A man walks past a painting depicting the Basque country between a French flag, right, and the Spanish flag, in Bayonne, southern France, Thursday, May 3, 2018. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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Basque separatist group ETA said Thursday it had completely dismantled and ended all its activity, ending a 50-year campaign of violence across Spain in which it killed about 850 people. In Madrid, however, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said there would be no impunity for ETA and the government would still track down former militants.In a letter read out at the headquarters of a Geneva-based conflict resolution group, ETA, founded to fight for an independent state in northern Spain and southern France, said its journey had ended.Rajoy made clear Thursday that his government considered ETA as nothing more than criminals.
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