Efforts to Move Past Madrid Bombings Pain Some More than three months have passed since terrorist train bombings in Spain left 190 people dead and about 2,000 injured. Most Spaniards are trying to put the horror of March 11 behind them, but that process is leaving the relatives of the victims feeling isolated and hurt. Jerome Socolovsky reports.
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Efforts to Move Past Madrid Bombings Pain Some

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Efforts to Move Past Madrid Bombings Pain Some

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Efforts to Move Past Madrid Bombings Pain Some

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More than three months have passed since terrorist train bombings in Spain left 190 people dead and about 2,000 injured. Most Spaniards are trying to put the horror of March 11 behind them, but that process is leaving the relatives of the victims feeling isolated and hurt. Jerome Socolovsky reports.