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Just hours before the latest deadline, the Iraqi embassy has finally ‘responded’ to Portugal’s request to lift diplomatic immunity protecting the ambassador’s twin sons from questioning over the...

The day before Portugal’s António Guterres solemnly stepped into the limelight as the ninth secretary-general of the UN, a less well-known countryman attached to the intergovernmental organisation...

They have struck in the Algarve, in the north and in the centre of Portugal - and many of them are still at large.

We’re talking about a South America house-breaking gang that has been...

As if the interminable queues, organisational chaos and virulent flu bug were not enough to be getting on with this New Year, the national federation of public health service workers has just...

Thick fog that enveloped Lisbon, and many other parts of the country, this (Thursday) morning meant that a scheduled visit to the capital by European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker had...

Justice has returned to outlying communities as 20 courts closed in the bleak days of austerity have been rescued from mothballs.

From Monchique in the Algarve, to Paredes de Coura in the...

On the face of it, Portugal’s New Year could hardly have started better. We are being told to expect “even more tourists” than ever before (and the sector is already booming). Foreign investment...

Environmentalists from Portugal and Spain have set a date to take the growing row over the threat posed by Almaraz nuclear plant to its next logical step.

Following Spain’s decision to...

Radio station RFM was one of the first to announce this evening that Portugal’s former prime minister António Guterres, newly-stepped into the role of UN secretary general, has been in telephone...

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