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Spain Declassifies Bomb Probe Papers

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Spain Declassifies Bomb Probe Papers

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Spain Declassifies Bomb Probe Papers

Spain Declassifies Bomb Probe Papers

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Spain declassifies intelligence reports related to the deadly March 11 train bombings in Madrid. The outgoing Popular Party initially blamed the Basque separatist group ETA for the attacks. But party officials are accused of concealing information that indicated al Qaeda was to blame. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Victor de la Serna of the Madrid newspaper El Mundo.

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