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The Douro Valley is world famous for the Porto wine and September is a crucial month.
People have been evacuated from three villages in the Algarve region in southern Portugal, including a holiday resort, as hundreds of firefighters continued to battle wildfires across the country on…
After the highs come the lows as Euro 2016 champions Portugal discovered in the first World Cup qualifying match against Switzerland.
EU Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly has demanded that the European Commission (EC) clarify its position over the recent appointment of former EC president Jose Manuel Barroso as chairman and adviser to Goldma
Portuguese Maritime Police rescued 38 migrants including several babies and infants from a dinghy in the Aegean sea on Sunday (September 4).
Portugal’s government is considering asking Iraq to remove its diplomatic immunity from the sons of its ambassador after they allegedly attacked a 15-year-old…
Firefighters have been battling wildfires for more than a week in Portugal.
3,200 hectares burned, which corresponds to almost one-third of the area of the entire county.
Flames on the tourist island of Madeira have made headlines worldwide but Portugal’s mainland is also being ravaged by a wave of more than 100 wildfires.
Wildfires continue to rage across Portugal. Thousands of firefighters have been battling at least 300 blazes. Twelve of those have been classified as major or large.
At least three people have been killed and about 1,000 evacuated after wildfires engulfed parts of Funchal, the capital of the Portuguese island of Madeira.
More than 400 people have been forced to leave their homes on the Portuguese island of Madeira because of wildfires.
The authorities say around 3,000 firefighters, the majority of them volunteers, are trying to extinguish hundreds of forest fires across the country.
Thousands of firefighters are deployed as forecasters say the risk for the north of the country until Wednesday is "very high" or at its "maximum".
A second secret UN Security Council ballot suggests former Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Guterres remains the front-runner to become the United Nations’ next…
In Porto, Portugal’s second largest city, it is not difficult to find women who complain about being harrassed on the streets.
European Commission warns Poland to respect rule of law but decides not to sanction Spain and Portugal for overspendingNo sanctions for Spain and Portugal for overspending but EU confrontation will Poland escalates
No sanctions for Spain and Portugal for overspending but EU confrontation will Poland escalates
The European Commission decided Wednesday not to fine eurozone countries Spain and Portugal for overspending in 2015 but opted for granting them more time to correct budget deficits.
Club’s around Europe continue to bolster their ranks ahead of the fast approaching new season.
Portugal’s Euro 2016-winning coach Fernando Santos has penned a new deal to take charge until the next European Championship.
Tens of thousands of people welcomed back the Portugal football team in Lisbon on Monday after the team won the European Championship, its first major trophy.
Portugal’s victorious team has been given a heroes welcome on their return to Lisbon after becoming Champions of Europe.
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