Basque conflict
The Basque conflict, also known as the Spain–ETA conflict, was an armed and political conflict between the Spanish state, France and the Basque National Liberation Movement, a group of social and poli...
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ETA
ETA ([eta], [ˈeta]), an acronym for Euskadi Ta Askatasuna ([eus̺kaði ta as̺katas̺una]; "Basque Homeland and Freedom") is an armed Basque nationalist and separatist organization. The group was founded ...
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List of ETA attacks
This page is a list of attacks undertaken (or believed to have been undertaken) by the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), an armed Basque separatist movement, mainly in Spain. The list includes attacks by a...
List of ETA attacks - Wikipedia
Mugalari
Mugalari is a Basque word used to designate people who help others cross the border between France and Spain, mainly for political reasons. The term is a combination of the words "muga" (border) and "...
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Cafetería Rolando bombing
The Cafetería Rolando bombing was an attack on the Rolando cafe in Calle del Correo, Madrid, Spain which killed 13 people and wounded 71. Though no claim of responsibility was made, the attack is wide...
Cafetería Rolando bombing - Wikipedia
Operación Ogro
Operación Ogro (Operation Ogre) was the name given by the Basque liberation group ETA (Euskadi Ta Askatasuna) to its assassination of Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco, the Prime Minister of Spain, on 20 De...
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Arnaldo Otegi
Arnaldo Otegi Mondragón (born 6 July 1958) is a Basque politician, currently in prison, he was elected as Secretary General of abertzale Basque separatist party Sortu in February 2013. He has been a m...
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2006 Madrid Barajas International Airport bombing
The 2006 Madrid–Barajas Airport bombing occurred on 30 December 2006 when a van bomb exploded in the Terminal 4 parking area at the Madrid–Barajas Airport in Spain, killing two and injuring 52. On 9 J...
2006 Madrid Barajas International Airport bombing - Wikipedia
Sortu
Sortu (English: Create) is a Basque socialist political party. Founded in February 2011, it is the first political party belonging to the Basque nationalist "abertzale left" that openly rejects an...
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Donostia-San Sebastián International Peace Conference
The International Conference to Promote the Resolution of the Conflict in the Basque Country — more widely known as the Donostia-San Sebastián International Peace Conference — was a conference aimed a...
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2009 Palma Nova bombing
The 2009 Palma Nova bombing occurred on July 30, 2009 when a limpet bomb went off outside a Civil Guard barracks in the town of Palma Nova, Majorca, Spain. The bomb was placed under a patrol car and t...
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Basque National Liberation Movement
The Basque National Liberation Movement (Spanish: Movimiento de Liberación Nacional Vasco, MLNV; Basque: Euskal Nazio Askapenerako Mugimendua, "ENAM") is an umbrella term that comprises all social...
ETA's 2006 ceasefire declaration
ETA's 2006 "permanent ceasefire" was the period spanning between 24 March and 30 December 2006 during which, following an ETA communiqué, the Spanish government, led by José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero on...
ETA's 2006 ceasefire declaration - Wikipedia
Batasuna
Batasuna (English: Unity, originally Herri Batasuna or "Unity of the People") was a Basque nationalist political party based mainly in Spain, where it was outlawed in 2003, after a very contested ...
Parot doctrine
The term Parot Doctrine - Spanish: Doctrina Parot - refers to a 2006 Spanish Supreme Court decision to deny persons convicted of serious crimes specific rights granted by Spanish law which serve to li...
Inés del Río Prada
Inés del Río Prada (born 2 September 1958) is a Spaniard convicted of terrorist offences. She was born in Tafalla, Navarra, in the north of Spain. She was a member of Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), wh...
ETA's 2006 "permanent ceasefire"
ETA's 2006 "permanent ceasefire" was the period spanning between 24 March and 30 December 2006 during which, following an ETA communiqué, the Spanish government, led by José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero on...
ETA's 2006 "permanent ceasefire" - Wikipedia
2009 Burgos bombing
The 2009 Burgos bombing occurred on 29 July 2009, when at least 65 people were injured after a van bomb carrying more than 300 kg of explosive went off outside a Civil Guard barracks in the north...
2009 Burgos bombing - Wikipedia
Grupos Antiterroristas de Liberación
GAL (an acronym for Grupos Antiterroristas de Liberación, "Antiterrorist Liberation Groups") were death squads established illegally by officials of the Spanish government to fight ETA, the principal...