Anti-terrorism summit opens in lead-up to Madrid bombings anniversary

[JURIST] A major international anti-terrorism summit opened Tuesday in Madrid as Spain prepared to mark the one-year anniversary on March 11 [Meet on March 11 commemorative website] of the Madrid train bombings {JURIST report], which killed 200 people and injured some 2000 more. Leaders in attendance at the International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism, and Security [official website] include US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. VOA has more.

 

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