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Spain remembers 2004 Madrid bombings

Aurora Baeza Ramirez reached a trembling hand into her purse and pulled out an old newspaper clipping with a photo of her son, one of 191 people killed in the Madrid train bombings four years ago Tuesday. Baeza Ramirez pointed proudly to a small pendant around her neck, also with a photo of her son Jose Maria — an earnest-looking man with dark, closely cropped hair, his life cut short at age 39. “My other children made it for me to wear,” she said. Full Story

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