Authorities in Egypt say at least 32 people have been killed and more than 160 others injured after two trains collided on Friday.
A stationary train in the southern province of Sohag was rear-ended by another. Several carriages flipped onto their sides.
Transport authorities are investigating how the first train came to a halt, and why the second failed to avoid the collision.
Egypt faces a pressing need to improve its railway safety controls and renew aging trains.
In 2019, a train crashed into a buffer stop at a station in central Cairo, causing a massive fire that killed at least 20 people.