BREAKING NEWS ~ Spanish court hands down first Madrid bombings sentence

[JURIST] BBC News is reporting that a Spanish court has sentenced a 16 year-old boy to six years in jail after he admitted handling explosives used in the Madrid train bombings. The sentencing is the first in connection with the March 11, 2004 terror attacks that took almost 200 lives.

12:50 PM ET - BBC News now has a story available on the sentencing, as well as more on other suspects in the Madrid bombings. From Spain, El Mundo has local coverage.



 

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