British government : Majorca is still safe despite bombings
Foreign and Commonwealth Office warns be aware of "high threat"
By newsletter.co.uk on 11 August 2009 in News
Last night (10th August) the British government asserted that it is still safe to travel to Majorca despite Sunday's two bomb attacks.
The two small bombs are believed to be the work of Basque separatist group ETA. These exploded on the Spanish island just over a week after ETA killed two police officers on the island. It is believed the group is tryingto spread fear among tourists during the peak holiday season.
The Spanish Government confirmed that there were no casualties in yesterday's blasts. A bomb found the nearby Bar Enco, was successful defused by the police.
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