2004 train bombings in Spain

<div class="meta "><span class="caption-text ">Rescue workers cover up bodies alongside a bomb-damaged passenger train, following a number of explosions in Madrid, Spain, March 11, 2004, killing more rush-hour commuters and wounding more than 500 in Spain&#39;s worst terrorist attack ever. An Al-Qaida-linked group that claimed responsibility for the Madrid train bombings warned European nations that they have only two weeks to withdraw troops from Iraq or face the consequences, a pan-Arab newspaper reported Friday, July 2, 2004.  (AP Photo&#47;Paul White)</span></div>
May 2, 2011 2:23:27 AM PDT