Still Trying to Set The Record Straight

SUSANA VERA / REUTERS

The March 11, 2004 Madrid train bombings, in which a terror cell linked to al-Qaeda killed 191 and injured more than 1,500 commuters, united all Spaniards in mourning. But the tragedy has divided the country's politicians. An all-party parliamentary commission has been investigating the attack for over a year but failed to agree on a conclusion. As a result, each of Spain's eight political groups will present its own findings next week.

All the reports — except for the one prepared by the Popular Party (PP), which was in power at the time — comment on the...

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