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Bombs were Spanish-made explosives

As investigators learned more about the bombs that ripped through trains killing and maiming, millions of people across Spain gathered in chilly rain to protest the terror attacks and mourn the victims Friday. “It seems like the sky is crying,” said one woman. Up to 2.3 million people took to the streets of the Spanish capital to mourn the 199 dead and 1,450 wounded. Nationwide, officials estimate between 8 million and 12 million people joined in the street protests against the bombings. Suspicion for the coordinated terror attacks has fallen on Basque separatist group ETA and Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda terrorist network. Full Story

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