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Madrid train blast suspect denies links to September 11 suspect

A Moroccan accused of being a lead bomber in last year’s attacks on commuter trains in Madrid told a court he was not an extremist and barely knew a top suspect in the September 11, 2001 attacks in the United States. “My only ‘war’ was to help my father bring up seven kids and a wife in Morocco on 150 euros (180 dollars) a month,” Jamal Zougam told a trial of 24 Al-Qaeda suspects, where he was called as a witness. But court chairman Javier Gomez Bermudez told Zougam to “limit himself to answering the prosecution’s questions.”Full Story

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