Three bombs exploded on the Spanish tourist island of Mallorca on Sunday, but no one was hurt, according to Spanish news outlets.
Police had evacuated certain areas and cordoned them off following a warning from the Basque separatist group ETA, CNN sister network CNN+ reported, citing anti-terrorism sources.
The three sites targeted in Sunday's attacks included two restaurants and a commercial level underneath a main square, which contains shops and parking. Read full article »
CNN's Per Nyberg, Adrian Bernal and Al Goodman contributed to this report.