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A victim, who was injured in a passenger train accident, sits on a bed inside a government hospital in Muzaffarnagar, in Uttar Pradesh, India, August 20, 2017. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

India investigates after train accident leaves 23 dead

India began investigating on Sunday a train crash in which 23 people were killed, the fourth major accident over the past year on the world's fourth biggest rail network which is grappling with chronic under-investment and over-crowding.

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