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
The Portuguese government has already made a gesture of good will, saying nothing is going to change with expat rights..., so long as nothing changes for Portuguese migrants in the UK.
“Last Sunrise” by Chinese-American director Wen Ren wins first prize at the Fantasporto international film festival in Portugal
Years of belt-tightening have put pressure on infrastructure.
There are now more microplastic particles than fish larvae in Portugal's Douro estuary, said researchers at the University of Porto, Portugal.
Portugal has promised fast-track airport access and no visa requirements for Brits after Brexit in a bid to retain its biggest source of tourists.
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Villagers have defended the tradition.
"It is a normal tradition for us because it has existed for many years," resident Rui Sergio said.
Several groups have responded to calls on social media to "block Portugal" in anti-government protests, echoing the wave of demonstrations across France.
28 people were injured when a tram derailed and flipped over in the Portuguese capital Lisbon.
Search for new markets amid fears UK trade could suffer.
Gathered in Brussels, the European socialist leaders endorsed the candidacy of Frans Timmermans as president of the European Commission. Will they be able to calm the anger that seems to prevail in Europe?
The Portuguese singer-songwriter's eighth album pairs him with female partners to sing "songs of love against the hate."
The World Bank is calling for innovations that will help us feed the planet.
Portugal plans to spend almost 470 million euros to try to reduce the risks to it population from coastal erosion and its vulnerability to climate change.
With the global population set to hit 9 billion by 2050, indoor farms say they are the solution to feeding the world.
"Europe needs to be prepared for election meddling" in the next European Parliament elections warns Ann Mettler, head of the European Commission in-house think thank,
The inventor of the World Wide Web has called for an end to the digital divide and for the web to be free and fair for all in his keynote speech at Web Summit in Lisbon.
Portugal has received 46 migrants from the Aquarius rescue ship in the last weeks.
Nine of them, from Somalia, are living in a social residence in Miranda do Corvo, a small village in the center of Portugal. Euronews went to see them
Conference in Portugal fosters female entrepreneurship
A tour of the Madeiran archipelago and its wine festival in Funchal