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Should Spain Close Franco's Tomb?

Every year around this time, a tempest brews in the mountains just north of Madrid. On the weekend closest to Nov. 20, devotees of Francisco Franco, who died on...

What Spain Sees in Robert Capa's Civil War Photo

"If your pictures aren't good enough," Robert Capa once remarked, "then you're not close enough." For more than 35 years, Capa's 1936 photograph "Death of a...

At Last, Spain Faces Up to Franco's Guilt

Germany had the Nuremberg trials. Italy took justice into its own hands by executing Mussolini and hanging him upside down in Milan's Piazzale Loreto. France...

The Fight over Franco's Palace

Two weddings took place at the Pazo de Meiras in northwestern Spain on Friday. In one, held in the chapel of the faux-medieval palace, the real Leticia...

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Photo Essays

American Atrocity: Remembering My Lai

Through the centuries, whether combatants have fought with spears, bows and arrows, muzzle-loading rifles, naval cannons, long-range bombers, nuclear weapons or...

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