Light Shed on Bombing Aftermath

Saturday's bombing at Madrid's Barajas International Airport has left two missing and 19 injured. The relatives of the two missing Ecuadorians, who are presumed dead, asked Spain's minister for permission to visit the site. Allegedly carried out by Basque separatist group ETA, the bombing has resulted in Spanish officials ceasing peace talks with the organization.

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