Homosexuals were among the first to be disillusioned by the Cuban revolution
It is time for Europeans who claim to defend freedom to stand up and demand justice for the whistleblower
While Assad’s compatriots cut each other's throats, we can enjoy relative peace
To get inside the head of the "lone wolf," 'Crime and Punishment' is recommended reading
The patchwork of the Syrian civil war is more complex than those of the Spanish and Balkan wars, and threatens to detonate further trouble in the Middle East
Syrians no longer define themselves by nationality but by religion
According to a select group of Silicon Valley experts, the prodigious advances in new technologies serve as new theoretical support for the existence of a single God
The bishop of Córdoba fears Unesco's secret plan to "turn half the human race homosexual"
The politicians based their approach to public governance on barefaced clientelism, to the applause of the newly enriched middle classes
With the process of de-colonization going on throughout Africa, Sidi Ifni and the Sahara territory were proclaimed a "Spanish province"