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  • Eta continued to rearm during the talks, but the government finally lost faith in Eta's commitment to peace after a van bomb exploded at Madrid's international airport, killing two people.

    Eta ceasefire: Making 'permanent' permanent | Editorial

  • Such a statement has already been made by a key negotiator in past talks, Arnaldo Otegi, in a written interview with the Wall Street Journal given from jail, where he is awaiting trial on charges of illegally attempting to reconstitute Eta's political wing.

    Eta ceasefire: Making 'permanent' permanent | Editorial

  • Mr Zapatero's reluctance to accept Eta's statement as its last word is understandable, as is his insistence that Eta rejects violence as a means of attaining political objectives.

    Eta ceasefire: Making 'permanent' permanent | Editorial

  • Much comment yesterday was devoted to Eta's military and political weakness.

    Eta ceasefire: Making 'permanent' permanent | Editorial

  • Eta's ranks are depleted by frequent arrests – there were two more yesterday – and Basque nationalists no longer hold the balance of power in the national parliament, nor do they control any town halls.

    Eta ceasefire: Making 'permanent' permanent | Editorial

  • "This is Eta's firm commitment towards a process to achieve a lasting resolution and towards an end to the armed confrontation."

    The Guardian World News

  • Madrid is sceptical about Eta's intentions and has demanded that the group simply declare it has given up violence once and for all.

    The Guardian World News

  • Eta's violent campaign for an independent Basque homeland in parts of northern Spain and south-west France has led to more than 820 deaths over the past 40 years.

    BBC News - Home

  • The declaration, if followed through, would bring an end to Eta's campaign of violence, which has lasted more than 40 years and killed more than 800 people.

    BBC News - Home

  • Eta's last ceasefire was broken by its 2006 Madrid airport bomb

    BBC News - Home

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