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After her grandfather was assassinated by Basque separatists in 1977, Ybarra's family never talked about it. Using fiction to fill in the ... When four Eta militants arrived at his house carrying machine guns in 1977, they handcuffed his children to a bed and bundled him into a car. His body was discovered in ...
A demonstration demanding the release of prisoners affiliated with the Basque separatist group ETA outside the Martutene prison in San Sebastian on ... A year after militant Basque group ETA laid down its arms after a decades-long campaign of violence, people in the northern Spanish region are ... reconciliation

Rev Harold Good was speaking in Bilbao in Spain at the weekend, at a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the disarmament by the militant Basque separatist group ETA. ... The ETA group, which sought independence in the Basque region, killed over 800 people in a 40-year campaign of violence.
ETA, a Basque group labeled a terrorist organization by the United States and the European Union, and al Qaeda were the original suspects cited by the Spanish government. Through anonymous phone calls to Basque media outlets, ETA vehemently denied involvement. Islamic militants who were ... Bombings
On Monday, Larrea went free to his village and received him as a war hero. This type of ritual, with sometimes ridiculous dyes, occurs in Basque Country every week. Only last year, according to data compiled by Popular party, re were 78, to derision victims of militants terrorism. These, after having ...
Spain's Socialist prime minister, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, won re-election as voters dismissed worries about a slumping economy, immigration and resurgent Basque militants to hand him a second term. Five years ago: During U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's first trip to Afghanistan as ...

Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), the former militant Basque separatist group, renounced the use of violence as a political means on October 11th, 2011. The militants were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of civilians - thousands were also injured during the group's armed struggle against the ... Spain
04_08_basque_01 French police officers and bomb-disposal experts are seen during investigations in Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle near Bayonne, France, April 8, after basque militant separatist group ETA passed a list with the location of its arms caches to French authorities. Regis ...
Some held Basque flags and banners calling for “the emancipation of Savoy,” the south-eastern region that, like Corsica, has passed from Italian to ... days before Mr Macron is to unveil a monument marking the 20th anniversary of the assassination of a senior government official by separatist militants.
So too were Irish, Basque, Breton and other nationalists, and their diverse counterparts in the US and Latin America. ... Even the Islamist militant violence of the early 1990s, largely focused on the overthrow of local regimes with mujahideen often based in remote areas, involved a significant component of ...
Born in the Basque Country himself, Mr Lasheras puts the region's cautious approach down to the deep scars from the militant group Eta's bid for an independent Basque homeland - which saw more than 800 people killed over a 45-year-period until the organisation announced a permanent ceasefire in ...
The history of the Basque fight for independence is well-known. For decades, the militant group ETA sought independence for the small northern region on the border with France. The Spanish government finally forced the group to give up its weapons and its struggle for secession. But Madrid went further, ...
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 2010, surrendered its stockpiles of weapons.
04_08_basque_01 French police officers and bomb-disposal experts are seen during investigations in Saint-Pee-sur-Nivelle near Bayonne, France, April 8, after Basque militant separatist group ETA passed a list with the location of its arms caches to French authorities. Regis Duvignau/Reuters ...
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 on Friday. Several Basque political leaders, including the leader of the regional ...
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain said security forces had arrested the head of Basque militant separatist group ETA in south-western France on Saturday in a joint operation between the French domestic intelligence service and Spanish police. Mikel Irastorza was detained in a house in Ascain, a village near the ...
Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), the former militant Basque separatist group, renounced the use of violence as a political means on October 11th, 2011. The militants were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of civilians – thousands were also injured during the group's armed struggle against the Spanish ...

