China train crash victims' families demand answers
China has ordered a two-month nationwide safety campaign for its railways amid public outrage at a train crash on Saturday that killed nearly 40 people.
Rail minister Sheng Guangzu apologised for the collision in eastern Zhejiang province, saying the campaign would focus on China's high-speed network.
Chinese media say the government has begun compensating victims' relatives.
Vivien Marsh reports.
26 Jul 2011