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Last Updated: Friday, 12 March, 2004, 01:39 GMT
In pictures: Spain's anguish
Dead victims
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After the blasts on commuter trains on 11 March, 2004, the bodies of those killed piled up in Madrid's makeshift mortuaries.
Giving blood in Madrid
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Many people came forward to give blood to allow the hard-pressed hospitals to treat the 1,200 injured.
Blood donor queue
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The long queues of volunteers testified to Madrid's solidarity.
Spanish troops in Iraq
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The shock spread well beyond Spain's borders. Spanish troops in Iraq e-mailed friends and relatives looking for news.
Members of Spain's royal family
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Spain's royal family appeared shocked as they visited victims in Madrid's hospitals. King Juan Carlos condemned the attacks in a national address.
Anti-Eta protest in Madrid
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But the sense of shock soon gave way to anger. There were rallies protesting against Eta, initially the prime suspects for the attacks, in all major cities.
Candle tributes in Barcelona
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Candles were laid for all of those killed and injured.




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