Monday 8 April 2024

EL PAÍS News in English

Attack on World Central Kitchen

Dear readers,

This week, seven aid workers from the disaster relief group World Central Kitchen (WCK) were killed by an Israeli missile strike. In the wake of the attack on the organization, founded by Spanish-American chef José Andrés, EL PAÍS looked at other civilians who have been killed by Israeli soldiers. (...).

‌In Argentina, we spoke to the workers in the firing line of President Milei's mass government layoffs, and in Colombia, we reported on the efforts to crack down on sex tourism after a U.S. citizen was discovered with two young girls.

In other news, we interviewed Jane C. Ginsburg, the daughter of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, about the challenges posed by artificial intelligence, reviewed a new book that depicts Franco’s Spain as a Nazi hideout, and investigated why the American far-right is obsessed with nicotine pouches.

We hope you enjoy this week's selection of stories.

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