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VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTX215Y3
January 05, 2016
Lilian Tintori (L), wife of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Mitzy de Ledezma (C), wife of arrested...
Caracas, Venezuela
Tintori, wife of jailed opposition leader Lopez, Ledezma, wife of jailed Caracas metropolitan mayor Ledezma,...
Lilian Tintori (L), wife of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez, Mitzy de Ledezma (C), wife of arrested Caracas metropolitan mayor Antonio Ledezma, and Patricia Ceballos (R), mayor of San Cristobal and wife of jailed former mayor Daniel Ceballos, hold signs reading "Amnesty Now" as opposition leader Maria Corina Machado (2nd R) applauds at the National Assembly in Caracas, January 5, 2016. Colombia's former President Andres Pastrana (3rd L) and Mexican Senator of the National Action Party (PAN) Roberto Gil Zuarth (2nd L) are seen seated in the first row. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
SPAIN/
RTX6381
May 23, 2008
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil listens to a speech at the Basque...
Vitoria, Spain
Basque PP president San Gil listens to a speech at the Basque parliament in Vitoria
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil listens to a speech at the Basque parliament in Vitoria May 23, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX637H
May 23, 2008
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil (front C) talks on the telephone...
Vitoria, Spain
Basque PP president San Gil talks on the telephone next to PP members Abascal and Barreda at the Basque...
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil (front C) talks on the telephone next to PP members Santiago Abascal (L) and Leopoldo Barreda (R) at the Basque parliament in Vitoria May 23, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX637F
May 23, 2008
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil (R) talks to PP member Nerea Alzola...
Vitoria, Spain
Basque PP president San Gil talks to PP member Alzola at the Basque parliament in Vitoria.
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil (R) talks to PP member Nerea Alzola at the Basque parliament in Vitoria May 23, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX637C
May 23, 2008
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil (L) talks to PP member Carlos Urquijo...
Vitoria, Spain
Basque PP president San Gil talks to PP member Urquijo at the Basque parliament in Vitoria
Basque Country Partido Popular (PP) regional president Maria San Gil (L) talks to PP member Carlos Urquijo at the Basque parliament in Vitoria May 23, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN-OPPOSITION/
RTX62SQ
May 23, 2008
A demonstrator holds a poster supporting Maria San Gil, leader of Popular Party (PP) in the Basque Country,...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrator holds poster during protest by party members against Spain's conservative opposition PP...
A demonstrator holds a poster supporting Maria San Gil, leader of Popular Party (PP) in the Basque Country, during a protest by party members against Spain's conservative opposition PP leader Mariano Rajoy outside the PP's headquarters in Madrid May 23, 2008. The Popular Party was in turmoil on Friday with momentum growing to oust Rajoy over his softer line towards Basque nationalists. The poster reads, "Maria you are the best, Rajoy slow agony of PP". REUTERS/Sergio Perez (REUTERS)
SPAIN-OPPOSITION/
RTX62SL
May 23, 2008
A demonstrator holds a poster ,supporting Maria San Gil, leader of Popular Party (PP) in the Basque Country,...
Madrid, Spain
Demonstrator holds poster during protest by party members against Spain's conservative opposition PP...
A demonstrator holds a poster ,supporting Maria San Gil, leader of Popular Party (PP) in the Basque Country, during a protest by party members against Spain's conservative opposition PP leader Mariano Rajoy outside the PP's headquarters in Madrid May 23, 2008. The Popular Party was in turmoil on Friday with momentum growing to oust Rajoy over his softer line towards Basque nationalists. The poster reads, "All my support." REUTERS/Sergio Perez (REUTERS)
SPAIN-BOMB/ETA
RTX5P9I
May 14, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil speak...
Vitoria, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy and PP member San Gil arrive at a hospital in Vitoria
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil speak after arriving at Txagorritxu hospital to visit people wounded by a car bomb explosion, in Vitoria, northern Spain May 14, 2008. A car bomb exploded at a police barracks in northern Spain's Basque Country early on Wednesday, killing one officer and wounding four others in an attack the regional government blamed on ETA militant separatists. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
SPAIN-BOMB/ETA
RTX5P8O
May 14, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd L) shakes hands with a doctor as Basque Partido Popular...
