At Least 70 Dead, 600 Injured in Cameroon Train Crash

STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images(ESEKA, Cameroon) — Officials in Cameroon now say at least 70 people were killed in a train crash Friday, with another 600 people injured.

The train was overcrowded when it derailed while traveling between Douala and Yaounde, according to BBC.

Cameroon President Paul Biya offered his condolences to families of the victims in a Facebook post and said the government would “provide full assistance to the survivors.”

There will be an investigation into the cause of the derailment, according to the Cameroon president.

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Egypt unveils 3,000-year-old wooden coffins in Luxor

Hatem Maher/ABC News(LUXOR, Egypt) — Egypt unveiled 30 ancient wooden coffins on Saturday that were discovered in the southern city of Luxor, in what the country’s antiquities ministry described as one of the largest discoveries in years.