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Spain Probe Focuses on Bombing Evidence

Intelligence reports examined Tuesday by lawmakers investigating Madrid’s train bombings indicated that police found evidence pointing to Islamic militants hours earlier than they had announced, members of the panel said. The closed-door session marked the start of the second week of Parliament’s inquiry into the March 11 attack that killed 190 people and injured more than 2,000. The 16 members of the panel spent hours examining 20 classified documents from the National Intelligence Center, Spain’s version of the CIA, dealing with a threat by Osama bin Laden in October 2003 to attack Spain and with the first stages of the March 11 probe. Later, they were to examine documents from the Interior Ministry. Full Story

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