Vitoria, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy and PP member San Gil arrive at a hospital in Vitoria
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd L) shakes hands with a doctor as Basque Partido Popular (PP) president Maria San Gil (C) speaks to PP members Soraya Saez de Santa Maria (R) and Javier Maroto (2nd R) after arriving at Txagorritxu hospital to visit people wounded by a car bomb explosion, in Vitoria, northern Spain May 14, 2008. A car bomb exploded at a police barracks in northern Spain's Basque Country early on Wednesday, killing one officer and wounding four others in an attack the regional government blamed on ETA militant separatists. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
SPAIN-BOMB/ETA
RTX5P83
May 14, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil arrive...
Vitoria, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy and PP member San Gil arrive at a hospital in Vitoria
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil arrive at Txagorritxu hospital to visit people wounded by a car bomb explosion, in Vitoria, northern Spain, May 14, 2008. A car bomb exploded at a police barracks in northern Spain's Basque Country early on Wednesday, killing one officer and wounding four others in an attack the regional government blamed on ETA militant separatists. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
SPAIN-BOMB/ETA
RTX5P7Z
May 14, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (2nd...
Vitoria, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy and PP member San Gil arrive at a hospital in Vitoria
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (2nd R) arrive at Txagorritxu hospital to visit people wounded by a car bomb explosion, in Vitoria, northern Spain, May 14, 2008. A car bomb exploded at a police barracks in northern Spain's Basque Country early on Wednesday, killing one officer and wounding four others in an attack the regional government blamed on ETA militant separatists. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
SPAIN-BOMB/ETA
RTX5P7X
May 14, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil arrive...
Vitoria, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy and PP member San Gil arrive at a hospital in Vitoria
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil arrive at Txagorritxu hospital to visit people wounded by a car bomb explosion, in Vitoria, northern Spain, May 14, 2008. A car bomb exploded at a police barracks in northern Spain's Basque Country early on Wednesday, killing one officer and wounding four others in an attack the regional government blamed on ETA militant separatists. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTR1Y0TV
March 07, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) walks with Popular Party members Maria San Gil (R) and Carmelo...
Mondragon, Spain
Spain's opposition leader Rajoy walks with party members San Gil and Barrio in Mondragon
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) walks with Popular Party members Maria San Gil (R) and Carmelo Barrio as they leave a wake in Mondragon, northern Spain, March 7, 2008. Spain's main political parties cancelled closing campaign rallies on Friday, two days before an election, after ETA rebels killed a former councillor from the governing Socialist Party in the Basque Country. Isaias Carrasco, a father of three, was shot three times in front of his wife and young daughter by two gunmen in the small town of Mondragon at about 1.30 p.m. (1230 GMT), police, Socialist officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (Spain)
SPAIN-ELECTION/
RTR1Y0P7
March 07, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (R) visit...
Mondragon, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil visit Mondragon....
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (R) visit Mondragon, northern Spain, March 7, 2008. Spain's main political parties cancelled closing campaign rallies on Friday, two days before an election, after ETA rebels killed a former councillor from the governing Socialist Party in the Basque Country. Isaias Carrasco, a father of three, was shot three times in front of his wife and young daughter by two gunmen in the small town of Mondragon at about 1.30 p.m. (1230 GMT), police, Socialist officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (Spain)
SPAIN
RTR1Y0OM
March 07, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (2ndR)...
Mondragon, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil visit Mondragon....
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (2ndR) visit Mondragon, northern Spain, March 7, 2008. Spain's main political parties cancelled closing campaign rallies on Friday, two days before an election, after ETA rebels killed a former councillor from the governing Socialist Party in the Basque Country. Isaias Carrasco, a father of three, was shot three times in front of his wife and young daughter by two gunmen in the small town of Mondragon at about 1.30 p.m. (1230 GMT), police, Socialist officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (SPAIN)
SPAIN
RTR1Y0OC
March 07, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (R) visit...
Mondragon, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil visit Mondragon....
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (R) visit Mondragon, northern Spain, March 7, 2008. Spain's main political parties cancelled closing campaign rallies on Friday, two days before an election, after ETA rebels killed a former councillor from the governing Socialist Party in the Basque Country. Isaias Carrasco, a father of three, was shot three times in front of his wife and young daughter by two gunmen in the small town of Mondragon at about 1.30 p.m. (1230 GMT), police, Socialist officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Joseba Etxaburu (SPAIN)
SPAIN
RTR1XLWR
February 26, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (R) gestures next to Partido Popular leader in the Basque Country...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy gives victory sign next to Partido Popular leader Gil during an electoral...
