11-M is a graphic novelized account of the terrorist train bombings that occurred in Madrid on March 11th 2004, when ten bombs exploded on four commuter trains during the morning rush hour, killing 191 people and injuring 1,857. The next day, in a march against terrorism organized by the government, 11.4 million people-nearly 25% of Spain's population-flocked to the streets around the country. While blame first fell upon the Basque separatist group ETA, the bombings were quickly discovered to be the work of Jihad extremists who were convicted in 2007, four of whom were absolved in 2008. There is still great controversy regarding who was truly responsible for the attacks, and the government has been widely criticized for the way it handled the investigations and its representation. But these are issues for another talk.
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Description du livre Panini Comics, Spain. Perfect Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 8498851467