BBC News | 3/1/2010 12:00:00 AM
Venezuela 'helped Eta and Farc plot against Uribe'
March 1st--A Spanish judge has accused the Venezuelan government of assisting two rebel groups which plotted to kill Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe.
He said he believed Farc had asked for Eta's help in a plot to kill Colombian officials in Spain, including Mr Uribe.
He said the two groups benefited from "Venezuelan government co-operation".
In a 26-page indictment Mr Velasco said an investigation launched in 2008 has turned up evidence "that demonstrates Venezuelan governmental co-operation in the illicit collaboration between Farc and Eta".
Both groups are listed as terrorist organisations by the US and EU.
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