From the BBC:
Spain is marking the second anniversary of the Madrid train bombings, in which 191 people were killed.
The prime minister will attend a wreath-laying ceremony in the Forest of Remembrance at noon, which will be followed by a five-minute silence.
A delegation from Morocco – the country of origin of many of the suspects – has travelled to the city to join events.
Islamic militants with links to al-Qaeda said they carried out the attacks on the four commuter trains.
A number of key suspects killed themselves in a stand-off with police weeks after the bombings, but the investigation to find others involved has continued.
Twenty-five people are being held in jail pending trial.