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Hundreds of people gathered at Bologna's train station Thursday to commemorate victims of the terror attack that took place there 38 years ago.

Some 85 people died and over 200 were injured on Aug. 2, 1980, when a time bomb exploded in a busy waiting room inside the train station in what remains the fourth deadliest terror attack on European soil.

The neo-fascist terror organization Nuclei Armati Rivoluzionari (Armed Revolutionary Groups) was deemed responsible for the atrocity and two of its leading members were found guilty of carrying out the attack.