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29 Indicted Over Madrid Terror Bombings

A Spanish judge on Tuesday handed down the first indictments in the Madrid train bombings of 2004, charging 29 people with murder, terrorism and other crimes after a two-year probe. The commuter train bombings claimed by Muslim militants killed 191 people and wounded more than 1,700. The charges were contained in a 1,500-page indictment handed down by Juan del Olmo, an investigating magistrate at the National Court, Spain’s hub for investigating terrorism. Full Story

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