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New report by the World Travel and Tourism Council shows over one million tourism sector jobs remain unfilled in the EU
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Masks are now mandatory until the of August, with ministers warning that autumn could see additional measures brought in.
Hundreds of firefighters battle huge forest fire near Lisbon
Local residents, including 30 people from a retirement home, had to be evacuated to safety as the fire approached.
Europe is baking: Watch wildfires ignite in Spain, France and Portugal
In Spain, a man who was trapped in a wildfire escaped with his clothes on fire after attempting to prevent the blaze from reaching his town.
Car drives through violent wildfire in Portugal, as country wilts under heatwave
A car drives through a wildfire in central Portugal, where over 2,000 firefighters were battling four major fires across the country on Thursday morning.
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Two European destinations rank highly for expat life, but one favourite destination falls to the bottom 10.
Europe faces major heatwave, with drought and wildfires
Many countries in the southern and western parts of the continent have already succumbed to exceedingly hot and dry weather, expected to last for about 10 days.
More than 30 people injured as wildfires rage across central Portugal
Authorities said that 3,000 firefighters and 30 aircraft were battling active blazes.
Delays and cancellations in Lisbon add to flight chaos in Europe
Around 100 flights in and out of the Portuguese capital were cancelled over the weekend as air travel chaos continued across Europe.
Inside Lisbon's housing crisis
Prohibitive property prices, spiralling rents, speculation and evictions. Lisbon once again finds itself in the midst of a housing crisis. Euronews' Julian Gomez investigates what it means for residents and asks what the authorities are doing to combat it.
Consensus builds around Ukraine's EU bid ahead of crucial summit
Denmark, Sweden, the Netherlands and Portugal are among the latest countries to support granting Ukraine candidate status.
Spain sweltering amid hottest pre-summer heatwave in at least 20 years
Spain's meteorological office says heatwaves are becoming more frequent.
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.
Iberian Peninsula seeks to become renewables supplier
For Spain and Portugal, the EU plan to reduce its dependency on Russian fossil fuels may be a historical opportunity.
'Biggest Portuguese party in Europe' returns to France after two-year hiatus
The Festa de Pontault-Combault is returning for its 46th incarnation and is expected to attract around 30,000 revellers on Saturday and Sunday.
Group H Preview - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: A group of star strikers
Group H has three of football's biggest names, but only two will qualify out of the group. Who will miss out?
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
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Make a bee line for these insect-friendly hotels this World Bee Day.
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.
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Prosecutors have told Portuguese TV they are "convinced" that the identified suspect killed the British girl.