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Topic - Eta
The Basque separatist group ETA confirms it has begun to store weapons beyond its members' reach and says the secretive process eventually will render its entire arsenal harmless.
International mediators say the armed Basque separatist group ETA has placed a small quantity of guns and explosives out of use in what is seen as a first step toward an unconditional total disarmament.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln on Thursday suspended a fraternity's activities for alcohol and fire code violations and barred members from living in the chapter's house.
As thousands of applicants awaited training, a Navajo Nation program to support job education on Indian reservations wasted $16.5 million and let another $13.4 million sit unused, a federal investigation has concluded.
A member of the Basque separatist group ETA responsible for its arms and explosives caches was arrested in eastern France on Sunday, officials said.
In the final presidential debate, President Obama told us what he did after the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist murders in Benghazi of Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans. He also told us what he did to take the United States into Libya before the attack.
In thousands of Earth orbits, the space shuttle Endeavour traveled 123 million miles. But the last few miles of its final journey are proving hard to get through.
In thousands of Earth orbits, the space shuttle Endeavour traveled 123 million miles, but the last few miles of its final journey are proving hard to get through.
Maurice Sendak didn't think of himself as a children's author, but as an author who told the truth about childhood.
Maurice Sendak, the children's book author and illustrator who saw the sometimes dark side of childhood in books such as "Where the Wild Things Are" and "In the Night Kitchen," died early Tuesday. He was 83.
French police acting alongside Spanish counterparts arrested three men at a railway station in France on suspicion of belonging to Basque separatist group ETA, the Interior Ministry said Sunday.
The Basque militant group ETA issued a statement Thursday saying it is ending its 43-year armed campaign for independence and calling on Spain and France to open talks.
Iceland faces more economic uncertainty and a drawn-out European court case after its voters rejected for a second time a plan to repay $5 billion to Britain and the Netherlands from a bank crash.
Basque separatists launched a new political party they say rejects violence by the armed group ETA. The unprecedented step Monday was designed to move the troubled region toward peace.
India on Monday said Chinese troops had threatened Indian workers in an area of the Himalayas claimed by both countries, in the latest sign of long-standing cross-border friction.