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What to do

“A great deal of contemporary art has lost its spiritual element”

Antonio Javier López interview

‘bottari’, and your work in general, a way of facing up to the violence in the world? –Yes. I’m particularly sensitive to human violence in any of its destructive forms. It is something absolutely dominant in the world today. –Do you understand art as a ... Europe than in Asia. Of course New York, for example, is very different; everybody is competing and fighting for money, although there are some very stimulating values there as well. I believe every human being, and every culture, needs this spiritual

10:11

LifeStyle

A return to find poverty... and vitality

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...his first view of the human carnage wrought by war and Franco’s regime. Walking past him on the street were “children of ten with wizened faces, women of thirty who are already hags... I have never seen such sheer misery before”. Brenan talks to a

10:12

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Haunted by the past

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...movement had helped to exhume around 5,500 bodies of Franco’s victims from 280 unmarked ditches like the one in which Pilar, Virtudes and Valeriana were dumped. In January this year, the ARMH was awarded an €829,000 ($100,000) human rights prize by the ... loved ones died. The struggle of Poyales’ residents to bury their dead ceremonially, and to hold guilty individuals to account, is of course deeply moving on a human level; but it is also symbolic of Spain’s struggle as a whole to come to terms with

10:12

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Life, death, love and war

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...one brought to life by some of the finest dialogue Hemingway ever wrote. One wonders to what extent his protagonist’s belated, earth-shattering realisation was also Hemingway’s - namely, that “love is the most important thing that can happen to a human

10:12

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“Hyperthermia can become the fourth pillar in cancer treatment”

j. j. buiza

After more than 25 years involved in the fight against cancer, Jorge Contreras admits that for the first time he feels that he is immersed in something which is truly new and exciting. This 51-year-old doctor coordinates the Spanish Society of Oncolo

10:12

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A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

A central vein of disappointment and sadness runs through A Moment of War, Laurie Lee’s unrelentingly bleak account of his experiences during the Spanish civil war. As I Walked Out One Midsummer’s Morning - the conclusion of which is this book’s begi

10:30

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Lives that begin ahead of time

amanda salazar health

...specialist hospitals such as the Materno Infantil in Malaga, which have sufficient material and human resources and staff trained in caring for these babies.The limits are delicate, bearing in mind that the legal limit for abortion in this country is 22

10:30

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Genetic engineering to stop AIDS

Eugenio Cabezas health

AIDS is one of the greatest pandemics in the world. It was only discovered 35 years ago in Los Angeles, but now around 38 million people have been infected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and approximately half of them are unaware of the