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Spain Mourns Victims of Train Bombings

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Spain Mourns Victims of Train Bombings

Spain Mourns Victims of Train Bombings

Spain Mourns Victims of Train Bombings

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Spain mourns the victims of a terrorist bombings on commuter trains that killed nearly 200 people and wounded 1,400 others. Spain at first blamed Basque separatists, but another group claimed responsibility in the name of al Qaeda for the worst terrorist attack in Spanish history. Jerome Socolovsky reports from Madrid.

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