ECB mourns Spanish bomb victims

In Frankfurt on Thursday 11 March, about 150 employees of the European Central Bank gathered before the bank headquarters in a memorial service for the victims of the Madrid bombing.

Some of the employees held placards condemning international terrorism, Expatica reported.

The government declared three days of national mourning and said schools, museums and the central bank would shut on Friday. King Juan Carlos made a sombre television address to the stunned Spanish people on Thursday.

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