World Leaders Honor Spain Blast Victims U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are among world dignitaries in Madrid for the state funeral for victims of the March 11 train bombings. Later, Powell and European officials will meet with Spanish prime-minister elect Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero to hear his foreign policy plans for Iraq and Afghanistan. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and reporter Elizabeth Nash.
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World Leaders Honor Spain Blast Victims

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World Leaders Honor Spain Blast Victims

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World Leaders Honor Spain Blast Victims

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U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell and British Prime Minister Tony Blair are among world dignitaries in Madrid for the state funeral for victims of the March 11 train bombings. Later, Powell and European officials will meet with Spanish prime-minister elect Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero to hear his foreign policy plans for Iraq and Afghanistan. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and reporter Elizabeth Nash.