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Iñaki de Azpiazu, the Basque priest who touched lives wherever he...

Conferencia de prensa (en el Plaza Hotel) (Final de la misma). De izd. a der.: Joaquín Gamboa, Iñaki Azpiazu, Andrés irujo, Basaldua y el Lehendakari Aguirre.
Iñaki de Azpiazu, as a democrat and human rights defender, touched lives wherever he went, from the Land of the Basques to his adopted homeland, Argentina

An introduction to the first lehendakari and his flight through Nazi...

Jose Antonio Aguirre disfrazado de José Andrés Álvarez de la Lastra, ciudadano panameño, para huir de los nazis
Historian Ingo Niebel is presenting his book about Lehendakari Aguirre's flight through Occupied Europe to escape Nazi and Francoist persecution

Forty years on, and we still have to denounce the impunity...

An initiative at the European Parliament to denounce the impunity of those who committed crimes during Franco's regimes. We still need "truth, justice, and reparations."

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...

Yes, they’re guilty, because they’re Basque, ‘abertzales’, ‘gudaris’, anti-fascists, and members...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp I've been thinking about the articles and reports popping up about "The Basque Swastika", which was presented at...

The BNP/PNV, the swastika, Sweden, the Basques, “good Spaniards”, Orson Welles,...

This article was translated by John R. Bopp This documentary will air on ETB2 at 10:00pm on Monday, January 6, 2013 A personal reflection about this documentary...

Anjel Lertxundi: “In every tragedy, the victims are forgotten”. An...

Just one of those little coincidences in life.  On December 4, 2011, the Mexican daily El Informador published the statements made by Fernando Aramburu, in which...