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Thursday, 10 August, 2000, 22:21 GMT 23:21 UK
In pictures: Tensions in Spain
Spain is in the grip of renewed violence blamed on the Basque separatist group ETA. A series of car bombings and shootings has brought people on to the streets to support or condemn the separatists.

Two women in a crowd of anti-ETA demonstrators
Public anger has been evident in demonstrations against ETA's renewed campaign of violence.

Funeral of Spanish army soldier Francisco Casanova Vicente
Army soldier Francisco Casanova Vicente, 46, was shot dead in his driveway near Pamplona.

Pro Basque indepenence demonstrators raise their fists during a demonstration in San Sebastian
ETA supporters held memorials for four members killed by their own bomb on Monday.

Firemen put out a burning bus in San Sebastian, northern Spain, after pro-Basque separatists set it alight
Basque separatist youths in San Sebastian have set fire to buses.

Police disperse protesters at a rally in San Sebastian
More than 100 people clashed with a group of ETA supporters during a rally in San Sebastian.

Funeral of Basque businessman Jose Maria Korta
Basque businessman and ETA critic Jose Maria Korta died in a bomb attack in Zumaia.

Fireman at the scene of Monday's car bom in Bilbao which killed four ETA members
The Bilbao bomb in which four ETA members were killed.

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