Popular Uprising

Consuelo Ordoñez loves to talk. Nothing — not the bottles hurled at her when she speaks out against terrorism, or the firebomb tossed into her living room last year, or the knowledge that she is marked for death — can shut her up. She talks to keep alive the legacy of her dead brother, who was assassinated in 1995 by ETA, the separatist terror outfit that demands independence for the Basques of northern Spain and has killed 800 people in the last 30 years in an effort to obtain it.

Since her brother's death, Ordoñez has become...

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