Sarkozy to tackle French ETA

President attends funeral of French policeman allegedly shot in Paris by separatist group.

    Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, has vowed to eradicate bases in France belonging to Eta, the Basque armed separatist organisation.

    Sarkozy's comments at the funeral of a French policeman shot in Paris last week by a suspected member of the group.

    The funeral in the French capital was also attended by Jose Luis Zapatero, the Spanish prime minister.

    Tim Friend reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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