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Our analysis is guided by a public announcement by ETA that the group would shift from emphasizing attacks in the Basque territory to launch attacks more widely in the hopes of exhausting the Spanish government and. The announcement It brought an end to a bloody campaign that started when Eta killed its first victim, a police officer, in 1968. Dec 3, 2004 Has ETA carried out attacks since Sept. Some experts say Jan 10, 2011 The data below published by the Spanish El Ministerio del Interior shows how many people have been killed by the group by year. en la Terminal 4 del Aeropuerto de Barajas en Madrid. Until yesterday, however, no Islamist attack had taken place on Spanish soil since March 2004 when bombs on four commuter trains in Madrid killed Terrorist attacks occur in an apparently random manner. Aug 17, 2017 Barcelona: '1 dead, 32 injured' in terror attack near Las Ramblas. May 22, 2010 Escombros del atentado de E. Mar 12, 2004 As the death toll climbed further this morning, Foreign Minister Ana Palacio told French radio that "everything appears to indicate" ETA was responsible for the worst terrorist attack in Spanish history. ETA, which was responsible for some 843 deaths and hundreds of injuries, bomb explosions, kidnappings and bank robberies, Jul 20, 2016 A Spanish court has found the lead vocalist of a rap rock band not guilty of glorifying terrorism when he joked about attacks carried out by Basque separatist group Eta and other radical groups on Twitter. 11, 2001? — Yes. Apr 14, 2017 In recent days the world has witnessed terrorist attacks on innocent citizens in Sweden and Egypt. The tables break down the data collected since Eta's last attack on 16th March 2010 into locations Jan 10, 2011 March 17 - A French police officer is shot and killed near Paris after suspected ETA rebels fire on his patrol while leaving a car robbery scene. ETA has been quieter than usual since September 11, but experts say this may reflect successful law enforcement pressure rather than any moral or tactical retreat from terrorism by ETA. In 1980 the highest number was recorded with a total of 92 killings that year. We employ . A. ft. Since 1961, ETA Jul 7, 2011 1959: Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (Eta), or Basque Homeland and Freedom, founded during dictatorship of Gen Franco. Most of the attacks were preceded by a warning call, allowing people to evacuate before the explosion. It comes just hours after two separate bomb attacks in the Basque region injure 11 people. -- September 5 - ETA decides to stop carrying out armed attacks, according to a statement published by Basque-language newspaper Gara on its website. The organization's deadliest single attack occurred in 1987, when a bomb planted by the organization exploded in the Jan 10, 2011 March 17 - A French police officer is shot and killed near Paris after suspected ETA rebels fire on his patrol while leaving a car robbery scene. It demanded that Eta "disarm and dissolve itself". In January 2011, it declared a permanent and "internationally verifiable" ceasefire but refused to disarm. The Spanish government says that ETA has carried out more than Mar 11, 2004 The following are key attacks in Spain blamed on the Basque (search) separatist group ETA (search). When that attack happened, Spanish media and officials thought initially that the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), a Basque separatist group, might have been responsible. Important failed attacks are also included. 1968: Eta carries out its first planned attack by killing a police chief in San Sebastian. After Eta: Spain's history of violence - Financial Times www. 16-18 September 2008: The Supreme Court bans two But the Spanish government said the group would "get nothing" in exchange. Apr 12, 2016 A member of the hacking group Electronik Tribulation Army (ETA) pleaded guilty last week for launching a DDoS attack on a researcher's site. "ETA" is short for Euskadi Ta Askatasuna ("Basque Homeland and Liberty" in English), Since 9/11, ETA has been implicated in dozens of attacks, though many of them were minor and caused no injuries. But with no results after all this time, why does the organization keep turning to violence?Feb 24, 2011 In this paper we examine spatial and temporal patterns of terrorist attacks by the Spanish group ETA between 1970 and 2007. . Its announcement followed a decision on 5 September 2010 not to carry out further attacks. However, as terrorist groups are rational, there must be an underlying pattern behind terrorist attacks. "Everything appears to indicate that this terrible carnage is the work of ETA," said the minister told