A Spanish court will announce verdicts and sentences on Oct. 31 for the men charged over train bombings in Madrid in 2004, the deadliest attack linked to al Qaeda in Europe, it said on Oct. 10. The 28 men, mainly Arabs living in Spain but also several Spaniards, are accused of planning, carrying out or assisting in the bombing of four commuter trains arriving in the city center from working class suburbs on the morning of March 11, 2004. (Reuters)

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