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Spain / Madrid Train Bombings #750860

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 12, 2004
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(Baghdad: Dan Rather) The day after the bombing attack on the train system in Madrid, Spain, reported; scenes shown of people mourning in the streets & of rail security measures in US cities.

(Madrid: Richard Roth) The effort in Spain to pinpoint responsibility for the terror attack featured; scenes shown of the wrecked train cars & the wounded; details given of evidence indicating the involvement of the ETA &/or Al Qaeda & of Al Qaeda's history in Spain.

(Baghdad: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Madrid: Allen Pizzey) The united show of defiance across Spain featured; scenes shown of crowds of people chanting "assassins," keeping a moment of silence & leaving signs.

Rather, Dan;
Roth, Richard;
Pizzey, Allen

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