On March 11, 2004 bombs ripped apart commuter trains arriving
at Madrid's Atocha Station.
Nearly 200 people died, more than 1400 were injured. The day became known in
Spain as 3/11.
The moment marked a new battlefront in al-Qaeda's war against the West,
a war in which the enemy is invisible, in which the objective is mass murder.
The Emmy-awarding winning team of reporter Linden MacIntyre and producer Neil
are joined by the New York Times and PBS' Frontline, in an investigation of al-Qaeda's
war without borders.
NEW: War without Borders recently
won a Canadian Association of Journalists Award. MORE