Europe 1 Jul 31, 2009 On the 50th anniversary of its founding, Spain's Basque separatist group ETA carried out two bombings, killing two and injuring dozens. Aug 17, 2017 Another part of Spain's history came into play in the fallout of the 2004 attack, however, when the government initially sought to blame the Basque separatist group ETA for the bombings until later evidence emerged. Some experts say ETA is known to responsible for 2005 terrorist attacks between 1970 and 2010, making them the fourth most active terrorist group in the world during this period. Bombings, shootings, and assassinations are the most common types of attacks. The list includes attacks by all the branches and divisions that ETA had through its history, as well as some kale borroka attacks. A bomb placed in the basement of a popular superstore, Hipercor, by Eta, the Basque terrorist group, killed 21 and left scores of other shoppers wounded. • They are responsible for over 800 fatalities. Jan 10, 2011 The data below published by the Spanish El Ministerio del Interior shows how many people have been killed by the group by year. 18, 2008. This study will use a few examples of previous ETA attacks, to see Aug 18, 2017 Spain became inured to terrorism in the last four decades of the 20th century when 800 people were shot or blown up by Eta, the Basque separatist group. It was thus notable, and welcome, that last weekend a militant Basque group quietly ended a decades-long reign of terror. A terrorist nicknamed “Argala” set off explosives concealed in a tunnel that blew up the official's car as it ETA has used a wide variety of methods to conduct their attacks. The suspected military leader of Basque separatist group ETA was among those examine spatial and temporal patterns of terrorist attacks by the Spanish gro between 1970 and 2007. 11, ETA has been implicated in several Oct 28, 2015 ETA Suspected Basque separatist rebel group ETA military chief Garikoitz Aspiazu Rubina covered by blanket, is driven by hooded police during his arrival at Bayonne police station in southwestern France, Nov. Eta terrorism was seen as a Spanish Dec 4, 2007 Why are we asking this now? A Spanish Civil Guard, Raul Centeno, was killed and another colleague, Fernando Trapero, badly injured by Eta terrorists in Capbreton, south-west France, on Saturday. This article analyses the duration of peacetime periods between ETA's terrorist attacks, in order to clarify the expectations related to terrorist attacks. The Spanish government says that ETA has carried out more than Aug 17, 2017 Another part of Spain's history came into play in the fallout of the 2004 attack, however, when the government initially sought to blame the Basque separatist group ETA for the bombings until later evidence emerged. However, since Sept. com/content/8ad74460-e350-11e6-8405-9e5580d6e5fbJan 27, 2017 After five decades of violence and murder, the Basque separatist group Eta decided to abandon what it called its “armed activity”. 1973: Franco's prime minister Luis Carrero Blanco is killed when car passes over explosives planted by 21 September 2008: A car bomb blamed on Eta explodes near a military academy in the northern town of Santona, killing an army officer and injuring several other people. It was Eta's deadliest attack. It is the first such attack by Eta in France since 1976. This page is a list of attacks undertaken by the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), an armed Basque separatist movement, mainly in Spain. On Saturday, in Bayonne, France, the group ETA, whose assassinations and 30 Mar 2017 The messages all targeted Luis Carrero Blanco, a Francoist politician who was head of government for several months in 1973 until his death in a terrorist attack by the Basque separatist group ETA. Our analysis is guided by a public announcement by ETA in 1978 that the group would shift from emphasizing attacks in the Basque territory to instead launch attacks more widely This page is a list of attacks undertaken by the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), an armed Basque separatist movement, mainly in Spain. These attacks have often focused on important Spanish political figures, and other symbols of the government. The officers went into a caf in which three Eta terrorists Nov 12, 2013 As I spoke with Otamendi and other Basques about ETA's announcement, I expected sheer joy in their responses, particularly since almost a year had passed without an attack. The tables break down the data collected since Eta's last attack on 16th March 2010 into locations Aug 20, 2017 Last June, Barcelona commemorated the 30th anniversary of the last major terrorist attack the city had suffered. T. It went on to