MADRID/LONDON (Reuters) - Germany's Allianz <ALVG.DE> and Australian group QBE <QBE.AX> bear the bulk of the insurance liability from this week's fatal train crash in northwest Spain, according to sources at the companies. Full story
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A worker walks near the railway track on the site of the train wreck in Lac Megantic, July 16, 2013. REUTERS/Ryan Remiorz/Pool
epa03806870 Rescue workers inspects the scene of a train collision in Granges-pres-Marnand in Western Switzerland, 29 July 2013. Several passengers are reported injured in the accident that caused disruption of traffics to the track section between Moudon and Payerne. EPA/LAURENT GILLIERON
An overhead view of the funeral held in memory of the victims of the July 24, 2013 train crash, at Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, northwestern Spain, July 29, 2013. Spain was to hold a memorial service for the 79 people who died in the country's worst rail disaster in decades, hours after the
People stand outside the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela during a funeral service held in memory of the victims of the July 24, 2013 train crash, northwestern Spain, July 29, 2013. Spain was to hold a memorial service for the 79 people who died in the country's worst rail disaster in decades, ho