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Two More Madrid Bombings Suspects Jailed

A Spanish judge on Wednesday charged two more suspects, including the first woman, in connection with the Madrid commuter train bombings. The charges bring to 11 the number of those accused in the March 11 attacks that killed at least 190 and wounded about 1,800. Judge Juan del Olmo charged and ordered jailed Moroccans Rafa Zuher and Naima Oulad Akcha after questioning them separately for more than six hours. They were arrested over the weekend. They face allegations of collaborating with a terrorist group. Court officials said both suspects condemned the March 11 railway bombings and denied they had any links to the attacks. Spanish authorities have arrested 15 suspects in connection with the March 11 railway bombings — 11 Moroccans, two Indians, one Algerian and a Spaniard. Thirteen remain in custody, of whom 11 now have been charged and jailed pending further investigation. One Moroccan and the Algerian were released. Full Story

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