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His two presidential orders banning travelers from several Muslim-majority countries were seen by some as finally acknowledging the animosity of militant Islamist forces. But for others, the orders - blocked both times by courts - flew in the face of ...
His two presidential orders banning travelers from several Muslim-majority countries were seen by some as finally acknowledging the animosity of militant Islamist forces. But for others, the orders - blocked both times by courts - flew in the face of ...

"Despite the relative calm in the West Bank and Gaza, the EU sees the situation as extremely unstable. The Israeli settlement construction restraint is a hoax.
General masses in Spain held the North African immigrants linked to al-Qaeda for the train bombings, while the Prime Minister Aznar's attempts to blame the attack on Basque terror group Eta backfired the voters. Immediately after his ..... It was owing ...
London - A court in the United Kingdom authorized on Friday the extradition of a convicted member of a Basque terrorist group to Spain.
Guernica, ancient home of the Basque culture, was in 1937 in the midst of the Spanish civil war, sparked by a military coup against the established Republic of Spain.

A UN torture watchdog has asked the Swiss authorities not to extradite a convicted Basque militant who claims she was tortured in Spain.
Further, conservative politicians are more likely to support militant foreign policy positions than liberals, while liberals are more likely to support diplomatic solutions.
The term Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD) was probably used in the print media for the first time following the uproar over Germany's aerial bombardment of the Basque city of Guernica in April 1937.1 Only a year before, Italy had used mustard and other ...
When speaking about victims, Basque nationalists usually take into account the ETA militants and supporters killed during the "Dirty war" led by government-sanctioned counter-terrorism groups.
Basque militant separatist group ETA, which waged a bloody campaign for independence from Spain for over half a century, said early on Friday it had given up all its arms and explosives.
Eight people were detained in Seville, Spain, on Friday, April 14, after officials said they deliberately caused panic during crowded Good Friday processions in the early hours of the morning, sparking stampedes that led to multiple injuries ...
It was thus notable, and welcome, that last weekend a militant Basque group quietly ended a decades-long reign of terror. On Saturday, in Bayonne, France, the group Eta, whose assassinations and bombings killed more than 800 people between 1968 and ...
On April 8, the Basque separatist organisation ETA officially laid down its arms in Bayonne, France, informing the French authorities where its remaining stocks were stored.
T he Basque separatist organisation Eta staged its disarmament on April 8 in front of a crowd of supporters in the French city of Bayonne, putting an end to the longest-running conflict in Europe since World War Two.
The blueprint for decommissioning terrorist weapons through independently verifiable means is the same adopted recently by Eta, the Basque militant separatist group, with leading religious figures from Northern Ireland assisting the group on its ...
To many who have been studying the Basque conflict and concretely Eta during the last few years, this was something that caught our attention.

