With the transfer of the remains of Francisco Franco from his ostentatious mausoleum to a small family crypt in a discrete cemetery, Spain began to settle an old debt with the hundreds of thousands of victims of the dictator. Eduardo Rodríguez-Baz Buried with all honours 44 years ago, […]
Criticised by many and demonised by its opponents, Wasp Network, by French director Olivier Assayas, is showing at the world’s famous film festivals; and it’s catching the critics’ eye. The film is based on the story of the so-called “Miami Five” and seeks to tell an extremely distorted truth. […]
With its perimeter heavily guarded by a menacing wire fence, this refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos is overcrowded with foreign migrants. It’s now common to see lines of refugees there, barefoot and soaking wet, having literally just come out of the sea, sad and overwhelmed.
Popular uprisings in Honduras, Haiti, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador and Colombia are part of a continental protest, the common denominator being the strong opposition to the financial policies imposed on these countries by the IMF. However, could they generate a social change one day? Juan Digo García Just as […]
There is a very violent war waged against women in South Africa. Last year 2,700 of them and more than one thousand children died at the hands of another person. One in five South Africans over 18 has experienced physical violence from their partner. By Ilsa Rodríguez This […]