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Oscar Álvarez-Gila has penned this article analyzing the attempts to compile the history of the Basque diaspora from the 1990s through today
The Brotherhood and Basque Center of Our Lady of Aranzazu have issued a statement condeming the storming of the Capitol Building in Washington
BBC Mundo tells the war story of Ernest Hemingway and a group of Basques fighting Nazis and fascists in Cuba during the Second World War
For many Basque patriots, for those who fought for freedom and democracy during the war that followed Franco's military coup and the 40 years...
A young Basque-Canadian has joined the International Court of The Hague as the law secretary to its former President
One of the main streets in Havana, Agramonte, is still known by its original name, Zulueta, a Basque slave trader who moved to Cuba
La ciudad argentina de Tres Arroyos ha preparado unos circuitos para explicar las aportaciones de diferentes comunidades nacionales, entre ellas la vasca
Colón utilizó la palabra vasca «agur» en la carta que escribió en uno de los momentos más criticos de su vida
The Basque Government has just debuted the video summarizing the contributions of the Basque community abroad to the celebration of the 2020 Day of the Basque Diaspora
Today, we'd like to bring you a work by Xabier Lamikiz, professor at the Department of Public Policy and Economic History at the University of...