BAYONNE, France: French authorities Saturday uncovered tons of weapons and explosives at arms dumps identified by Eta, following the Basque separatist group's vow to disarm after its long and often bloody drive for independence. ETA had said in 2011 ...
Security forces were now searching the sites to neutralise the explosives and secure the weapons, French Interior Minister Matthias Fekl said at a news conference in Paris.
The U.S. military says an American soldier has been killed while conducting an operation against Islamic State militants in Afghanistan.
Editor: Mary Milliken 1 213 955 6735 Picture Desk: Singapore 65 6870 3775 Graphics queries: 65 6870 3595 (All times GMT/ET) TOP STORIES Uzbek man main suspect in Swedish truck attack that killed four Stockholm - A 39-year-old Uzbek man being ...
Bayonne and Madrid: Basque militant group Eta in effect ended an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century on Saturday, leading French authorities to the sites where it says its caches of weapons, explosives and ammunition are hidden.
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When speaking about victims, Basque nationalists usually take into account the ETA militants and supporters killed during the "dirty war" led by government-sanctioned counter-terrorism groups.
Eta, the Basque separatist group that is now handing in its weapons, killed more than 800 people in 3,300 attacks over 40 years - an average of just one death for every four attacks.
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In what is being dubbed "Basque Disarmament Day" by France24.com, Basque militant group Euskadi Ta Askatasuna handed over a cache of arms to French authorities early today, "effectively ending an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century ...
Basque militant group Eta effectively ended an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century on Saturday, leading French authorities to the sites where it says its caches of weapons, explosives and ammunition are hidden.
Basque militant group Eta effectively ended an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century on Saturday, leading French authorities to the sites where it says its caches of weapons, explosives and ammunition are hidden.
Madrid (Reuters) - Basque militant group ETA is to surrender its weapons to authorities on Saturday, drawing a line under more than four decades of armed struggle that gained it notoriety as one of Europe's most intractable separatist movements.
Anger among Basques at repression under General Francisco Franco led to the founding of Eta (Euskadi Ta Askatasuna - Basque Country and Freedom) in 1959. Following Spain's return to democracy in the 1970s, the region gained more autonomy and the ...
"The only real guarantee to succeed are the thousands of people gathering tomorrow in Bayonne supporting the disarmament," the group adds, referring to the southwestern French town where thousands of pro-Basque independence supporters are ...
BILBAO, Spain, (Reuters) - Basque political parties said on Wednesday they hoped a pledge by militant separatist group ETA to disarm this weekend would draw a line under a decades-long campaign that killed more than 800 people across Spain.
police officers secure the site of excavations in relation to a missing Basque activist Jose Miguel Etxeberria "Naparra"' who disappeared in 1980, near the village of Labrit, southwestern France, Tuesday, April 4, 2017.
A Spanish student who wrote 13 tweets about the assassination of a prime minister by Basque militants in 1973 has been given a one-year jail term.
Founded in 1959, the group, whose name stands for "Basque Country and Freedom" in the Basque language, sought to create a homeland in the Basque region in northern Spain and southwestern France. Its campaign of ... The Eta, whose ranks once totaled ...
However, as this week's terrorist attack on Westminster demonstrated once again, Britain remains under attack, this time by militant Islamists of various hue - al-Qa'ida, the so-called Islamic State or Daesh, and miscellaneous individuals who are ...
"Martin McGuinness knew the Basque conflict perfectly. The fraternal ties between Izquierda Abertzale [the patriotic left] and Republicans served him during the last decades to know closely the way undertaken in Euskal Herria in the search for peace ...
... suspected ETA militants, sentencing them to prison and ordering them to pay compensation to their victims. The ETA was founded in 1959 in response to Spanish dictator Francisco Franco's brutal repression of Basque culture and independent politics.
The militant group Eta has resolved to disarm fully by 8 April, sources close to talks between the Basque separatists and Spanish government have said.
Reuters Madrid (Reuters) - The Spanish government will give nothing in exchange for disarmament of the Basque militant separatist group ETA, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Saturday.
Founded in 1959, the group, whose name stands for "Basque Country and Freedom" in the Basque language, sought to create a homeland in the Basque region in northern Spain and southwestern France. Its campaign of ... The Eta, whose ranks once totaled ...
However, as this week's terrorist attack on Westminster demonstrated once again, Britain remains under attack, this time by militant Islamists of various hue - al-Qa'ida, the so-called Islamic State or Daesh, and miscellaneous individuals who are ...
"Martin Mcguinness knew the Basque conflict perfectly. The fraternal ties between Izquierda Abertzale [the patriotic left] and Republicans served him during the last decades to know closely the way undertaken in Euskal Herria in the search for peace ...
... suspected ETA militants, sentencing them to prison and ordering them to pay compensation to their victims. The ETA was founded in 1959 in response to Spanish dictator Francisco Franco's brutal repression of Basque culture and independent politics.
The militant group Eta has resolved to disarm fully by 8 April, sources close to talks between the Basque separatists and Spanish government have said.
Madrid (AP) - Basque civil society groups will fully disarm the separatist group ETA by April 8, a French environmental activist with ties to the Basque community promised Friday. The militants announced a permanent cease-fire in 2011, but the ...
Basque civil society groups will fully disarm the separatist group ETA by April 8, a French environmental activist with ties to the Basque community promised Friday. The militants announced a permanent cease-fire in 2011, but the governments of Spain ...
Madrid: Basque militant separatist group ETA are set to announce plans to disarm and have scheduled a full handover of weapons for April 8, six years after declaring a permanent cease-fire, France's Le Monde newspaper reported Friday.
The Basque separatist group ETA plans to fully lay down its weapons by April 8 by providing the location of stockpiles, the head of the regional Basque government said Friday. Inigo Urkullu confirmed the possibility that ETA was ready to give up its ...


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