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Spain to bring charges in Madrid bombings probe

A Spanish judge is expected to charge about 30 people with involvement in the 2004 Madrid train bombings on Monday, completing a two-year investigation into attacks which left 191 people dead. Judge Juan del Olmo will take steps toward a trial that probably won’t start before early next year, judicial sources said. Some 116 people have been named as suspects in the March 2004 attacks, in which bombs packed in sports bags exploded on four crowded commuter trains. Twenty-five people are already behind bars. Full Story

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