Terror meeting

UN Secretary, General Kofi Annan, was in Madrid this week to address an anti-terrorism conference marking the first anniversary of the city’s terror-inspired train bombings. In total, 191 people were killed and more than 1,500 injured, when commuter trains exploded on March 11 last year. A number of world leaders will attend commemorations on the anniversary on Friday, when the Spanish capital will remember the dead by holding a minute’s silence and ringing the city’s church bells.