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On March 11th, 2004, 10 bombs were detonated on four commuter trains in Atocha station just outside Madrid. A total of 193 people died and around 2,000 were injured in the largest terrorist atrocity Spain had seen.  Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters

There was a political spat recently over a Spanish government plan to rename Madrid’s Atocha railway station after the late novelist Almudena Grandes.(...)

Arnaldo Otegi: leader of the party that used to be Eta’s political wing. Photograph: Ander Gillenea/AFP/Getty Images

Last week, prisoners belonging to the defunct Basque terror group Eta issued a remarkable plea to their supporters. They asked them to stop holding pu(...)

On January 11th, relatives of Basque prisoners demand the transfer of Eta prisoners to jails near their homes. Photograph: Ander Gillenea/AFP via Getty

Spain’s government faces accusations of pandering to separatists and conniving with the political heirs of terrorist group Eta as it attempts to maint(...)

A protest against a judge’s decision to sentence eight defendants to prison, accused of assaulting two Civil Guard officers and their girlfriends in the village of Alsasua, in Navarra, northeastern Spain. Photograph: EPA/Jesus Diges

A court sentence that found a group of young people guilty of carrying out an ideologically motivated attack on two civil guards in northern Spain has(...)

Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón has criticised the terrorism charges brought against a group of young people accused of involvement in the attack of two civil guards last year in a bar in northern Spain. Photograph: Andrea Comas/Reuters

A court case against a group of young people accused of involvement in the beating up of two civil guards last year in a bar in northern Spain has bro(...)

 US president Donald Trump: What is his plan for Syria? Photograph:  Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images

What is President Trump’s plan for Syria? That’s the million-dollar question, says Washington Correspondent Suzanne Lynch in the latest episode of the(...)

Masked members of the Basque separatist group Eta hold up their fists in unison in this 2011 file photograph taken at an unknown location. Photograph: AP Photo/Gara via AP

Basque separatist organisation Eta has announced plans to disarm fully, more than five years after formally ending its campaign of violence. “Eta has(...)

About 200 protesters take part in a demonstration against the arrest of two puppet players, at Cibeles Square in Madrid, Spain. Photograph: Fernando Alvarado/EPA

Two men arrested for allegedly glorifying terrorism and inciting violence with a puppet show they performed have been released, but their case has sp(...)