Explosions Occur at Spain Rail Station

On Monday, two bombs went off at a railway station in Spain's northern Basque region, continuing the turmoil that has plagued modes of transportation in the area. No injuries were reported, but the building of the Barracaldo station was damaged slightly, delaying railway traffic, according to United Press International. Police are investigating the explosions to determine if it was carried out by ETA, the radical Basque group that is also being blamed for a bombing at Madrid International Airport in December that killed two and injured about 26 people.

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