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A woman reacts after a train accident at Corlu district, in Tekirdag on July 8, 2018.Ten people were killed and 73 injured on July 8 when a train packed with weekend passengers derailed in northwest Turkey, sate-run TRT Haber television said, quoting the health ministry. / AFP PHOTO / DHA / DHA / Turkey OUT

Ten killed, dozens injured in Turkey train derailment

Ten people were killed and more than 70 injured on Sunday when a train packed with weekend passengers derailed in northwest Turkey, the health ministry said.

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President Buhari receives in audience Imams and Senior Islamic Scholars from all States of the Federation in State House on 16th Nov 2018-2

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Muhammadu Buhari: Ohanaeze’s endorsement of Atiku Abubakar all chaff, no substance

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President Buhari receives in audience select Leaders from South East in State House on 16th Nov 2018-4

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World Bank selects LASU as African Centre of Excellence

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