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The Basque Diaspora can use “eLiburutegia,” the electronic book lending service...

Acto de la presentación de eLiburutegia
This article was translated by John R. Bopp We read the news and we thought it was a great idea, and that it was such interesting news...

The Basque Culinary Center to give a €100,000 prize to the...

El Basque Culinary Center, una referenica internacional de la improtancia de la gastronomia vasca
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The Basque Culinary Center has set an annual international award up to recognize the chef who has made...

The Basque Government offers 4 scholarships to support the Basque communities...

Sede de la Lehendakaritza. Gobierno Vasco
This article was translated by Mikel Martín We first heard about these bursaries thanks to Euskalkultura, a website that we have permanently recommended and it always...

The Basque who signed the first international agreement in Basque, and...

for A whilenow, we've been wanting to write an entry dedicated to René Cassin (Bayonne, 1887 – Paris 1976).  A huge historical figure, he played a...

FBI spying on the Basque Government in New York (1938 -1947)

Fragmento de un documento del FBI sobre la delegación vasca en New York
This article was translated by Iustrans Today we have found a little gem while surfing the web: FBI files about their investigations and espionage activities...

The King of Spain talks about “Justice” in a building expropriated...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today, we're not going to discuss an article we found in the international media.  We're going to let...

This is Radio Euzkadi, the Voice of the Basque Resistance

An article on the publications of the Basque Press Office This article was translated by John R. Bopp Today, February 13, marks World Radio Day, and as if...

The North Atlantic, the “Sea of the Basques”, and we didn’t...

Biscayarhalvøya peninsula on the central part of the north coast of Albert I Land, northern Spitsbergen.
They say that a people who forget their history are condemned to repeat it.  We imagine that this sentence refers to negative aspects, because...

The plaques designating Red Bay as a World Heritage Site are...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp There are matters where we get the impression that either we're obsessed or we have a completely different...

Today, 77 years after making Guernica a “martyr city”, they still...

On this day in 1937, the Germans and Italians who supported Franco's insurgency reduced the Town of Guernica to rubble and bodies in what...