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Wednesday, March 17, 2004
Police identify Moroccan suspects
MADRID, MARCH 16. The Spanish police said on Tuesday they had detained an Algerian who allegedly talked about a terrorist attack in Madrid two months before it happened. The toll in the train bombings rose to 201. Ali Amrous was picked up on ...
Zapatero's stand on Iraq shocks Europe
MADRID, MARCH 16. Spain's Prime Minister-elect, the Socialist Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, yesterday followed his dramatic election triumph with a pledge to bring troops home from Iraq and accusations that the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, ...
Khan network earned $100 millions from Libyan deal alone: U.S.
OAK RIDGE, (U.S.), march 16. The Bush administration has said that the clandestine network created by Abdul Qadeer Khan, the Pakistani nuclear scientist, netted $100 millions for the technology it sold to Libya alone, and for the first time ...
Blair `vulnerable' after Aznar's defeat
LONDON, MARCH 16. After the surprise defeat of the Spanish Prime Minister, Jose Maria Aznar, in Sunday's elections, is it now the turn of his closest U.S. ally in Europe, Tony Blair, to face the consequences of supporting the invasion of ...
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