Reuters chatted with Enrique Iglesias after a concert in Bangalore, India where he talked about the terrorism in his birth city of Madrid. “I grew up in Madrid and we grew up with terrorism… my grandfather was kidnapped when I was seven years old,” he said. “So I have lived close to it. At the same time, but I think in this country, it (terrorism) goes to much higher levels.” He said the latest terror attacks on Madrid, which killed more than 192 people have had an ever-lasting effect on him.
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