They find in the south of France a deposit of explosives that they attribute to ETA

Five deposits of explosives hidden in an abandoned plot of land in the municipality of Accous, near the French Basque Country, were found last month by the French authorities, who attribute it to the terrorist group ETA, the local newspaper reported this Saturday. South West.

The explosives were found by a farmer in a stone wall that bordered an isolated plot of land in that municipality, for which he alerted the authorities.

A group of artificers traveled to the place to take charge of the discovery, of about 30 kilos each drum.

According to the mayor of the town, who was present at the time of the intervention, they included the words “ammonium nitrate” in Basque.

The investigation into the finding is in the hands of the Antiterrorist Prosecutor of Pars.

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