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  • Basque militants vow to put all arms beyond reach

    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.

  • Ram Manikkalingam, a member of the commission overseeing the Basque group ETA's ceasefire, announced in 2011, right, shows a document from ETA after the armed group announced a first step in disarmament, putting some weapons and explosives out of use, in Bilbao northern Spain, Friday, Feb. 21, 2014. ETA is blamed for killing some 830 people between the late 1960s in bombings and its 2011 cease-fire in a campaign for a Basque homeland in northern Spain and southwest France. (AP Photo/Alvaro Barrientos)

    Experts say Basque group ETA seals arms cache

    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.

  • Briefly: French police arrest top Basque ETA leader

    A member of the Basque separatist group ETA responsible for its arms and explosives caches was arrested in eastern France on Sunday, officials said.

  • Briefly

    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.

  • ** FILE ** In this video grab provided by the Basque separatist group ETA to the newspaper website Gara.net on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010, three masked ETA members declare a cease-fire in their efforts to establish an independent Basque homeland in northern Spain and southwestern France. (AP Photo/Gara.net)

    Basque separatists end armed independence campaign

    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.

  • New Basque party launched, rejects ETA violence

    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.

  • Briefly

    Basque separatist group ETA reportedly says it is willing to declare a permanent cease-fire, verified by international observers, in a bid to settle the troubled region's long-running conflict with the Spanish government.

  • In this undated photo released by the Basque newspaper Gara on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010, two unidentified and masked ETA members give an interview in which they say the violent, armed group is prepared to abide by such conditions as set out in March in a document called the Brussels Declaration. (AP Photo/Gara)

    ETA willing to declare permanent cease-fire

    The Basque separatist group ETA reportedly says it is willing to declare a permanent cease-fire, verified by international observers, in a bid to settle the troubled region's long-running conflict with the Spanish government.

  • ** FILE ** In this video grab provided by the Basque separatist group ETA to the newspaper website Gara.net on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010, three masked ETA members declare a cease-fire in their efforts to establish an independent Basque homeland in northern Spain and southwestern France. (AP Photo/Gara.net)

    Spain not convinced new Basque truce is credible

    Spaniards inured to cease-fire announcements by the violent Basque separatist group ETA were mulling whether the latest one holds anything different or will fail like the others to end Europe's last major armed militancy.

  • Briefly

    A study chaired by the chief economist of the International Energy Agency (IEA) is making a strong case for the introduction of nuclear energy in Italy.

  • ** FILE ** In this video grab provided by the Basque separatist group ETA to the newspaper website Gara.net on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010, three masked ETA members declare a cease-fire in their efforts to establish an independent Basque homeland in northern Spain and southwestern France. (AP Photo/Gara.net)

    Basque separatists announce cease-fire

    The Basque separatist militant group ETA declared a cease-fire in a video statement issued on Sunday.

  • Bush visa plan draws copycat response

    Americans traveling to Europe may soon be required to go online at least 48 hours before they leave and obtain electronic entry visas, EU officials said.

  • Bush visa plan draws copycat response

    Americans traveling to Europe may soon be required to go online at least 48 hours before they leave and obtain electronic entry visas, EU officials said.

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