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AN Egyptian bride died when her husband shoved her out of a moving train between the southern towns of Aswan and Qena, police said today.
The incident followed a row between Atef Adel Faraghali, 35, and his wife, Sharbat Abdel Fatah, according to police.
The couple married 10 days earlier in Aswan, the bride's hometown, and after the wedding, Faraghali apparently proposed they travel to Qena to visit his parents, but she refused.
She changed her mind only after being threatened with divorce. However, the couple got into a shouting match on the train and Faraghali shoved his wife out of the window, killing her on the spot, police said.
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