The Basque separatist group ETA has warned Spain’s mainstream political parties that they will become targets of their terrorist campaign if Batasuna, a pro-Basque independence party, is outlawed. The party has been suspended for three years for functioning as the political arm of ETA, and the government is trying to ban it permanently. ETA has targeted police, politicians and judges in three decades of bomb attacks and has killed many civilians in the process. Should they expand their target list there is no telling if attacks will be more frequent and widespread. The risks to travelers are minimal, but increased attacks imply greater insecurity, no apparent end to the violence, and the ongoing possibility that visitors could be in the wrong place at the wrong time.