Spain's Europa Press news agency said it had confirmed the news with Spanish anti-terrorism sources. Spain's Interior Ministry declined to comment.
ETA, which killed over 800 people over several decades through bombings and assassinations, called a unilateral ceasefire in 2011 and has pledged to turn in its weapons, though a full handover has not yet happened.
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