Egypt violence: Emotions run high at Cairo station

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Egypt has begun three days of mourning after football violence which left at least 74 people dead and hundreds more injured.

Clashes erupted after fans of the home side al-Masry invaded the pitch to celebrate their victory over Cairo-based Al-Ahly.

Freelance journalist in Cairo, Bel Trew, described emotional scenes as friends and family of football fans waited for the train from Port Said.

Bel Trew was speaking to BBC Radio 5 live Morning Reports, which broadcasts daily 05:00 to 05:30. Please visit the best bits page to hear other 5 live interviews.

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