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Police hunt Majorca bombers

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Police hunt Majorca bombers


On the 50th anniversary of the founding of ETA Spain’s interior ministry has released six photos of people they want to speak to in connection with the Basque terrorist group.

Meanwhile, the hunt for the killers continues with forensic police combing the ground for clues into the bombing outside civil guard offices in Palmanova. Number one suspect ETA hasn’t claimed responsibility for the bombing, but if it is responsible, the blast is a gruesome birthday present and a telling reminder of the terrorists capability. Thursday’s attack, filmed here on a mobile phone, came only a day after more than sixty people were wounded in another explosion outside a barracks in Burgos in northern Spain.

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