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (R) gestures next to Partido Popular leader in the Basque Country Maria San Gil during an electoral meeting in Bilbao February 26, 2008. Spain is holding general elections on March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (Spain)
SPAIN
RTR1XLW1
February 26, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Partido Popular leader in the Basque Country...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy waves next Partido Popular leaders Gil and Astarloa during an electoral...
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Partido Popular leader in the Basque Country Maria San Gil (L) and candidate Ignacio Astarloa during an electoral meeting in Bilbao February 26, 2008. Spain is holding general elections on March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (Spain)
SPAIN
RTR1XLVT
February 26, 2008
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Partido Popular leader in the Basque Country...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy waves next Partido Popular leaders Gil and Astarloa during an electoral...
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) waves next to Partido Popular leader in the Basque Country Maria San Gil (L) and candidate Ignacio Astarloa during an electoral meeting in Bilbao February 26, 2008. Spain is holding general elections on March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (Spain)
SPAIN/
RTX5GBK
January 11, 2008
Mariano Rajoy (3rd L), the leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party (PP) and Basque Country PP...
Bilbao, Spain
Leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party Mariano Rajoy visits Bilbao metro during trip to Basque...
Mariano Rajoy (3rd L), the leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party (PP) and Basque Country PP President Maria San Gil (3rd R), PP members Ignacio Astaloa (L) and Antonio Basagoiti (2nd L) talk to members of the public in the Norman Foster designed Bilbao metro during a visit by Rajoy to the Basque Country, January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX5GBG
January 11, 2008
Mariano Rajoy (2nd R), the leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party (PP) and Basque Country PP...
Bilbao, Spain
Leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party Mariano Rajoy visits Bilbao metro during trip to Basque...
Mariano Rajoy (2nd R), the leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party (PP) and Basque Country PP President Maria San Gil (L), PP members Ignacio Astaloa (3rd L) and Antonio Basagoiti (2nd L) travel down an escalator in the Norman Foster designed Bilbao metro during a visit by Rajoy to the Basque Country, January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTX5GBD
January 11, 2008
Mariano Rajoy (3rd R), the leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party (PP) and Basque Country PP...
Bilbao, Spain
Leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party Mariano Rajoy visits Bilbao metro during trip to Basque...
Mariano Rajoy (3rd R), the leader of Spain's main opposition Popular Party (PP) and Basque Country PP President Maria San Gil (2nd R), PP members Ignacio Astaloa (L) and Antonio Basagoiti (2nd L) talk to a member of the public in the Norman Foster designed Bilbao metro during a visit by Rajoy to the Basque Country, January 11, 2008. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN-BASQUES/
RTR1TU78
September 14, 2007
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd R) talks before a news conference in Bilbao September 14,...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy talks before a news conference in Bilbao
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (2nd R) talks before a news conference in Bilbao September 14, 2007, next to Basque Partido Popular members Antonio Basagoiti (R), Maria San Gil (2nd L) and Ignacio Astaloa (L). REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN-BASQUES/
RTR1TU6U
September 14, 2007
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) arrives for a news conference in Bilbao September 14, 2007,...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy arrives for a a press conference in Bilbao
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (C) arrives for a news conference in Bilbao September 14, 2007, next to Basque Partido Popular members Maria San Gil (L) and Antonio Basagoiti. REUTERS/Vincent West(SPAIN)
SPAIN-BASQUES/
RTR1TU6Q
September 14, 2007
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (3rd L) talks to Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy talks to Partido Popular members before news conference in Bilbao...
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (3rd L) talks to Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil (2nd L) and Ignacio Astarloa (L)
in Bilbao September 14, 2007. REUTERS/Vincent West(SPAIN)
SPAIN-BASQUES/
RTR1TU6G
September 14, 2007
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (R) addresses a news conference in Bilbao September 14, 2007,...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy addresses a news conference in Bilbao
Spanish opposition leader Mariano Rajoy (R) addresses a news conference in Bilbao September 14, 2007, next to Basque Partido Popular members Alfonso Alonso (L), Maria San Gil (2nd L) and Antonio Basagoiti. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
ETA-SPAIN/
RTR1LNW5
January 26, 2007
Former Spanish President Jose Maria Aznar (C) arrives with his wife Ana Botella (L) and Basque Partido...
San Sebastian, Spain
Former Spanish President Aznar arrives with his wife Ana and Basque Partido Popular president San Gil...
