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Victims urge international trials for terror suspects

Victims of terrorism in many parts of the world gathered in Madrid yesterday for a congress at which they demanded that suspects should be tried by international tribunals. The 150 delegates from as far afield as Northern Ireland, the Basque country, Algeria, Colombia and Israel told of lost husbands, wives and children, and of living with the physical and psychological mutilation of the attacks, and called for a global approach to helping victims. Michael Gallagher, who lost his 21-year-old son Adrian in the Omagh bombing, told them: “I have more in common with a lot of the people I have met here today because, even though we do not speak the same language, we feel the same pain. Full Story

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