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European Eyes on Madrid

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European Eyes on Madrid

European Eyes on Madrid

European Eyes on Madrid

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NPR's John Ydstie talks to three European editors about the impact of the Madrid train bombings and the Spanish electoral upset that followed on Europe and its relations with the United States. The three are Ian Black of The Guardian, Constance Stelzenmueller of Die Zeit and Bartosz Weglarczyk of the Polish paper Gazeta Wyborcza.

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