Former Spanish President Jose Maria Aznar (C) arrives with his wife Ana Botella (L) and Basque Partido Popular president Maria San Gil for the presentation of the Gregorio Ordonez Prize in San Sebastian January 26, 2007. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN-ETA/
RTR1L4FT
January 12, 2007
Opposition leader and president of the Partido Popular (PP) Mariano Rajoy (L) talks on his mobile phone...
Bilbao, Spain
Opposition leader and president of the Partido Popular Rajoy talks on his mobile phone during a visit...
Opposition leader and president of the Partido Popular (PP) Mariano Rajoy (L) talks on his mobile phone during a visit to San Sebastian January 12, 2007, followed by Basque PP president Maria San Gil (C) and Carmelo Barrio. Rajoy asked for anti-ETA demonstrations scheduled in Bilbao and Madrid on Saturday to be called off. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN-ETA/
RTR1L4FF
January 12, 2007
Opposition leader and president of the Partido Popular (PP) Mariano Rajoy unveils a plaque in the PP's...
Bilbao, Spain
Opposition leader and president of the Partido Popular Rajoy unveils a plaque in the PP's new offices...
Opposition leader and president of the Partido Popular (PP) Mariano Rajoy unveils a plaque in the PP's new offices in San Sebastian January 12, 2007 next to Basque PP president Maria San Gil. Rajoy asked for anti-ETA demonstrations scheduled in Bilbao and Madrid on Saturday to be called off. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN
RTR1C8U6
March 14, 2006
Conservative Spanish opposition leader, Popular Party (PP) President Mariano Rajoy (C), chats with Basque...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy takes referendum petition over Catalan autonomy in Bilbao
Conservative Spanish opposition leader, Popular Party (PP) President Mariano Rajoy (C), chats with Basque regional PP President Maria San Gil (2nd R), PP congress member Ignacio Astaloa, and local councillor Antonio Basagoiti (R), while a supporter signs a petition calling for a national referendum about a proposed government plan to increase autonomy for Cataluna, in Bilbao, Spanish Basque country March 14, 2006. The PP strongly opposes the plan. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN
RTR175RS
March 14, 2006
Conservative Spanish opposition leader, Popular Party (PP) president Mariano Rajoy (2nd L), Basque regional...
Bilbao, Spain
Spanish opposition leader Rajoy takes referendum petition over Catalan autonomy in Bilbao
Conservative Spanish opposition leader, Popular Party (PP) president Mariano Rajoy (2nd L), Basque regional PP president Maria San Gil (2nd R) and PP member Carmelo Barrio (L), talk with supporters while a woman signs a petition calling for a national referendum about a proposed government plan to increase autonomy for Cataluna, in Bilbao, Spanish Basque country March 14, 2006. The PP strongly opposes the plan. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN
RTR6THM
April 02, 2005
Spain's opposition leader Mariano Rajoy addresses an electoral meeting in front of a video image of Maria...
Bilbao, Spain
Spain's opposition leader Rajoy addresses an electoral meeting in Bilbao.
Spain's opposition leader Mariano Rajoy addresses an electoral meeting in front of a video image of Maria San Gil, the Popular Party candidate in the forthcoming Basque regional elections in Bilbao, northern Spain, April 2, 2005. Basque regional elections will take place on April 17. REUTERS/Vincent West ACO/NL
SPAIN
RTR6TGI
April 02, 2005
Maria San Gil, Popular Party candidate for the Basque parliament in the forthcoming Basque regional elections,...
Bilbao, Spain
Maria San Gil, Popular Party candidate for the Basque parliament, addresses an electoral meeting in Bilbao....
Maria San Gil, Popular Party candidate for the Basque parliament in the forthcoming Basque regional elections, addresses an electoral meeting in Bilbao, northern Spain April 2, 2005. Basque regional elections will take place on April 17. REUTERS/Vincent West ACO/VP
SPAIN
RTR6TFU
April 02, 2005
Maria San Gil, Popular Party candidate for the Basque parliament, shares laugh with supporters at electoral...
Bilbao, Spain
Maria San Gil, Popular Party candidate for the Basque parliament, shares laugh with supporters at ......
Maria San Gil, Popular Party candidate for the Basque parliament, shares laugh with supporters at electoral meeting in Bilbao. Spain's Maria San Gil (C), the Popular Party (PP) candidate for the Basque parliament in the forthcoming Basque regional elections, shares a laugh with supporters during an electoral meeting in Bilbao, northern Spain, April 2, 2005. Basque regional elections will take place on April 17. REUTERS/Vincent West
OREJA
RTXKH5H
May 13, 2001
Popular Party (PP) presidential candidate Jaime Mayor Oreja (R) talks to reporters next to PP leader...
