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Muslim Group Named in Madrid Bombings

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Muslim Group Named in Madrid Bombings

Muslim Group Named in Madrid Bombings

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Spain's interior minister says the investigation of the Madrid train bombings of March 11 is focusing on the Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group, an extremist group believed to be linked to al Qaeda. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Juan Pedro Velazquez, an editor at Spain's national newspaper El Pais.

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