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Eta bombing shuts Spanish airport

Eta struck again yesterday in its summer campaign against tourism targets and the Spanish economy, exploding a car bomb outside the airport at Santander, in northern Spain. The bomb, hidden inside a Renault 19 in the airport car park, caused damage to the airport building and other cars but no injuries. A telephoned warning gave the police an hour to evacuate the airport before the bomb exploded. About 60 people in the terminal were escorted to safety on the airport runway. “Once again, Eta has tried to sow terror,” a grim-faced interior minister, Angel Acebes, told reporters. “Eta does whatever it can whenever it can.” Full Story

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