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Portugal celebrates Saint Anthony's festival after two years of hiatus
The Festival of Saint Anthony returns to the Portuguese capital Lisbon after a two year hiatus due to the pandemic.
Nearly all of Portugal in 'severe drought' after hottest May on record
Portugal's weather service says hot temperatures and low rainfall have left most of the country facing drought.
Portugal's parliament makes third attempt to legalise euthanasia
Previous bills to allow assisted suicide have been blocked by the country's Constitutional Court and President.
Watch: This is officially the biggest wave ever surfed
German surfer, Sebastian Steudtner has received a Guinness World Record certificate for the biggest wave surfed in the world, for his surf on 29 October 2020
Portugal wants to start taxing cryptocurrencies, says finance minister
Portugal is currently seen as attractive to crypto investors thanks to current tax rules that don't apply to cryptocurrencies.
Meet the students who marched 400 km across Portugal for climate justice
"Activism is a way for us to leave our footprint on the planet and in history too. To make our own history and not just let it be told for us."
Portuguese ‘Digital Building’ opens door to country's architecture
Portugal's Casa da Arquitectura has created a so-called Digital Building to give people access to virtual versions of its exhibits free of charge.
Portugal investigates alleged misuse of Ukrainian refugees' data
Two pro-Russian members of an association had reportedly photocopied the documents of Ukrainian refugees.
Portugal is opening Europe's biggest floating solar park this year
The solar park will be the size of 4 football pitches and be made up of 12,000 panels.
How data and digitalisation are transforming healthcare in Europe
Cross-border data sharing and cutting-edge tech are increasingly at the heart of healthcare in Europe. We take a look at this digital revolution.
Dawn of a new healthcare era: "Data is the new oil"
The head of Portugal's digital agency at the ministry of health, tells Smart Health how the digital revolution is transforming the way healthcare is delivered in Europe.
Here’s why wine and chocolate lovers need to book a trip to Porto
For too long, one of this Portuguese city's main exports has been overlooked by travellers.
Scarybirds fly to the rescue of endangered species
Researchers seek new ways to reduce the environmental impact of fishing
“Microplastics are everywhere” researchers warn
Recent studies revealed evidence of microscopic plastic particles in the internal organs and blood of "almost all people tested", raising new concerns about the potential impact of microplastics on human health — and on marine life.
Portugal ignores Brexit rules by fast tracking Brits into the country
British travellers made up the majority of overseas visitors to Portugal in January and February this year.
Formal suspect declared over disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007
Madeleine McCann, three, disappeared on 3 May 2007 in Praia da Luz.
'Follow Her' takes three top awards at Fantasporto
What happens when a social media addict goes too far and gets trapped by her own thirst for validation? That's the idea behind a new American thriller called "Follow Her".
Street art made with explosives and chisels: Meet Vhils
“I say that I'm kind of an urban archaeologist because I basically carve on the walls of the city,” explains Vhils, who is considered among the top urban artists in the world.
Probe into Portuguese church sex abuse receives nearly 300 claims
A panel that began its inquiry in January has received witness statements from 290 alleged victims, with cases involving children as young as two years old.
27,000 tremors shake Azores island as scientists try to solve 'enigma'
The number of daily quakes in Sao Jorge has decreased in recent days but experts are not sure if that trend will continue.
'I'm scared to death': Island destination braces for an earthquake
About 200 of the recorded earthquakes, with a magnitude of up to 3.3, have been felt by the population.
Azores island authorities prepare evacuations amid earthquake fears
Six straight days of minor tremors have stoked fears of a possible major earthquake or volcanic eruption.
These four Portuguese cities are finalists for 2027 Capital of Culture
A volcanic island town, the 'third happiest city in Europe' and Portugal’s answer to Venice are among the final four contenders chosen by a 12-strong panel this month.
After a dry winter, how is Portugal learning to live with drought?
It has barely rained in Portugal this year and farmers are now facing a tough growing season ahead, and a bleak outlook for the coming decades. We meet one farmer to see how he's learning to live with drought.
Massive cargo ship carrying electric cars sinks in Atlantic Ocean
The Felicity Ace caught fire thirteen days ago off the coast of Portugal's Azores.
Portugal's drought worsens, rainfall down to 7% of average
No significant rainfall is expected for the rest of the month.