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Ten years after – Remembering the Madrid train bombings

An employee of the Council of Europe wears a Spanish flag pin on the lapel of his jacket during a moment of silence in tribute to the victims of yesterday's bombings in Madrid, March 12, 2004 in Front of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. Spain mourned for at least 198 people killed in Europe's worst attack in 15 years as investigators tried on Friday to pin down if Basque separatists or Muslim militants were behind the bombs on commuter trains. (REUTERS/Vincent Kessler)

Ten years after – Remembering the Madrid train bombings

Yahoo NewsMarch 10, 2014

Ten years ago, on March 11, 2004, 10 blasts on the Madrid commuter rail network killed 191 people and wounded more than 1,500. Spain's worst terrorist attack was claimed by Muslim militants who said they had acted on behalf of al-Qaida to avenge the presence of Spanish troops in Iraq. (AP)
Here's a look back at the aftermath of this tragedy.

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