Spanish Basque separatist group ETA announces it will end its 15-month cease-fire tonight at midnight (CEST).
ETA has said it will end its 15-month-old ceasefire at midnight tonight and has warned the Spanish government of new attacks.
- In Spain, the Basque separatist group ETA announces that it will fully disarm by April 8, 2017.
- Basque separatist group ETA has reportedly indicated a readiness to disband, give up its weapons and enter talks with the governments of France and Spain.
- Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba, Spain's Interior Minister, dismisses ETA's ceasefire offer as insufficient for a peace process.
- The Basque nationalist group ETA announces a ceasefire in its struggle for Basque independence from France and Spain.
- Spain says Venezuela has said it will assist an investigation into allegations of support for ETA.
- Convicted member of ETA Inaki de Juana Chaos is to be extradited from Northern Ireland to Spain where he is scheduled to face further charges.
- Spanish police capture two suspected members, Aitzol Etxaburu and Andoni Sarasola, of the Basque-region separatist group ETA.
- Spain is on red alert as ETA marks its 50th anniversary following the bombing of Burgos and the bombing of Palma Nova.
- A car bomb explodes in Bilbao, Spain, and is blamed on Euskadi Ta Askatasuna, a Basque nationalist and separatist organisation.
- French and Spanish police foil an ETA car bomb plot and arrest the man who is alleged to be the organisations top bombmaker and his accomplices.