In the ‘war on terror’: a forgotten front?

Aupa, everyone! My name is Chelsea Estancona, and I’m currently finishing up a semester abroad  in a little corner of the world in northern Spain: the Basque country. Here both Euskera (aupa= hey) and Castellano are official languages, the food specialties are different from mainstream Spain, and the land is green as opposed to the more arid climate further south. But if you’ve heard of the region, chances are that it’s for a darker reason: the persistent acts of terrorism from the Basque separatist group ETA (Euskadi ta Askatasuna).

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