San Sebastian, Spain
Popular Party (PP) presidential candidate Jaime Mayor Oreja (R) talks to reporters next to PP leader.....
Popular Party (PP) presidential candidate Jaime Mayor Oreja (R) talks to reporters next to PP leader Maria San Gil after casting his vote in a polling station in San Sebastian May 13, 2001. Voters in Spain's Basque Country headed to polling stations on Sunday for a crucial regional election clouded by violence blamed on the armed separatist group ETA.
SPAIN BASQUE ELECTION
RTRI71B
May 13, 2001
Popular Party (PP) presidential candidate Jaime Mayor Oreja (R) talks to reporters next to PP leader...
San Sebastian, Spain
PP CANDIDATE MAYOR OREJA TALKS TO REPORTERS DURING BASQUE ELECTIONS.
Popular Party (PP) presidential candidate Jaime Mayor Oreja (R) talks to reporters next to PP leader Maria San Gil after casting his vote in a polling station in San Sebastian May 13, 2001. Voters in Spain's Basque Country headed to polling stations on Sunday for a crucial regional election clouded by violence blamed on the armed separatist group ETA.

SP/FMS
SPAIN BASQUES
RTRHTE4
May 04, 2001
(L-R) Popular Party's leaders Guipuzkoa province president Maria San Gil, presidential candidate Jaime...
San Sebastian, Spain
PP LEADERS APPLAUD DURING AN ELECTORAL MEETING.
(L-R) Popular Party's leaders Guipuzkoa province president Maria San Gil, presidential candidate Jaime Mayor Oreja, Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, San Sebastian's local politician Maria Jose Usandizaga and Secretary General Javier Arenas acknoledge to cheering crowd after an electoral meeting in San Sebastian May 4, 2001. The Basque Country regional elections are scheduled for next May 13.

SP/CLH/
SPAIN BASQUES
RTRH2B1
April 17, 2001
Socialist members of local councils in Spain's Basque country present a banner which reads "ETA NO-ETA...
Bilbao, Spain
BASQUE POLITICIAN MARIA SAN GIL TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Socialist members of local councils in Spain's Basque country present a banner which reads "ETA NO-ETA EZ" in Spanish and Basque language, that they would like to see hung from council buildings, in Bilbao April 17, 2001. Socialist town councillors have recently resigned in the Basque country following a ruling that they must use bodyguards for their safety. ETA is the last major guerrilla group still active in Western Europe, waging a war of attrition that has claimed 800 lives.

PH/AA
SPAIN BASQUES
RTRH24Y
March 30, 2001
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview...
Madrid, Spain
BASQUE POLITICIAN MARIA SAN GIL TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview in this March 30, 2001. San Gil never doubted for a moment that when she entered Basque politics in 1995 that she was putting her name on ETA's hit list. ETA, which began as a reaction to fascism, is now accused of using equally brutal methods to silence those who oppose it. ETA is the last major guerrilla group still active in Western Europe, waging a war of attrition that has claimed 800 lives.

PH
SPAIN BASQUES
RTRH24H
March 30, 2001
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview...
Madrid, Spain
BASQUE POLITICIAN MARIA SAN GIL TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW.
Maria San Gil, the deputy mayor of San Sebastian in Spain's Basque region, talks during an interview in this March 30, 2001 file photo. San Gil never doubted for a moment that when she entered Basque politics in 1995 that she was putting her name on ETA's hit list. ETA, which began as a reaction to fascism, is now accused of using equally brutal methods to silence those who oppose it. ETA is the last major guerrilla group still active in Western Europe, waging a war of attrition that has claimed 800 lives.

PH
SPAIN
RTRFRN0
March 17, 2001
Former Spanish Interior Minister Jaime Mayor Oreja (L) and Maria San Gil applaud during a rally in Vitoria...
Vitoria, Spain
MAYOR OREJA AND SAN GIL APPLAUD AT RALLY IN VITORIA.
Former Spanish Interior Minister Jaime Mayor Oreja (L) and Maria San Gil applaud during a rally in Vitoria March 17, 2001. Mayor Oreja was nominated as candidate for President of the Basque Country and San Gil as candidate for the province of Guipuzcoa in the Basque Country regional elections scheluded for May 13.

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