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A Spanish man suspected of helping to acquire the stolen dynamite used in the Madrid train bombings has been arrested in the Canary Islands.
Judicial sources say the man will be questioned next week by Judge Juan del Olmo who is leading the investigation into the March 11 attacks that killed around 200 people, and injured almost 2,000 others.
Officials have said the bombings were carried out by Islamist militants acting in the name of Al Qaeda.
Before the latest arrest, six Spaniards had been accused of playing a role in the attacks.
One is in jail under formal accusation of mass murder while the others have been released after questioning, but pending further investigation.
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