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Spain / Madrid Terror Attack #750568

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 11, 2004
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The deadly bombing attack in Spain introduced; scenes shown of wrecked trains & bodies.

(Madrid: Charles Glass) The terrorism in Madrid featured; scenes shown of victims, survivors explaining what happened, crushed train cars; details given {with animated diagrams} about the coordinated multiple attacks.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) The question of whether Basque separatists or Islamic terrorists carried out the bombings in what is the 9/11 attack for Spain examined. [Spanish OFFICIAL, former French defense ministry official Alexis DEBAT†, former counterterrorism official Dick CLARKE†- raise possibilities re: ETA or Islamists.]

Gibson, Charles;
Glass, Charles;
Ross, Brian

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