Basque


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  • noun

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a member of a people of unknown origin living in the western Pyrenees in France and Spain

the language of the Basque people

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And a new exhibition about the Basque children has opened at the Tolson Museum, featuring more about those who found themselves in Yorkshire, including one in Almondbury.
MADRID, Feb 23 (KUNA) -- Spain's National Court on Sunday called in members of the international commission of mediators overseeing the ceasefire in Basque region, north Spain.
Spanish judges have ordered the immediate release of a convicted Basque militant after the (http://www.
Basque and proto-Basque; language-internal and typological approaches to linguistic reconstruction.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Tens of thousands have marched in Spain to demand rights for imprisoned members of the Basque separatist organization ETA.
The armed nationalist organisation, founded in 1959, has waged a long campaign for independence for the seven regions in northern Spain and south-western France which Basque separatists claim as their own.
THIS year marks the 75th anniversary of the arrival of a large number of Basque children in Guisborough.
EUSKADI Ta Askatasuna (Basque Homeland EUSKADand Free nationaAlthouhave and Freedom) are an armed Basque nationalist and separatist organisation.
is now reaping the fruit of hard work developing a Spanish-to-Basque Machine Translation system for the Basque Government.
HUNDREDS of angry protesters have booed French President Nicolas Sarkozy in the Basque Country, forcing him to take shelter in a bar.
He was born on July 31, 1923, in Fitchburg, MA, was the son of Pierre and Alice (Lemieux) Basque.
THE Basque armed group ETA has issued a statement saying it is ending its 43-year armed campaign for independence, and calling on Spain and France to open talks.
POLITICANS from the peace process will travel to Spain in an attempt to broker an agreement between Basque separatists and the Spanish Government.
The capital of the French Basque country is part-French, part-Spanish, but with an atmosphere of its own.
The armed Basque separatist group ETA on Monday consolidated its four-month ceasefire by making it "permanent, general" and "verifiable by the international community.