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German train crash near Magdeburg leaves ten dead

At least ten people are reported to have died in a train crash in eastern Germany, BBC reports. A local passenger train and a goods train collided head-on in the state of Saxony-Anhalt late on Saturday, near the city of Magdeburg. The passenger train, the HarzElbeExpress, was travelling on a single track section between Magde­burg and Halberstadt. The cause of the crash, which left 33 injured, is unclear.

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