A car bomb exploded outside Spain’s Santander airport on Sunday after a warning call from Basque separatist group ETA, wrecking the front of the terminal and destroying a dozen cars but causing no injuries. The bombing on the north coast was the latest in a series of attacks by ETA and may be part of a summer campaign aimed at undermining Spain’s important tourist industry. A car parked outside the airport terminal blew up about 5 p.m. (10 a.m. EDT), setting several other vehicles ablaze and sending up a plume of black smoke. The explosion damaged the airport facade, blowing out windows and twisting metal, wrecked 12 cars and caused lesser damage to about 40 other vehicles, officials and local news reports said. Burned-out cars littered the car park. Full Story
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