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Overloaded train in Kenya

2010-01-06 02:46:56 GMT2010-01-06 10:46:56 (Beijing Time)  AFP

Passengers board an overloaded commuter train in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 5, 2010. Public transport in Kenya's main cities was paralysed for the second day following a strike by matatu (minibus) drivers and conductors on allegations of extortion and corruption by police. Officials of the drivers and conductors association and the Matatu Welfare Association said the industrial action over harassment by the police would continue unabated. (AFP Photo)

Passengers ride an overloaded commuter train at the Makadara station in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 5, 2010.(AFP Photo)

Passengers ride atop overloaded carriages of a commuter train in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 5, 2010. Public transport in Kenya's main cities was paralysed for the second day following a strike by matatu (minibus) drivers and conductors on allegations of extortion and corruption by police. Officials of the drivers and conductors association and the Matatu Welfare Association said the industrial action over harassment by the police would continue unabated. (AFP Photo)

Passengers ride atop overloaded carriages of a commuter train in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 5, 2010. Public transport in Kenya's main cities was paralysed for the second day following a strike by matatu (minibus) drivers and conductors on allegations of extortion and corruption by police. Officials of the drivers and conductors association and the Matatu Welfare Association said the industrial action over harassment by the police would continue unabated. (AFP Photo)

Passengers ride atop overloaded carriages of a commuter train in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 5, 2010. Public transport in Kenya's main cities was paralysed for the second day following a strike by matatu (minibus) drivers and conductors on allegations of extortion and corruption by police.(AFP Photo)

Passengers ride atop overloaded carriages of a commuter train in Kenya's capital Nairobi, January 5, 2010. Public transport in Kenya's main cities was paralysed for the second day following a strike by matatu (minibus) drivers and conductors on allegations of extortion and corruption by police.

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