David Chaum is championing xx alpha messenger, a unique chatting app that prevents observers making the connection between sender and receiver.
Across the EU, radical new parties and far-right populists are reshaping the political landscape. But that’s not the case in Portugal.
how can we as citizens promote the necessary change to stop our contribution to a visible problem so poorly combated by global geopolitics that inertia will impede reaching a pre-industrial age climate anytime soon? The answer might be closer to hand than you expected.
Seventy original works by the British artist Banksy are on display in Portugal. This exhibition has already been to Moscow and Madrid attracting more than 600,000 people.
There are the winners, yes, but many of us watch Eurovision for the losers. Sit back and relax as Euronews takes you on a whistlestop tour of some of the worst offenders against taste and good sense.
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.
A three-day strike by Portuguese fuel-tanker drivers ended on Friday after they agreed to resume negotiations over better pay and working conditions
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.
28 people were injured when a tram derailed and flipped over in the Portuguese capital Lisbon.
Gilets Jaunes echoes heard in Lisbon
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 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.
60 people evacuated from their homes after power lines are ripped out and trees uprooted
Landlords in Lisbon are forcing local residents to move out of their homes so they can rent them to tourists for more money
From the Scandi-cool labels of Stockholm to Ghent’s vintage treasure troves, here are five stylish weekend breaks.
The great singer's dedication to promoting rising talent in the world's foremost Opera singing competition enters its 26th year, and the latest edition has revealed an exceptional female voice.
Mezze is a very special restaurant in Lisbon. It is run by a non-governmental organisation. All the employees there are Syrian refugees. We stopped by to taste the food. Today they are doing a workshop, where 13 people are learning how to cook Middle Eastern specialities.
An unusual pop-up museum in Lisbon is delighting social media-focused visitors with colourful and dreamy displays of giant ice-creams and all thing sweet.
We meet Portuguese contemporary artist Joana Vasconcelos for the opening of her retrospective “I’m your Mirror” at Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum
An adventurous food hunting and atypical dining out experience attracting both the curious and the reckless.
60,000 visitors converge on Lisbon for WebSummit where experts discuss the promises and pitfalls of ultra-fast tech developments.
Portuguese visual artist Vhils's explosive technique is making itself felt in the Urban Art world.
"Materiality and Metamorphosis" is the title of a stunning new show of Joan Miro's works in Lisbon.
The Portuguese capital is still considered to be one of the safest tourist destinations in the world but is not taking any risks.
The World Press Photo Exhibition 2017 has begun wowing crowds with the best images that summed up our world over the past year.
Portugal marks the 43rd anniversary of its Carnation Revolution, with top left-wing politicians urging the EU to fight the rise of populism by focusing more on social welfare.