Like their counterparts in the Basque Country, the Catalan elites were reacting to the failure of the central state to respond to their economic needs. However ... and bankers were inhibited by their frequent recourse to the apparatus of the central state to repress a militant, particularly anarchist, working class.
Over the last 40 years, Spanish governments based in Madrid have granted further autonomy to the Catalan and Basque communities, at the same time as military officials have been quoted as ... Islamic militant groups rather than ETA were the perpetrators of the Madrid bombings (called '11-M' in Spain).
Born in the Basque Country himself, Mr Lasheras puts the region's cautious approach down to the deep scars from the militant group Eta's bid for an ...
The future of the Basque autonomous movement after Catalonia ... ETA, the leading pro-independence militant group in Basque, in the 1960s.
... of defending suspected Basque militants from extradition to Spain. ... to the Basque cause -- he also defended Turkish militant Fehriye Erdal, ...
A Belgian lawyer who previously defended members of the Basque militant ETA group, Paul Bekaert, told Spanish news outlets that ...
GUERNICA, Spain — Deep in the hills of the Basque region, ... was still not enough for some Basques — including a militant group, ETA, which ...
BERLIN — German authorities say two suspected members of the Basque separatist group ETA have been arrested in Berlin. Police and ...
The history of the Basque fight for independence is well-known. For decades, the militant group ETA sought independence for the small northern region on the border with France. The Spanish government finally forced the group to give up its weapons and its struggle for secession. But Madrid went further, ...
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 2010, surrendered its stockpiles of weapons.
Basque militant group ETA effectively ended an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century on Saturday, leading French authorities ...
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 on Friday. Several Basque political leaders, including the leader of the regional ...
Catalans — like those in Spain's Basque country — have historically faced national oppression under Spanish rule. Under the lash of the ...
... national — is to blame for failing to detect ISIS militants before it was ... Popular Party, mistakenly blamed the attacks on Basque separatists.
... counterterrorism work and have accumulated experience after decades of fighting Basque militants and religious extremism, but Catalonia's ...
Some government ministers had claimed that this was due to the experience in confronting the Basque militants of ETA over decades and also ...
... people were shot or blown up by Eta, the Basque separatist group. ... Last summer, Isis called on militants to attack Spanish tourist haunts ...
In response, the Basque and Catalan movements were downright militant. While the fight for Catalan independence sprang up with a ...
"ETA" is short for Euskadi Ta Askatasuna ("Basque Homeland and ... In 1973, ETA militants set off a bomb near a church where Spanish Prime ...
... century Russian anarchists to Irish, Israeli, Basque and Algerian nationalists. ... Some militants seek to avenge the deaths of friends and relatives from US ... The Mapping Militant Organizations database, hosted at Stanford ...
Lorsque je parle des militants de l'Associu, comment ne pas avoir une ... l'urgence d'une solution politique tant au Pays Basque qu'en Corse.
... ones not left fending for themselves in the Basque mountains (even ... they had a known Communist militant advising on the creation of the ...
The Islamic State militant group remained the most active "nonstate" ... with other militants like Colombian guerrillas and Basque separatists.
The Islamic State militant group remained the most active “non-state” ... with other militants like Colombian guerrillas and Basque separatists.
The militant group was formed following Spanish military dictator Francisco Franco's attempts to suppress the Basque language and its culture.
Spain's Basque region reached a quiet but major milestone earlier this month in the fight against homegrown terrorism. The Basque militant group ETA formally ...
It was thus notable, and welcome, that last weekend a militant Basque group quietly ended a decades-long reign of terror. On Saturday, in ...
Basque militant group ETA effectively ended an armed separatist campaign after almost half a century on Saturday, leading French authorities ...
Accused ETA Militant Extradited to Spain Despite Torture Claims ... extradite a former Basque politician and purported ETA activist to Spain after ... officers guilty of torturing suspected ETA militants, sentencing them to prison ...
A frame grab released January 10, 2011 shows the video declaration of three members of Spain's Basque Separatist Group ETA declaring a ...
A frame grab released January 10, 2011 shows the video declaration of three members of Spain's Basque Separatist Group ETA declaring a ...
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain said security forces had arrested the head of Basque militant separatist group ETA in south-western France on ...
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 ...


 

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