A Spanish court has sentenced three men to thousands of years in jail for their part in the Madrid bombings in 2004.
Moroccans Jamal Zougam and Otman el Ghanoui and Spaniard Emilio Trashorras were convicted of murder, but suspected mastermind Rabei Osman was acquitted.
Twenty-one - out of 28 on trial - were convicted and seven acquitted over the blasts on four trains that killed 191 and injured more than 1,800.
Victims' families said the accused had got off lightly.
All had pleaded not guilty to involvement in the Islamist attacks during the four-month trial.