Portuguese prime minister, António Costa, said on Friday that he was “particularly satisfied” with the “good news” that the European Commission (EC) had approved the 2016 draft budget at a meeting in Berlin.
Five British rowers will Sunday lunchtime be setting off from Lagos Marina in the Algarve in a bid to set a new world record by crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Southern Europe to South America, unaided, and raising funds for a children’s charity.
PSP police have revealed that they will be placing a number of radars in cities across the country today.
More than 85 percent of Portugal’s school children learned two or more foreign languages during 2014, data from the European Union’s statistical agency Eurostat revealed.
The Algarve will this afternoon be placed on Yellow Alert due to forecasts of strong seas along its coastline.
António Guterres, a former prime minister of Portugal whom the current government has said it will propose as a candidate for secretary-general of the United Nations, recognised on Tuesday that his bid faces "many difficulties" but said that he felt he should make himself available.
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