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Spain casts wide net for bombers

Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar says all possible angles will be investigated to catch those responsible for the Madrid bomb blasts. At least 198 people died and 1,400 were wounded in the bomb attacks on commuter trains on Thursday morning. “No line of investigation will be ruled out,” Mr Aznar said, just before Spaniards held a five-minute silence. Clues so far uncovered appear to implicate either the Basque separatist group Eta or Islamic militants. Spain is observing three days of official mourning for those who died in bombings, the worst in Europe for 15 years. Full Story

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