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With the hot dry summer fast approaching, Portugal is sending in the goats.
At least 39 people have been killed by wildfires in Portugal and Spain, officials from both countries said Monday.
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Madonna is heading overseas to a new home in Portugal, the AP reports. The Michigan native had been living in New York. She said on Instagram Saturday that she finds the energy of Portugal inspiring, and it makes her feel creative and alive.
With a freshly shaved line on the side of his head, soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo joined a training session with the Portugal national team … gearing up for a 2018 World Cup run. Ronaldo looked Ronaldo-ish … skilled, agile, rich ……
Portugal—dubbed a 2016 European hotspot by everyone from Vogue to Travel + Leisure—is having its moment in the sun. Hurry over before everyone else does. To help you do so in haste, a thumbnail guide to your stay in three of the enchanting country’s must-visit destinations. Porto, Portugal PORTOIt’s all in a […]
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Portugal’s players crowded around Cristiano Ronaldo as he sat on the turf, but their tearful captain couldn’t withstand the pain of his injury any longer. The Portuguese had to win their first major trophy the hard way on Sunday, stunning France 1-0 after extra time in the European Championship final,…
The European Commission on Thursday officially declared Spain and Portugal in violation of the EU public spending rules, the first step towards what would be unprecedented penalties against members of the bloc. The commission, the EU's executive arm, set the countdown to possible sanctions despite fears that austerity orthodoxy by Brussels will further stoke anti-EU populism in the wake of the Brexit vote and slow a weak economic recovery. Many EU powers led by Germany have long hoped for the commission to finally crack down on public overspenders, but with populist fires burning after the UK referendum, ministers meeting in Brussels on Tuesday could decide to delay their endorsement.
The European Commission has put off a contentious decision on imposing financial sanctions on Spain and Portugal for failing to bring their budget deficits within EU rules, saying it will revisit the issue in July.
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