At least 19 die as Egypt bus crashes into canal


CAIRO, Dec 31 (Reuters) - At least 19 people were killed and 40 injured when a public inter-city bus collided with a truck and flipped into an irrigation canal in southern Egypt, security sources said on Monday. The bus was travelling on a highway between the cities of Minya and Assiut in the Nile Valley, the sources said. A series of transport accidents in recent years triggered a public outcry over the government's handling of transport safety. Many of those accidents have occurred on ...

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