PEPLO, Greece -- As the world begins to travel again, Europe is sending migrants a loud message: Stay away! Greek border police are firing bursts of deafening noise from an armored
In non-pandemic summers, both continental Europe and the United Kingdom draw crowds of tourists from around the world. Last summer, they couldn't get there. This summer many should be able
The rain clouds that have blanketed Denver over much of Memorial Day weekend are expected to clear out just as the holiday weekend ends. Rain and possibly thunderstorms are expected to
As Europe celebrated the end of the Second World War in May 1945, the Irish Government embarked on a significant humanitarian campaign, sending more aid than it could afford to
As Italy reopens borders for travelers, Dubai-based carrier Emirates has announced a slew of new and increased services. Emirates is resuming flights to Venice in July as well as increasing
History forgot about these Black soldiers of WWII. Now, a group is making its mission to remember their work.
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Marielena Zelaya Kolker1926-2021Dr. Marielena Zelaya Kolker was born November 16, 1926 in the historic heart of Mexico City, across from the Alameda, the most ancient public park in the Americas.
MADRID – A Spanish foundation on Wednesday awarded one of the country’s most prestigious awards to U.S. writer and activist Gloria Steinem. The jury that decides the Princess of Asturias Awards
This month’s translation column features stunning reissues and rediscovered writers from Italy, Argentina, and Romania, plus a satire from Slovenia, a multi-layered narrative from Brazil, and a dark comedy from