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Small Bomb Explodes in Northwestern Spain

A small bomb exploded in the central square of a city in northwestern Spain on Saturday, causing no injuries and little damage, officials said. Authorities arrested two people with links to Galician separatists. The explosion took place around 2:45 p.m. at an ATM in downtown Santiago de Compostela, said a statement from the Interior Ministry in the region of Galicia. Two people were detained as they left a suspicious package at the headquarters of the Caixa Galicia bank in the city, the statement read. It added the two suspects were being followed by police who suspected them of links to small Galician separatist groups. Full Story

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