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Spain remembers dead

Updated: 2004-03-17 10:50

People take part in a mourning march in the Spanish city of Alcala de Henare, one of the worst-hit communities of last Thursday's Madrid bombings, March 16, 2004.  [Reuters]

People hold up pictures of victims of last Thursday's Madrid bombings during a mourning march in the Spanish city of Alcala de Henares, one of the worst-hit communities, March 16, 2004.  [Reuters]

Spain's Queen Sofia (L) enters the Almudena cathedral with Madrid's Cardinal Antonio Maria Rouco Valela to attend a mass in Madrid March 16, 2004, in memory of the 201 people killed and 1,500 injured in the March 11 bombing attacks on trains in the Spanish capital. [Reuters]

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