Egypt Bus Crash

An Egyptian doctor attends to a wounded child at a hospital in Assiut on November 17, 2012, who was injured when a train smashed into a school bus on a railway crossing in Manfalut, south of Cairo. Forty-seven nursery school children were killed in the accident after a railway signal operator fell asleep, officials said, prompting protests and resignations.

( AFP/Getty Images / November 17, 2012 )

An Egyptian doctor attends to a wounded child at a hospital in Assiut on November 17, 2012, who was injured when a train smashed into a school bus on a railway crossing in Manfalut, south of Cairo. Forty-seven nursery school children were killed in the accident after a railway signal operator fell asleep, officials said, prompting protests and resignations.

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