High-speed train derails in Italy; two railway workers killed

MILAN (AP) — A high-speed passenger train derailed in northern Italy before dawn yesterday on the heavily used Milan-Bologna line, with the motor car completely detaching and slamming into a railroad building, killing two railway workers and injuring 27 people, authorities said. The state-railway Freccia Rossa train went off the rails while travelling at nearly 300kmh, Civil Protection Chief Angelo Borrelli told state radio. More details in Friday’s Borneo Bulletin