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Nearly every weekend finds Zigor Goieaskoetxea on the road, clocking up thousands of kilometers to visit two jailed brothers – one in France, one in Spain.Seven years after it called a permanent cease-fire, the announcement definitively ends ETA's nearly four-decade campaign for an independent Basque state straddling northern Spain and southwest France.But mediators say that without a reciprocal gesture on the conditions of 270 ETA members jailed on either side of the French-Spanish border, lasting peace in the Basque region will be elusive.With ETA now poised to disband, the prisoners' families are hoping that will change.The Spanish government also appeared unmoved, including on the conditions of Basque prisoners.In recent months a dozen of the 51 ETA members being held in France have been moved closer to their families, with more planned in the future.
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