The Fiesta de San Fermín began today in Pamplona and the first bull run, lasting two and a half minutes, resulted in three people being injured, two of them seriously.
The first bull run at San Fermin 2009 was a (relatively) routine affair, if running along with a herd of huge bulls can be considered as ‘routine’.
National Police officers have arrested three men in Pamplona and one woman in Valencia who are suspected of being members of a new ETA group, the ‘comando Nafarroa’. Various searches of premises are being carried out, with the police expecting to find caches of arms and explosives. The ‘comando Nafarroa’ is apparently a recently formed group and it is not …
The San Fermin festival is underway in Pamplona but, even before the traditional bull running, the casualty list was one dead and more than 100 injured.