Egypt's national train network at standstill

Closure of railway pushes commuters onto already clogged streets and stalls hopes of economic recovery.

    For seven weeks now, Egypt's national rail network has been at a standstill.

    The closure has forced hundreds of thousands of commuters onto already clogged roads and stalled any hope of an economic recovery.

    From Cairo, our correspondent - who we are not naming for security reasons - has this report.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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