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Street art made with explosives and chisels: Meet Vhils
“I say that I'm kind of an urban archaeologist because I basically carve on the walls of the city,” explains Vhils, who is considered among the top urban artists in the world.
Azores island authorities prepare evacuations amid earthquake fears
Six straight days of minor tremors have stoked fears of a possible major earthquake or volcanic eruption.
After a dry winter, how is Portugal learning to live with drought?
It has barely rained in Portugal this year and farmers are now facing a tough growing season ahead, and a bleak outlook for the coming decades. We meet one farmer to see how he's learning to live with drought.
Massive cargo ship carrying electric cars sinks in Atlantic Ocean
The Felicity Ace caught fire thirteen days ago off the coast of Portugal's Azores.
Portugal's drought worsens, rainfall down to 7% of average
No significant rainfall is expected for the rest of the month.
Portuguese navy rescues 22 from burning cargo ship in Atlantic Ocean
The 200-metre-long ship caught fire near the Azores Islands on Wednesday.
Portugal's new government delayed by 157,000 invalid votes from abroad
The election rerun will not change the result, as Antonio Costa's Socialist Party secured a landslide victory.
Dry winter drains reservoirs and ruins crops across Spain and Portugal
Rainfall in Spain this winter has been just one-third of the average for recent years with large parts of the Iberian Peninsula experiencing drought.
Extreme winter drought devastates crops in Spain and Portugal
Half of Spain’s farms are threatened by drought this year, while scientists estimate that Portugal will see a drop in annual rainfall of 20% to 40% by the end of the century.
Surfers take on the big waves at the Tow Surfing Challenge in Portugal
The world's best big wave surfers took on 40 to 50-foot waves on Thursday in Nazaré, Portugal.
Police foil attack on students at the University of Lisbon
An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences and possession of weapons.
More than 200 allegations of sex abuse in Portuguese Catholic Church
An independent committee was set up in January to examine historical sex abuse.
Portugal's government approves lithium mining despite growing concerns
Portugal’s government gave the lucrative mining industry permission to extract the metal in six different parts of the country despite widespread environmental concerns.
Portugal limits hydroelectric power amid unusual winter drought
At least 45% of Portugal is currently experiencing “severe” or “extreme” drought.
Portugal's Fonseca delights home crowd on final day of World Judo Tour Grand Prix
A round up of the final day of the World Judo Tour in Almada Portugal.
Portugal election: Key takeaways as Socialists cement power
With more than 99% of the votes counted, the PS, lead by Prime Minister Antonio Costa, had secured 41.68% of the vote and an outright majority.
Portugal's parliament investigating possible hack during election
Portugal is electing a new legislative parliament on Sunday.
Portugal election: Socialists re-elected but far-right make gains
A poll by Portugal’s Catholic University for public broadcaster RTP estimated that the Socialists collected between 37%-42% of the vote on Sunday, with their main rival, the centre-right Social Democrats taking 30%-35%.
Youngsters shine in second day of the 2022 Portugal Grand Prix
The crowd in Alamada were spoilt with fantastic displays from Judo's finest at the Portugal Judo Grand Prix.
2022 World Judo Tour kicks off
The 2022 World Judo Tour kicked off in Portugal with a thrilling first day at the Grand Prix in Almada as the home nation makes an early grab for Gold
Portugal election: How important is the vote for the EU?
Prime Minister António Costa's Socialist Party is neck and neck with Rui Rio's Social Democratic Party.
Portugal election: how the left's odd political coalition was born
As part of our coverage of Portugal's upcoming election later this month, we look at the unique cirucumstances that brought about the so-called 'Geringonça' coalition.
Portugal election: the rise of the far-right
In this special preview of Portugal's parliamentary election we shine a spotlight on the country's far-right Chega party
Portugal election: the voters caught between apathy and anger
As part of our Portuguese election coverage we talk to a family struggling to cope with the cost of living and meet an restaurateur struggling to survive the pandemic.
This is why book lovers need to head to Portugal this year
With a rich cultural history, there’s more to experience in Portugal than just port and pastéis de nata.
Portugal's PM joins in early voting ahead of general election
The official election date in Portugal is 30 January, but the early voting option was introduced to avoid over-crowding on the day itself.