From horror to healing in northern Spain
By juxtaposing photos from then and now, a photographer captures the perseverance of a community under relentless attack
(Inset) March 4, 2006: Basque riot police clashed with pro-independence followers during a funeral for an ETA member.
(Left) May 19, 2008: The wreckage from an ETA car bomb.
(Top) Sep. 14, 2008: Pro-independence demonstrators throw stones and bottles at Basque police, who tried to disperse the illegal street protest held by several thousand ETA supporters.
(Top) May 14, 2008: A police station destroyed by an ETA car bomb that killed one officer and injured four.
(Top) Oct. 26, 2003: Masked ETA followers prepare to fight against the police during an illegal rally.
(Top) Feb. 15, 2006: The remnants of a car bomb and its wreckage.
(Top) Sept. 14, 2008: Riot police detain an unidentified pro-independence Basque demonstrator during an illegal street protest by several thousand ETA supporters.
(Top) June 20, 2009: Funeral procession for Spanish National Police officer Eduardo Garcia Pueyes, who was killed after a bomb planted in his car by the ETA exploded.