Three bombs explode in Majorca
There has been three explosions on the Spanish island of Majorca.
Two at separate beach restaurants at 2.30pm local time and a second shortly after.
The third bomb was at Palma's Central Square where there is a large shopping mall. The bomb at been placed under the mall.
No one has been hurt as someone claiming to be from ETA gave a telephone warning.
There have been no reports of injuries following the small blasts in the major city of Palma.
The El Pais newspaper said a bomb had been left in a beach bag at the La Rigoletta restaurant, located in Paseo del Portitxol, on the Can Pere Antoni beachfront.
It was believed to have been placed in the women's toilets.
The building had been evacuated after a taxi firm received a warning call from someone claiming to represent the Basque separatist group, a spokesman for the regional government said.
Local authorities did not release any details on the second blast.