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Spain Says Police Missed Car Used in the March 11 Bombings

The interior minister of Spain said Sunday that a car used in the March 11 train bombings went unnoticed by the police for three months even though it was only yards away from another vehicle connected to the attacks. The minister, José Antonio Alonso, said an investigation was under way to determine why the police had taken until June 13 to notice the car, which had been parked outside the train station in Alcalá de Henares, near Madrid, since March 11. On the day of the bombings, the police examined the same parking lot and found a white van that contained crucial evidence indicating that Islamic terrorists were behind the attacks, according to investigators. The train station at Alcalá de Henares was the departure point for the four trains that blew up on March 11, killing 191 people. Full Story

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