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Report: Suspects' Prints in Spain House

Spanish police searching a rural house believed to have been used to prepare the Madrid commuter train bombs found fingerprints from two prime suspects currently detained for the March 11 attacks, according to news reports Saturday. Police also recovered detonators and traces of dynamite inside the house near Morata de Tajuna, 20 miles southeast of Madrid, Spanish media reported. The fingerprints found in the house were from Jamal Zougam and Abderrahim Zbakh, two Moroccans considered prime suspects in the bombings, which killed 190 people and wounded more than 1,800, radio station Onda Cero and Spanish national television reported. Full Story

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