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Spain destroys weapons of Basque separatist group

Madrid - Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Thursday presided over a ceremony to destroy more than 1,000 guns and other weapons seized over the years from Basque separatist group ETA, which disbanded in 2018.

Fate of ETA prisoners a minefield for Spain's government

Madrid - Two years after ETA disbanded, Spain's government is accelerating moves to transfer jailed Basque separatist militants to prisons closer to home, angering families whose lives were shattered by their violence.

Eta toll rises to at least 57 in hard-hit Honduras

Tegucigalpa - The death toll in Honduras from Tropical Storm Eta has more than doubled in 24 hours, with authorities Monday reporting 57 people had died as rescuers search for bodies.

Eta makes landfall in Florida Keys after lashing Cuba

Miami - Tropical Storm Eta made landfall at the Florida Keys late Sunday, bringing heavy rains and strong winds after slamming Cuba and earlier cutting a deadly path through Central America and southern Mexico.

Eta hits Cuba with strong winds, rain

Havana - Tropical storm Eta brought strong winds and torrential rain to Cuba on Sunday after having earlier cut a destructive and deadly path through parts of Central America and southern Mexico.

Storm Eta takes a heavy toll as it tears across Central America

Guatemala City - Scores of people, including 50 in Guatemala, have died as the remnants of Hurricane Eta on Thursday unleashed floods and triggered landslides on its deadly march across Central America.

HBO series tackles Spain taboo over Basque ETA separatists

Elorrio - Ten years after the separatist group ETA renounced its armed struggle, few will speak of the bloody campaign that ravaged Spain's Basque country, but a new TV series is hoping to shatter that taboo.

Thousands march in Spain's Basque region for return of ETA prisoners

Bilbao - Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in the Basque Country on Saturday to demand prisoners linked to the former armed separatist group ETA be transferred to jails closer to the northern Spanish region.

Outcry in Spain over public TV interview of ex-ETA member

Madrid - An interview on Spain's public television with a Basque independence leader formerly part of the ETA separatist group caused an outcry Thursday, pitting victims and right-wing parties against free speech defenders.

France releases, then re-arrests, ex-ETA boss

Paris - A Paris court Wednesday ordered the conditional release of a former Basque separatist leader arrested last month after 16 years on the run -- only for him to be re-arrested after a Spanish extradition request.

Retrials set for former ETA leader arrested in France

Paris - A former leader of the Basque separatist group ETA who was arrested in France last month after 16 years on the run, will be retried on two convictions, judicial sources said Tuesday.

Josu Ternera, the 'grandfather' of ETA

Madrid - Josu Ternera, who was arrested Thursday in France after more than 16 years on the run, is one of the most influential leaders of the former Basque separatist group ETA who oversaw deadly attacks as well as secret talks with Madrid.

Fugitive ex-leader of ETA detained in France

Bonneville - Josu Ternera, one of the most influential leaders of former Basque separatist group ETA, was arrested in France on Thursday after more than 16 years on the run, Spain's interior ministry said.

Thousands demand transfers for ETA prisoners in Basque protest

Bilbao - Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in the Basque Country on Saturday demanding that prisoners linked to the former armed separatist group ETA be transferred to jails closer to the northern Spanish region.

Fate of ETA prisoners divides Spain

Madrid - ETA may be history but the dilemma of what to do with prisoners linked to the former armed separatist group stirs passions in the Basque Country, where a protest in their favour is due Saturday.

Details emerge of Basque separatist group ETA's attacks

Madrid - In its last internal newsletter before it dissolved, ETA said it had killed 758 people in its decades-long campaign for independence, a newspaper that was once the Basque separatist group's mouthpiece revealed on Tuesday.

After years in jail, ex-ETA militants still root for independence

Donostia-san Sebasti - Antton Lopez Ruiz spent over 26 years in jail for his deadly militancy in Basque separatist group ETA. While that part of his life is over, his desire for independence is still very much alive.

ETA member leaves Spanish prison after 30 years

Madrid - A key ETA member on Sunday left jail in Spain after 30 years behind bars for his role in attacks by the Basque separatists, including their deadliest ever, prison authorities said.

French Basque Country set for ETA's final dissolution act

Cambo-les-bains - ETA ends its days-long dissolution process Friday at a peace conference in the French Basque Country, putting paid to western Europe's last armed insurgency after more than four decades of violence.

Basque Country says farewell to ETA

Salvatierra - "ETA, Farewell and go with honour" reads graffiti in Spain's Basque Country as the separatist group disbands, a move many feel was long in coming in a region where nationalist feelings still run high.

Key dates in history of Basque group ETA

Madrid - Key dates in the history of the armed Basque separatist movement ETA, which announced it had fully disbanded in a letter published on Wednesday.

Healing wounds in Spain's Basque Country after ETA

Portugalete - Ivan Ramos often sees the ETA-linked murderer of his mother in his Basque town of Portugalete and has had to learn to live with it.

ETA peace conference called for May 4: mediator

Bayonne - An international conference to support the peace process in the Basque region is to be held in France in early May, a mediator said Monday, as separatist group ETA prepares to disband.

Thousands rally for ETA prisoners in Basque city

Bilbao - Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Bilbao in northern Spain on Saturday, urging better conditions for jailed members or collaborators of ETA just weeks before the Basque separatist group is due to disband.

Basque separatists ETA apologise in step to disbandment

Bilbao - Basque separatist group ETA asked forgiveness from its victims for the first time Friday for the "pain" caused by its decades-long campaign of violence, in a penultimate step towards disbandment.

Basque separatist group ETA apologises for 'harm' it caused

Madrid - The Basque separatist group ETA apologised Friday for the "pain" and "harm" it caused during its decades-long campaign of violence, and appealed to its victims for forgiveness."We have caused a lot of pain, and irreparable harm.

Basque group ETA to announce dissolution 'on May 5 or 6': mediator

Madrid - The Basque militant group ETA will make the highly anticipated announcement of its dissolution on the first weekend in May, an international mediator told Basque radio Thursday.

Spain court confirms 535 years jail for ETA militants

Madrid - Spain's Supreme Court confirmed 535-year prison sentences for two ETA militants, it said Wednesday, just weeks before the Basque separatist group is expected to announce its dissolution after decades of violence.

Spanish police question four over homage to late ETA member

Madrid - Spanish police held and questioned four Basque separatists for several hours Tuesday for paying homage to a former leading member of separatist group ETA who died in November.

Basque separatist group ETA puts dissolution to vote: report

Madrid - Basque militant separatist group ETA has put its proposed dissolution to an internal vote, according to extracts of a letter by its leaders published Thursday in Basque newspaper Gara.
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