Pardoning “witches” of the Middle Ages: A symbol for our times?

Recently in Spain, the Catalan regional parliament formally pardoned hundreds of women executed between the 15th and 18th centuries because they were "witches". Scotland’s parliament could soon do the same, while other places in Europe and the United States have already made similar moves. Activists say such actions are relevant to our times of rumour […]
By Julia Crawford
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