Basque Rebels Suspected in Madrid Train Bombings

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Reuters correspondent Daniel Trotter speaks with NPR's Madeleine Brand about a series of train bombings that killed at least 180 and injured more than 600 in Madrid, Spain on Thursday. The Spanish government suspects that Basque separatists are behind the attacks.

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