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ETA member rearrested in Spain after brief release from 17 year sentence

A FORMER member of Basque separatist group ETA has been rearrested after losing an appeal to the Spanish Supreme Court.  The Supreme Court refused the...

Basque separatist group ETA dropped from US foreign terrorist blacklist

THE Basque seperatist group ETA is set to be removed from the United States foreign terrorist blacklist.  Under the full name of Basque Fatherland and...

Support for independence reaches historic low in Spain’s Basque Country

SUPPORT for breaking away from Spain has fallen to a historic low in the Basque Country which went through a forty year armed conflict...

King Felipe VI honours victims of terrorism in Spain at memorial in Basque city of Vitoria

KING Felipe and Queen Letizia on Tuesday visited a reproduction of a safe house used by the Basque separatist organisation to hold a kidnapped...

ETA member acquitted of double attack in Spain’s Valencia in 2003, where Brit expat was injured

AN ETA member has been acquitted for his role in multiple attacks in the Valencian Community in 2003.

Up to 200,000 protestors form human chain calling for independence referendum for Spain’s Basque Country

ALMOST 200,000 protestors formed a human chain to call for a referendum on the independence of the Basque Country from Spain.  Spaniards from the wealthy...

Podemos launches bus denouncing corruption by politicians and bankers in Spain

Prime minister Mariano Rajoy and ex prime ministers Felipe González and José María Aznar are among the 10 caricatures pasted onto the side of the left-wing political party’s eye-catching ‘Tramabus.’

Basque terrorist group Eta plan to disarm

Terrorist group Eta is responsible for 800 deaths over four decades, and the disarmament could potentially end the violence

Spain convicts student for tweets about ETA bomb victim

Vera may not have to serve the jail sentence, but her chances of becoming a teacher are at risk

Spanish cops find stash of explosives belonging to ETA terrorists

It is known as Spain's deadliest terror group having killed 860 people in its history

Rapper in Mallorca given three years for lyrics about terrorism and King Juan Carlos

Valtonyc has been convicted of threats, glorifying terrorism and insulting the crown

From dictatorship to democracy: The legacy of Spain’s first post-Franco leader

It is 40 years since Suarez's introduction of the civil war 'pact of forgetting' and Spain's first democratic elections

Spanish police arrest 14 for glorifying terrorism on social media

The arrests were made in seven of Spain's 17 regions, including Alicante and Granada

Podemos and Catalan delegates joined ETA supporters in secret Venezuela visit

Maria Jose Aguilar held talks at conference organised by president Nicolas Maduro

Spanish judge charges five suspected ETA terrorists with crimes against humanity

Judge acts against Basque paramilitaries after attacks that killed 12

Two top ETA terror chiefs arrested in French police raid

Sources claim third terror chief held after police stake out property in Pyrenees

Bomb blast victim could become new Socialist leader today

Current leader Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba will make a return to teaching

Leader of Podemos sues PP official over links to Castro and terrorist group ETA

Pablo Iglesias is also suing newspaper El Mundo

ETA assassin acquitted for murder of Isaias Carrasco

The National Court let the ETA terrorist walk for lack of evidence

Spanish terror suspect arrested in Britain

Raul Angel Fuentes Villota, an alleged Eta member linked to several murders, has been arrested in Liverpool

Where justice meets farce: Garzon, the Spanish ‘superjudge’

Selfless human rights crusader, or show-off with a warped sense of his own powers? Eloise Horsfield takes a look at the controversial career of Spanish ‘superjudge’ Baltasar Garzon

Spanish terror suspect wanted for trying to kill King Juan Carlos faces extradition

Eneko Gogeaskoetxea Arronategui was arrested after being recognised at a squash club in Cambridge

Judge steps down after calling ETA members ‘bastards’

Angela Murillo insulted the separatists with her microphone turned on

Delegates’ plea to Eta

A Basque Country conference ends in peace plea to the separatist group

Spain’s most wanted terror suspect lived in Cambridge

Eta terror group suspect was respected member of local squash club

ETA calls truce

The Basque terrorists have called a permanent ceasefire





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