Eta blamed for Spanish car bombs

The authorities suspect separatist group Eta is behind both explosions.

    A coded warning from Eta gave Spanish police
    time to clear the area [EPA]

    The interior ministry has blamed Eta for both attacks.

    Since abandoning a ceasefire in June 2007, Eta has killed four people and carried out a series of bombings mostly in the northeastern Basque region.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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