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Paris bank's hacked phone linked to Madrid blasts

French authorities are investigating whether the Madrid train bombers hacked into the telephone exchange of a bank near Paris as they were planning their attack, judicial sources said on Friday. Prosecutors this month began a probe into a flurry of calls to Spain and Morocco from a bank in the Val-de-Marne area. The calls increased significantly in the days before the attack and stopped a few hours before the bombs ripped through a series of commuter trains on March 11, killing 191 people, according to the daily newspaper Le Parisien.Full Story

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