The sigh is weak and the mask leaves it unnoticeable.
Najat El Hachmi had not returned to the class where he studied 5th grade of EGB at the Jaume Balmes school in Vic. Except for the floor of the now speech therapy classroom of a nursing home, everything is the same as 30 years ago.
It is not melancholy, but sadness: it was the course of the ETA attack on the Civil Guard barracks in May 1991, in which her best friend, Cristina, died.
“You were the ones who stood out the most,” says Carme Roquer, director of the school for a decade and ...
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