Spanish Approach to Terrorism Contrasts with U.S.

A conference on terrorism allows Spain to contrast its approach to a terrorist attack with that of the United States. In the wake of the March 2004 rail station bombing in Madrid, Spanish authorities used police and links between security services to track suspects, but did not suspend existing civil liberties.

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