French police find alleged ETA arms cache

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August 14, 2007 00:36

 
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French police found an arms cache Monday allegedly belonging to the armed Basque separatist group ETA, officials said. Police found several kilograms of chemicals that could be used to make explosives, dozens of detonators, two mines and several firearms, including two automatic pistols in a rented garage in the resort city of Biarritz, judicial officials reported. The two mines were ready to be used, said the officials.


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