Bombs blamed on the Basque terrorist group ETA have killed four and injured eleven in the past month in the Basque region, in Huesca province near the French border and in the southern city of Malaga. Four Basque terrorists also were killed when a car bomb they were arming exploded in Bilbao. The incidents mark a dramatic increase in ETA attacks since the group called off a voluntary cease-fire in December. The attacks were roundly condemned, but such universal condemnation has had no effect on the group in the past. The attacks outside the Basque region seem to be meant to suggest that ETA can strike anywhere, anytime, and the goal is to push the government to negotiate ETA’s demands for self-determination.