One Portuguese hospital has seen the same amount of patients in January as it did during the whole of last year as the third wave of the pandemic sweeps across the country.
The proposed law allowing euthanasia and assisted suicide for terminally ill and gravely injured people now goes to Portugal's President for approval.
Voters are choosing among seven presidential candidates amid rising COVID cases.
Portugal will head to the polls on Sunday to choose a new President, despite pandemic lockdown measures still in place. We take a look at Chega!, a right-wing party pushing to get through to the second round.
Stricter lockdown rules have been introduced in Portugal amid surging coronavirus cases, with the pandemic setting grim records there and across Europe.
Dozens of people were evacuated from their homes and at least one house was destroyed, local media reported.
Jagged volcanic peaks emerging from cool mist and tumbling down to bays that shimmer like liquid jade in the sun, the archipelago of the Azores is not the stuff of idle reverie but a fresh burst of paradise and symphony of nature.
Washington has threatened Lisbon with consequences if it lets Chinese firm Huawei be part of its 5G network.
Portugal is Europe's top bicycle producer, but lags behind many places in terms of domestic riders. Filipa Soares investigates why - and what's being done to address that.
Resistance to censorship was a central theme of the World Press Cartoon awards in Portugal and the subsequent ongoing exhibition. The ceremony also managed to sucessfully navigate COVID-imposed restrictions.
Rui Pinto admits he was behind the Football Leaks exposés published between 2015-18, but argues he is a whistleblower, not a criminal.