|Egypt Begins Mass Burial of Rail Fire Victims - Relates that Egypt began to bury the unidentified victims of its worst rail disaster; from Tehran Times (Tehran), Monday, February 25, 2002.
||Egypt Train Workers Plead Innocent - Report dated April 29, 2002, recounting that 11 train workers pleaded innocent to charges of gross negligence; from United Transportation Union News.
|Egypt's Minister of Transport, Railroad Director Resign - Report dated 22 Feb 2002 announces the resignations of Egyptian Transport Minister Ibrahim el-Dimeiri and Railroad Authority Director Ahmed el-Sherif, following the worst train disaster in Egypt's history; by Tetiana Anderson, in VOA-News.com.
||Horror on Egypt fire train - More than 370 people have died in a blaze on board an Egyptian train, officials say; initial report, from CNN, on February 20, 2002.
|Hundreds Die as Fire Engulfs Egyptian Train - A follow-up report, with additional detail, on the Egyptian train disaster; from BMWE News, posted 02/21/02.
||Hundreds Killed in Train Fire in Egypt - Initial report of the Egypt passenger train disaster; reported by BMWE News, posted 02/20/02.
|Minister Resigns over Egypt Train Fire - Announces that Egypt President Hosni Mubarak has accepted the resignations of Transport Minister Ibrahim al-Demeri and head of the country's railway authority, Ahmed al-Sherif, after the country's worst rail disaster; from BBC News, Friday, 22 February 2002
||Mubarak Delivers Sympathy Speech to Bereaved Families of the Train Victims - Speech by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, delivered on February 22, 2002, to the families of those who lost their lives in the railroad fire and disaster of February 20, 2002.
|Officials Charged Over Egypt Train Fire - Report dated March 23, 2002, announcing that prosecutors had charged 11 medium- to low-ranking Egyptian rail officials with negligence, mistakes, and ignoring railroad regulations in the February 20, 2002, railroad disaster; from CNN.com. Eleven Egyptian rail officials have been charged with negligence over a train fire that killed 361 people, prosecutors said.
||Passenger Train Fire in Egypt Kills 372 - Associated Press report, dated Thursday, February 21, 2002, giving updated information on the Egyptian train disaster of the previous day; from Shawnee (Oklahoma) News-Star.com.
|Rage at Ebeid - Reports early parliamentary debate on the causes of the Upper Egypt train disaster; by Gamal Essam El-Din, in Al-Ahram Weekly Online, Issue No. 576 (7-13 March 2002).
||Railroad Accidents - Succinct compilation of major railroad accidents, which puts the Egyptian disaster of 20 February 2002 into context of other such incidents dating back to 1831; from FactMonster (Information Please).
|Seeking Answers in Egypt Train Fire - Report dated February 21, 2002, provides early information on the investigation into causes of the Egyptian train inferno of the previous day; from CBSNews.com.
||Train Blaze in Egypt Kills More than 370 - Early report, by Nadia Abou El-Magd for the Associated Press, dated February 21, 2002, on "the worst disaster in 150 years of Egyptian railroad history"; from Detroit Free Press.
|Train Fire Kills 373 in Egypt - Initial report on the Egyptian train fire; from The Associated Press, in The Holland Sentinel.
||Train Fire That Killed 370 Puts Egypt's Malaise in Spotlight - Political and social commentary on issues raised by the train disaster; by Alan Cowell, in The New York Times.