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Madrid Train Blast Probe Leads to Germany, Morocco

The investigation into the Madrid train bombings led to Germany and Morocco on Friday as police arrested another suspect in Madrid and hunted for the mastermind of Europe’s deadliest bomb attack in 15 years. In Germany, police searched the apartment of a Moroccan man who is one of those under arrest in Spain, and prosecutors said they were probing his possible links to militant groups. In Rabat, the Moroccan government said authorities had questioned Moroccans in connection with the bombings but denied a report that a man had been arrested with maps of the targeted stations. Spain’s Cadena Ser radio reported that police had found a house in countryside near Madrid where the backpack bombs used to blow up four packed commuter trains on March 11, killing 190 people, were made. Full Story

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