As a meeting of far-right groups from across Europe took place in Lisbon protesters outside said the conference should not have been allowed to take place
A massive fire stretching 25 km has been raging through the night between the central Portuguese boroughs of Vila de Rei and Mação.
More than 800 firefighters battled on Sunday one wildfire sweeping across central Portugal after being able to control two other blazes that prompted authorities to partially evacuate a village and left 20 people injured.
Euronews meets the headliners of NOS Alive festival and finds there really is an act for everyone.
Dozens of members of the Hells Angels motorcycle club have been charged over a violent attack in Lisbon last year.
Portugal PM says open to new alliance with far left
Traditionally, men walk alongside the female tray-carriers but are only expected to help share the load if there is an accident and the carrier requires assistance
More than 700 women carrying heavy-flower-decorated trays took part in the traditional Trays Festival around the historic town of Tomar
Our favourite plant-based cafes and restaurants in the Portuguese capital.
We explore the area's idyllic hotels, historic sites and mind-expanding arts and crafts institutions.
A classy finish separated the two sides in a largely even contest.
New report from a European drug agency reveals one in five people seeking treatment for opioid abuse are addicted to synthetic drugs
New report suggests drug entrepreneurs are creating cocaine 'call centres' which make it easier for drug users to order online
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The International Festival of Puppets and Animated Forms has returned for its 19th year. Artists from Denmark to Mozambique, Iran to France, will show works on themes of identity and freedom.
Drawings dripping with satire went on display at the World Press Cartoon in Portugal, as artists took on themes including politics, global warming, immigration, and Brexit.
As Portugal’s bullfighting tradition is stirring a tense debate in the country. The annual Cartoon Xira presented an exhibition of the Argentinian cartoonist Marlene Pohle's unpublished drawings.
According to Portuguese media, at least 29 people have been killed in a tourist bus crash on the island of Madeira.
Portugal's government has come to an agreement with striking truck drivers in which they will provide a minimum amount of fuel to emergency services and airports.
Young Ambassadors from Gazprom’s International Children’s Social Programme, Football for Friendship, were at the Dragão stadium in Porto on Wednesday to present the award.
We meet a group of locals living near the Portugal-Spain border, who reflect on how the EU has impacted their lives.
We meet a former Erasmus student who believes that while Brexit could be a call to arms against populism, it won't mean the end of the EU
In the years Portugal was plunged into a massive debt crisis, the country is estimated to have lost some 500,000 (of its 10 million) inhabitants. And the percentage of young qualified workers leaving still is among the highest in the EU.
We took to the saddle and biked around Portugal’s capital.
Euronews sets out on a two-month trip ahead of the European elections