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Last Updated: Monday, 6 December, 2004, 17:14 GMT
In pictures: Bombs hit Spain
Woman and child in Ciudad Real
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Terror returned to the streets of Spain on Monday as small bombs exploded in seven towns and cities across the country.
Santillana del Mar
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Tip-offs from callers saying they represented Basque separatists Eta meant areas were cleared of people before the devices detonated.
Santillana del Mar
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In the northern coastal town of Santillana del Mar, several people were slightly injured by debris from the blast.
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In the south, no-one was injured when the device exploded in the gardens of Paseo de Espana in Malaga.
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The seven blasts occurred in the space of 30 minutes, less than an hour after the warning.
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Some say the attacks across Spain on Monday and blasts in Madrid on Friday are a signal that Eta wants to show it has not been weakened by recent arrests.

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