Spaniards Struggle to Cope with Terror Tragedy

Jerome Socolovsky reports from Madrid on how Spaniards are coping with the aftermath of last week's commuter train bombings. Many of the more than 200 casualties were immigrants, working class, or students on the way to school.

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