Spain arrests 3 more suspects in connection with Madrid train bombing Krista-Ann Staley at 8:52 AM ET
[JURIST] Spain's Interior Ministry Tuesday announced the arrests of three more suspects in connection with the 2004 Madrid train bombing [BBC backgrounder], al-Qaeda's deadliest attack on Europe. The three Moroccan men, Mourad Bhar, 20, Abdelkhalak Chergui, 29, and Abdelhak Chergui, 32, are suspected of providing arms and financing for the attack which killed 191 people and wounded approximately 1,900 more. Reuters has more.
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