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Spanish police say they have received a call warning of an ETA bomb on a tourist beach.
Police said the militant Basque group warned the bomb had been planted on a beach in the province of Tarragona, in the north east of the country.
That came only a day after the interior ministry published photos of six suspected ETA activists it believes might be preparing to target tourist interests during the peak summer season.
POLICE evacuated five beaches today in eastern Spain after a bomb warning was received, possibly from Basque separatists, authorities said.
Two calls were received by the Basque newspaper Gara, which often serves as a mouthpiece for the separatist group ETA, the Interior Ministry said.
Explosions have hit two coastal cities in northern Spain, after a newspaper received a warning call in the name of the armed Basque separatist group ETA.
A small bomb exploded in Santander, a provincial capital, but no injuries were reported
Soon afterwards, police in Gijon, about 90 miles west of Santander, reported an explosion.