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A NEW look at the lives of the prisoners who built the Valley of Fallen aims to give it a more acceptable spin, writes...
Mayor Jose Hila said that ‘erasing Franco's heritage from the streets was not only a legal obligation, but also a moral obligation towards his victims’
FAMILIES of the victims buried at the Valley of the Fallen will soon receive information on their loved ones thanks to a new collaboration...
IMAGINE if, rather than losing the Second World War and committing suicide in Berlin, Adolf Hitler had successfully invaded the British Isles and ruled...
Shields had previously been taken down from schools, churches, and army headquarters
Spain’s Cordoba changes the name of two streets back to names of people associated with the Franco regime
TWO streets in Cordoba have reverted their names back to what they used to be a year ago.
International Women’s Day: We sit down with a feisty Franco survivor honoured for her heroics in fascist, male-dominated Spain
‘TO tell a woman everything she cannot do, is to tell her what she can’ is a Spanish proverb that perfectly fits Isabel Marquez...
Quick thinking property investors are, however, jumping on these properties as the landlords are wanting to wash their hands of the commitment
Feminist protesters bare their chests at neo-fascists commemorating Franco’s death in Spain’s Madrid.
The women had the slogans ‘neither honour or glory in fascism’ written on their torsos and ‘stop 20-n' on their backs
As Spain’s General Election looms, Heather Galloway recalls her day watching Franco be exhumed from his Madrid tomb
As we watched, alongside me there were murmurings of indignation and rage
A short while after, the helicopter carrying Franco could be seen rising overhead and a cry went up of ‘Franco lives!’
Finally a mass murderer has been moved away from the 30,000 he killed.
Franco sympathisers gather at Valley of the Fallen amid tight security as Spain’s former dictator Francisco Franco is exhumed
The exhumation has been fiercely criticised by Franco sympathisers and far-right party Vox.
Monks say Spain’s government can’t exhume dictator Franco’s body because he is buried in ‘sacred place’
The Abbey of the Valley of the Fallen sits on ground under which Franco is buried.
Pedro Sanchez’s socialist government had pledged to move the ex-tyrant‘s body from underneath the monument.
Jack Gaioni explores the horrors of a Civil War concentration camp and Franco’s grip on the Spanish press
IF you were hoping for a ‘feel good’ article, read no further. If you were hoping for some logical, ‘moral-to-the story account’ - again, read...
Spain’s Government SEIZES former dictator General Franco’s €5 million summer palace over its ‘fraudulent’ sale
It comes as Pedro Sanchez’s PSOE administration has pushed on with a plan to exhume the remains of the Fascist dictator
REMEMBERING THE ROSES: Spain second only to Cambodia for missing persons as mass women’s grave is set to be...
The 16 mothers, daughters and grandmothers rounded up that day were never seen again
The claim, which Preston labelled 'bollocks,' was made during a hearing into the removal of Franco's body from the hulking mausoleum in Spain's Valley of the Fallen
The arguments of his family against removing him from the Valley of the Fallen rested on the ‘irreparable’ damage it would cause
Thousand of people were shot in Madrid by Franco’s regime following the end of the civil war, the 80th anniversary of which is marked this year
The Pope's right hand man has written to Spain´s deputy Prime Minister to lend support for moving former dictator´s remains
Sanchez has said he wants to proceed immediately with digging up the former dictator, and wants to complete the plan before summer
"We will continue to be profoundly antifascist and committed to the rights and freedoms"
Bare-breasted Femen activists, who had the slogan 'Legal Fascism, National Shame' painted across their chests, stormed Franco remembrance rally
WATCH: Man defaces General Franco’s tomb in Madrid with red paint and is dragged away by security guards
The protest was sparked by growing tension surrounding the planned exhumation of the remains of General Franco from the Valley of the Fallen