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Chris and Julie survived the fires in Pedrógão Grande on June 17, 2017. Haunted by the experience, they have migrated to cooler climes on Portugal’s coast.
"The unruly behaviour of an air passenger may constitute an ‘extraordinary circumstance’ capable of exempting the carrier from its obligation to pay compensation for the cancellation or long delay of the flight concerned," the court said.
McCann, then three, went missing on May 3, 2007, in and around the resort in Praia da Luz, on Portugal's Algarve coast.
In this episode, Real Economy looks at what impact the coronavirus crisis is having on Europe's most vulnerable, and what the European Union is doing to help them.
Crowds took to the beaches in Portugal as coronavirus restrictions were eased.
"We cannot touch them, there's no contact, but just the fact of being there and looking them in the eyes is very positive".
As the good weather and the restrictive measures slowly lift, more people have been going out to enjoy their newfound freedom but are not respecting the rules to avoid the spread of coronavirus.
Stories like this prove the COVID-19 crisis is not all doom and gloom.
Italy celebrated Liberation Day on Saturday, marking the 75th anniversary of the end of the fascist dictatorship of war-time ruler Benito Mussolini.
Festival organisers admit they didn't foresee a pandemic scenario but for next year's editions, they'll have backup plans
Civic obedience and more time to prepare, according to one expert.
A new online platform puts in contact owners of empty houses and health workers in the need of a home.
Portugal has taken the step to grant the right to social security and health care for all migrants who have applied for citizenship, to ensure nobody is left behind in the fight against coronavirus
Having left austerity behind, Portugal is now a shining example of economic recovery - a demand stimulus policy based on the real estate market and tourism. However, good results hide a darker reality.
As Spain debates euthanasia, the sick ask to be heard: "If I'm making my family suffer because I have no strength left in my body, I want to die. I want to have that right"
The debate took place against a background of protests outside parliament in Lisbon
Portugal's PM António Costa is among leaders who do not want to see the EU's budget cut post-Brexit.
The world football players' union tells Euronews that the response to racism needs to go "far beyond" the sport and current sanctions are not enough.
In 2018 the approval of assisted death fell short by only five votes
EU coastal member states have just over a year to come up with plans to boost the marine economy while preserving coastal ecosystems for generations to come. We look at how they're doing it.
Can you build a wind turbine in the same spot as a fish farm, and how do you make sure whale watchers and fishermen don’t clash at sea? It's all about maps.
FC Porto striker Moussa Marega, who is from Mali, was visibly angered by monkey noises aimed at him after he scored in a Portuguese league game.
The 98-bell chimes of the basilica of the Portugal's Palacio Nacional de Mafra rang on Sunday after nearly 20 years of silence.
The lawyers for the jailed Portuguese hacker say he was behind the leaks that have allegedly implicated Africa's richest woman.
A European project is helping to bring new life to degraded land, working to transform and reinvigorate the soil with organic compost and man-made 'technosols'.