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Ambush of Spaniards in Iraq renews anti-war furor
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Madrid-AP -- Spain's prime minister says withdrawing from Iraq after seven Spaniards were killed would be the worst route the country could take.

He addressed the nation in a live broadcast as the bodies of victims of yesterday's attack were being prepared to fly back to Spain.

A 70-year-old Madrid housewife says she was shocked with the images of Iraqi young men putting their feet on the bodies of the slain Spaniards.

She also says she feels furious against those who instigated the war and caused a massacre she says could have been avoided.

A poll conducted by the newspaper El Mundo's Web site found that 68 percent of respondents say Spanish troops should return home, while 32 percent say they should stay.

Copyright 2003 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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