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World Fuel doubts Quebec rail-crash payment order is legal

(Reuters) - U.S. fuel logistics company World Fuel Services Corp said on Tuesday it has "serious objections" to being ordered by the Quebec government to help pay for the cleanup of the devastating railway crash in Lac-Megantic, Quebec, on July 6.Full story

Quebec town mourns victims of fuel-tanker train disaster

LAC-MEGANTIC, Quebec (Reuters) - Hundreds of mourners filled the streets of Lac-Megantic, Quebec, on Saturday, as the families of the 47 people killed in North America's worst railway disaster in two decades attended a memorial service at a local church. Full story

Canada police raid rail company office after crash

Police raided the Canadian office of a U.S. railway company to collect evidence in a criminal investigation related to an oil train derailment this month that devastated a Quebec town and killed 47 people. Full story

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Canada toughens train rules after deadly disaster

Canada train derailment lawsuit adds defendants

Quebec brings in 9/11 expert to help sift through train crash debris

Railway involved in derailment lays off 19 workers

First glimpse at Canada disaster site shows scale of devastation

Even funerals on hold in blast-ravaged Quebec town

Rail at center of Quebec town tragedy and heart of its recovery

Bell tolls 50 times for Quebec dead in train disaster

In the night, train brings grief to Quebec town

Quebec town marks deadly train crash with vigil, church bells

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  50 believed dead in Quebec train explosion

Canadian police have raised  the death toll in a train explosion that occurred in a small Quebec village Saturday to 50. All people missing in the explosion are now presumed dead.

  Quebec disaster highlights risks of US oil production

The exploding train that destroyed a Quebec town and killed as many as 50 people was shipping oil from North Dakota's Bakken oil reserve. Chris Hayes is joined by former Senator Byron Dorgan of North Dakota and energy policy expert Tyson Slocum to discuss the risks and whether they outweigh the rewa

  Criminal probe launched in Quebec train crash

Though terrorism has been ruled out in the train crash that killed at least 15 in Quebec on Saturday morning, officials are examining whether criminal tampering is to blame. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.

  50 still missing in Quebec train explosion

Searchers are on the hunt for 50 people who are still missing after an oil train derailed in Quebec, killing at least 13 people.

  Dozens still missing after Quebec train explosion

More than 40 people are still unaccounted for after an oil train derailed and exploded over the weekend in eastern Quebec. Five people are confirmed dead.

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Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Quebec's Premier Pauline Marois walk out of Sainte-Agnes church after a memorial ceremony in Lac Megantic
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Quebec's Premier Pauline Marois walk out of Sainte-Agnes church after a memorial ceremony in Lac Megantic

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Quebec's Premier Pauline Marois walk out of Sainte-Agnes church after a memorial ceremony in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 27, 2013. About 50 people are believed to have died when a runaway train with 72 oil tanker cars crashed and exploded in the center of

People pay their respects after a memorial ceremony at the Sainte-Agnes church in Lac Megantic
People pay their respects after a memorial ceremony at the Sainte-Agnes church in Lac Megantic

People pay their respects after a memorial ceremony at the Sainte-Agnes church in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 27, 2013. About 50 people are believed to have died when a runaway train with 72 oil tanker cars crashed and exploded in the center of the Quebec lakeside town, although not all the bodies ha

Ginette Lamoureux, the wife of the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Pierre Duchesne, cries as she exits the Sainte-Agnes church after a memorial ceremony in Lac Megantic
Ginette Lamoureux, the wife of the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Pierre Duchesne, cries as she exits the Sainte-Agnes church after a memorial ceremony in Lac Megantic

Ginette Lamoureux, the wife of the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec Pierre Duchesne, cries as she exits the Sainte-Agnes church after a memorial ceremony in Lac Megantic, Quebec, July 27, 2013. About 50 people are believed to have died when a runaway train with 72 oil tanker cars crashed and exploded i