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Spanish car bomb kills two

A car bomb explosion has killed two policemen and injured at least two other people in a town in northern Spain. The explosion occurred around 1225 (1025 GMT) in a square in the town of Sanguesa in Navarra province, the capital of which is Pamplona. Officials said the bomb attack bore the hallmarks of the Basque separatist group, ETA. It follows Sunday’s municipal elections, the first since Madrid banned the radical separatist party Batasuna on the grounds it formed part of ETA, listed as a terrorist group by the US and European Union. “ETA has murdered once again,” Deputy Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said in Madrid, vowing to use “all means at our disposal” to fight the group. Full Story

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