ETA or Al Qaeda? Both the home-grown, radical Basque separatist group ETA and the al Qaeda international Islamic terrorist network remain suspects in Thursday's bombings in Spain. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.
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ETA, Al Qaeda Both Suspected in Spain Attacks

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ETA, Al Qaeda Both Suspected in Spain Attacks

ETA, Al Qaeda Both Suspected in Spain Attacks

ETA, Al Qaeda Both Suspected in Spain Attacks

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Both the home-grown, radical Basque separatist group ETA and the al Qaeda international Islamic terrorist network remain suspects in Thursday's bombings in Spain. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports.