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King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain have visited the hospital in Santiago de Compostela where scores of people hurt in the country’s worst rail crash in decades are being treated. Eighty people were killed in the disaster and 95 injured, some three dozen of whom are in a critical condition...
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Annual festivities in honour of St James the Apostle have been called off in Santiago de Compostela – following the fatal train train crash. Where there was meant to be celebration, there is now mourning. A funfair, which would normally be bustling, is now closed. “I agree, if they close...
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With a day off for St James’ day in Galicia, many people turned up at the crash site in Santiago de Compostela, to see with their own eyes the scale of the tragedy. As the people of Spain try to understand what has happened here, Euronews correspondent Filipa Soares reports: “Just 24 hours...
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The death toll in the Spanish train crash has now risen to 80. Ninety five people remain in hospital, 36 in a critical condition. Pictures are emerging of the immediate aftermath of the crash. They show emergency services having to cope with fire and smashing the windows of the carriages to...
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Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has declared three days of official mourning after the the high-speed train crash in Galicia. Rajoy made the announcement after visiting the hospital where the majority of the victims were taken. He was especially affected by the crash, which came on the...
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