Portugal's parliament holds minute silence for forest fire victims as the political blame game begins
The minister said in her resignation letter that after the fires of recent days "I considered that I didn't have the political and personal conditions to continue in my post."
Dozens of victims of the worst forest fires in Portugal's history did not get the help they needed.
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.
Mario Soares admired by friends and political enemies
The state funeral of Portugal’s former President Mario Soares is due to be held later today (Tuesday Jan.
Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa is our guest on this episode of Global Conversation
The Portuguese Culture Minister has resigned after threatening to slap two columnists at the newspaper Publico. He made the comments on social media
Portugal’s new centre-right president was inaugurated on Wednesday. Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa takes office amid increasing EU pressure on the
Portugal’s new Socialist-led coalition government is facing its first test; a strike by around half of the country’s 600,000 civil servants. Courts
Portugal has a new president! The veteran centre-right candidate Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa notched up a convincing win in Sunday’s ballot, avoiding
People in Portugal have been voting in the presidential election against an unstable political backdrop that has seen the country ruled by a shaky
Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has been elected as the new president of Portugal. Euronews followed the centre-right politician’s election campaign and
The people of Portugal are voting for a new president on Sunday in a country never far from political turmoil in recent months. Voters have a record
Advance polls favour Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa to win Portugal’s January 24th presidential election. He has managed to convert his years of popularity
Maria de Belém was the first woman to preside over the Portugal’s Socialist Party (PS), between 2011 and 2014, but she is not its official candidate
Antonio Sampaio da Nóvoa wants to reset Portugal’s political clock if he is elected president on January 24. The independent candidate wants to end
The Portuguese will vote for a new president on the 24th of January. There are (a record) ten candidates to succeed the outgoing Cavaco Silva, but
Is Portugal about to take the same path as Greece? That’s the question being asked as the country’s new Socialist government was sworn in promising
Portugal’s new government has been sworn in, ending weeks of political uncertainty. It is led by the moderate Socialist party and backed in
Portugal’s president has named Socialist leader Antonio Costa as prime minister after weeks of political stalemate. The move by Anibal Cavaco Silva
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Portugal is hovering in uncertainty after left-wing MPs brought about the government’s collapse on Tuesday. It had stood for 11 days. Prime Minister
Anti-austerity lawmakers have ousted Portugal’s centre-right government by rejecting its policy proposals less than two weeks after it was sworn in
Portugal’s centre-right coalition government has fallen less than two weeks after it was sworn in. A group of left-wing parties rejected Passos
Portugal’s centre-right coalition government has fallen less than two weeks after it was sworn in. A group of left-wing parties rejected the