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This isn't the first time (you'll find our earlier articles below), and we imagine it won't be the last, where we cover a topic...
Doble Espacio at the School of Journalism at the University of Chile has published an artice on the stories of two Basque exiles in Chile
Journalist Ana Paula Gremoliche has published an article in 'Huarpe' about the role of the Basques in the history of San Juan province in Argentina
'The Nevada Independent' has published an excellent article on award-winning 'bertsolari' Jesús "Jess" Goñi, originally from the Baztán Valley in Navarre and now resident in Washoe County, Nevada
Eusebio Zamacola, born in Basauri, ended up as a legendary bandit in the Chacho, before turning his life around
Today, the news announced a month ago has come true: Pope Francis has signed the decree recognizing Monsignor Elorza as "Venerable"
Basques all over the world are celebrating the Korrika, as a way to support and promote Basque. Today, we bring you the event in Boise
The Limako Arantzazu Euzko Etxea—Lima Basque Center has just made the announcement on their blog: Monsignor Martín Fulgencio Elorza Legaristi, shall name Monsignor Elorza,...
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
410th anniversary of the founding of the Brotherhood of Aránzazu of Lima, the first Basque organization in the New World