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Portugal

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  • Portugal pleases at every turn

    Portugal pleases at every turn
    LISBON — Do you daydream about luxury lodgings with well-stocked bars and sculpted gardens? Discreet clerks and waiters who will attend to your every need? Or do your flights of fancy tend toward something more rustic: a walled fortress, perhaps,...
  • Pictures in the News | August 30, 2013

     
    Are you ready for some football? The college football season is underway in Friday's Pictures in the News, where the USC defense stole the spotlight as they intercepted four passes and came up with multiple big plays to help the No. 24 Trojans take a 30-...
  • Portuguese opera singer has a starring role in protests

    Portuguese opera singer has a starring role in protests
    LISBON — One clear blue morning last October, professional opera singer Ana Maria Pinto boarded a bus at 6 a.m. in her hometown in Portugal's north and made her way to an 18th century colonnaded courtyard on this capital city's riverfront. It...
  • Pictures in the News | Oct. 15, 2012

     
    Pictures in the News from around the world....
  • Eurozone unemployment figures hit a new high

     
    Europe’s economic gloom deepened Wednesday on the back of news that unemployment in the 17-nation Eurozone hit another record high in September as the region’s debt crisis continued to sap the confidence of business owners, investors and...
  • British police press to reopen case of missing Madeleine McCann

     
    British police are pushing Portugal to reopen the case of missing British girl Madeleine McCann almost five years after she vanished while on a family trip to the country....
  • Spain bank bailout may be near

     
    Spain appears to be close to asking for an international bailout of its flagging baking sector. Some reports say the request could come as early as this weekend....
  • Spain offered up to 100 billion euros to stabilize banks

     
    MADRID -- Finance ministers of countries that use the common European currency on Saturday offered Spain a lifeline of up to 100 billion euros to stabilize its banks. Spain announced after a three-hour video conference call that it would become the fourth...
  • Raphael Saadiq, Moby booked for free Century City concerts

     
    The heavy commercial district that is Century City will be getting an injection of rock 'n' roll this summer. In conjunction with the upcoming exhibit “Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 to the Present,” KCRW-FM has revealed...
  • Greece in last-ditch effort to form a government

     
    Greece's president began a last-ditch effort Sunday to broker a deal for a coalition government after last week's inconclusive elections. The financially ailing nation is without a government at a time when it most needs one....
  • West African troops in Guinea-Bissau to restore order after coup

     
    A West African bloc is sending hundreds of troops to the tiny nation of Guinea-Bissau, part of a regional attempt to restore order after the latest military coup in its tumultuous history....