ...

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