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Basque Separatists ETA Hand List of Arms Caches to France

By: Prensa Latina

París,Apr 8 (Prensa Latina) Basque separatist group ETA,which means Euskadi Ta Askatasuna, has handed a list of 12 arms caches to the French authoprioties today according to the coordinator of the Commission for International Verification, Ram Manikkalingam as in order to finally disband.

The surrender of its weapons is expected to end the group’s more than four decades of armed struggle that gained it notoriety as one of Europe’s most important separatist movements.

The weapons handover took place in the French city of Bayonne and the caches were located near the Sapanish border.

A few days ago, ETA gave a press release announcing the it will disband today and called for a demostration to support the peace process in Bayonne.

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