The Basque terrorist group ETA set off its second bomb in a week Aug. 9 that damaged a fast-food restaurant in Torrevieja, a resort south of Alicante on the Costa Blanca that is popular with British tourists. The earlier bombing took place in nearby Santa Pola, where a six-year-old girl and a middle-aged man were killed. Despite the fatalities, recent ETA bombings appear designed to instill fear rather than kill, and targeting tourist areas rather than tourists themselves suggests a similar strategy. In the Aug. 9 bombing police received advance warning and were able to clear the area.