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‘La Chana’ in her home, in an image from a new documentary about her life. Ampliar foto
‘La Chana’ in her home, in an image from a new documentary about her life.
El País Semanal in english

The invincible dancer

Antonia Santiago Amador, otherwise known as ‘La Chana,’ cast a spell over Salvador Dalí, Peter Sellers and Maya Plisétskaya. And though she suffered years of abuse from the men in her life, she rose above it to triumph around the world. A new documentary pays tribute to her spirit

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Pablo Capa plays with his 15-month-old son at his house in Kirkkonummi, Finland.
Pablo Capa plays with his 15-month-old son at his house in Kirkkonummi, Finland.

“Daddy, why not stay at home if you can?”

It might be considered a beacon of forward thinking when it comes to the work-life balance, but Finland is still discussing how to encourage men to take advantage of their paternity leave

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Crowds raise their arms up to the police on October 1, 2017 in Sant Julia de Ramis, Spain. Getty Images

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