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- ETA struggles for a homeland as support... Lawday, D. // U.S. News & World Report;11/7/88, Vol. 105 Issue 18, p48
Discusses the Basque ETA (Basqueland & Freedom) terrorist group fighting for outright independence from Spain. Basques; Violence; Future.
- Spanish state cracks down on Basque activists. Ferguson, Jack // Green Left Weekly;10/6/2010, Issue 855, p16
The article reports on the arrest of several members of Basque activists, Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA), wherein police claimed that their operation was done to determine the relationship between ETA and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Columbia (FARC).
- Spanish terrorist claims rejected. Wynter, Coral // Green Left Weekly;3/17/2010, Issue 830, p14
The article reports on the accusations of Spanish judge Eloy Vasco that the Venezuelan government under the administration of socialist President Hugo Chavez of supporting armed pro-self-determination Basque organization Euskadi Ta Askatasuma (ETA).
- National Security. // Mexico Country Review;2011, p74
The article offers information on the national security of Mexico, in which an insurgency against the government was staged by militants in Chiapas in January 1994 while six Spanish nationals and three citizens of Mexico were arrested in July 2003 due to alleged affiliation with Basque...
- HOME FIRES. Lee Anderson, Jon // New Yorker;02/12/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 46, p40
Focuses on the war waged by Basque separatists against Spain. Attacks mounted by the Euzkadi Ta Azkatasuna (ETA) or 'Basque Homeland and Freedom' separatist group against its critics; Origin of the civic group Basta Ya!; Spontaneous demonstrations after each ETA killing; Fanaticism of the...
- Basque bombs in Spain fail to shatter hopes for peace. Russo, James // Christian Science Monitor;7/29/97, Vol. 88 Issue 170, p6
Reports on Basque separatists, Basque Homeland and Freedom's (ETA) resumption of their terrorist activities at key tourist sites in Spain following a short-lived ceasefire. Bombing incidents perpetrated by ETA; Killing of Isidro Usabiaga, Basque owner of a construction company; Spanish...
- Will it hold? LI, PEIYIN PATTY // Harvard International Review;Winter98/99, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p10
Reports that Basque Homeland and Freedom Separatist Organization (Euskadi ta Askatuta (ETA)) has carried on a campaign on terrorism in pursuit of independence from Spain. Basis of Basque separatists' demands for a united and sovereign Basque homeland; Violence committed by ETA in its struggle...
- Basque leader says ETA disbanding demands immature. // Chicago Citizen - South Suburban Edition;11/2/2011, Vol. 30 Issue 52, p3
The article offers information on a statement by separatist leader Arnaldo Otegi citing that Spain's reaction to ETA's announcement that it is ending its violent campaign for Basque independence reflects the country's insecurity.
- Why Do They Kill? Woodworth, Paddy // World Policy Journal;Spring2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p1
Explores why the conflict in Spain which involves Euskadi Ta Askatasuna (ETA) persists. Impact of a strategy called street struggle by young supporters of ETA; What the traditional school of Basque nationalism insisted; Father of Basque nationalism.