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Majority

Women make up 52% of the world’s population, and we can no longer accept being treated as a minority

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A metamorphosis

One morning she noticed that she wasn’t praying for the police at the healthcare protests. She wasn’t sure of anything any more. It was all so strange…

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The gumboil

He looked in the mirror and again saw his deformed face; the left jaw as if the bone in it had melted

COLUMN

The bishop’s weakness

Atlético fan Juan José Aguirre has spent 33 years in the Central African Republic, the world's second-poorest country

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A whiff of gasoline

Daniel's parents had lost their house late last year after months of desperate struggle with the bank that gave them the mortgage

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A shot in the head

What bothered her most, and her boyfriend knew it, was the uncontrolled drooling stare of the guy with the hat, who must have been ten years older than she was

COLUMN

Not a movie

Her unemployment benefits were about to run out, and her husband's money wouldn't last forever…

COLUMN

Christmas in September

As soon as he entered the house, he knew something strange was going on… Grandma?

COLUMN

Beyond the wall

That tenacious sobbing came from the body and spirit of a man alone

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A chance for Isabel

The opportunity she was being offered consisted of working 11 hours a day for 350 euros a month, and almost no social security contributions

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Back to Baden-Baden

Summer in Madrid does not have to be a bad option

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Magda has a visa

A mother will see her son graduate from a US college thanks to a warm-hearted response

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A visa for Magda

An exemplary woman is going to miss her son's graduation because she is Paraguayan

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Eternal life

She looks at her daughter and doesn't recognize her, but listens to her and recognizes herself on the other side of time

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An exemplary end

The crash was sudden. Many restaurants closed, others opted to purchase inferior but cheaper fish, and so on with shops, supermarkets and wholesalers across the continent

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Story of Spain

When word went round of plans to demolish some houses, the women of the neighborhood linked arms and made a human shield

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Mardeleva

Readers' clubs are one of the things that are now at risk due to the cutbacks on cultural spending

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Juan Espinosa Chica

The man whose name I forgot to ask told me the story better than the reader can ever imagine

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Lucky girl

The night before the wedding, celebrating with her friends, she was happy with the dress: white, summery, pretty, cheap

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Fist things fist

"Spain is the laughing stock of Europe, of the whole world," said the lawyer. "Here we have vacations upon vacations, and nobody gets any work done"