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What the papers say

A head-on collision between two trains in Turkey has killed six people and injured 85. A branch official of the train workers' union said the crash was caused when a train travelling from Ankara to Istanbul ignored a signal and failed to stop at a junction. It is the third train crash in Turkey in recent weeks.

A group of Ukrainian Cossack dancers literally brought the house down as they performed in an upstairs concert room in Alnwick, Northumberland. Luckily no one was trapped downstairs.

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