Sunday, March 14, 2004

New Government for Spain

On Thursday March 11 2004 a series of bombs exploded at railway stations in Madrid, killing more than 200 people. Throughout Spain, millions took to the streets to protest against terrorism. On Sunday March 14 Spain's government - widely seen as hiding the truth about who was responsible for the attacks - was thrown out in the general election. Here the Guardian presents a selection of images from the days following the attack, a moment in history...and at least change seems like it is on the way...see picture series...