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AP: Spain Still Hunts Bombing Masterminds

A day after seven suspects in the Madrid railway attacks blew themselves up to avoid arrest, the government declared the core of the terror cell either dead or behind bars. That assertion now seems hasty. Of 50 people arrested, only 16 remain in jail and only two of them are believed to have actually put backpacks full of dynamite and shrapnel aboard trains on March 11, killing 190 people. The others are believed to have played secondary roles, and even the hands-on duo are seen as foot soldiers for al-Qaida. Key suspects are fugitives. The masterminds remain a mystery, although officials have a few names in mind. Full Story

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