Venezuela’s Maduro Says Spain’s Aznar is a War Criminal

CARACAS – Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Monday repeated his charge that former Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar shares in the responsibility for the deaths of Iraqis killed as a consequence of the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of the Middle Eastern country, which the Spaniard supported.

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Documents Show Spanish Royalty Supported Argentine Dictatorship

Jorge Rafael Videla came to power in Argentina after a military coup in 1976. During Videla’s dictatorship, from 1976 to 1981 and country’s so-called Dirty war against dissidents, thousands of people were detained, abducted and murdered, which new documents show that the Spanish monarchy at a minimum tacitly supported.
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Spanish Film “Stockholm” Making Debut in California

SAN FRANCISCO – The Spanish film “Stockholm,” which received three Goya Award nominations in 2014 and won in the Best Actor category for Javier Pereira’s performance, is hitting the big screen for the first time in California at the Mill Valley Film Festival.

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