How to Fight Terrorism: Eta Quits Killing

How to Fight Terrorism: Eta Quits Killing

San Sebastián : Spain | Oct 21, 2011 at 1:01 AM PDT
Source: Truthdig
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Oct 21, 2011 After more than 40 years and 800 corpses, Basque separatist terrorist organization Eta has decided on the definitive cessation of its armed activity, according to a statement published by the BBC. Eta already declared its intentions in the last two years to move away from violence and... FULL ARTICLE AT Truthdig
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