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Spain Bomb Suspects Accused of 190 Murders

Three Moroccans detained after the Madrid train bombings were accused in court of 190 murders on Friday, but they denied any links to al Qaeda and said they were asleep at the time of the attacks. After a grueling seven-hour overnight hearing at Madrid’s High Court, the three Moroccans were also accused of 1,400 attempted murders and of belonging to a terrorist group. Two other suspects, both Indians, were accused of cooperating with a terrorist group, court sources said. All five suspects, arrested two days after the March 11 rail bombings that killed 202 people and wounded more than 1,800, were ordered to be held in solitary confinement after a court hearing that finished at 4 a.m. (0300 GMT). Full Story

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