Crime

Authorities 'assume' UK girl missing since 2007 is dead

Convicted German man is under investigation in case of three-year-old British girl missing since 2007.

Authorities 'assume' British girl Madeleine McCann is dead

Spain

COVID-19: Why has Portugal seemingly fared better than Spain?

Less political fragmentation meant greater support for an earlier lockdown in Portugal, credited with saving lives.

COVID-19: Why has Portugal seemingly fared better than Spain?

AJ Impact

EU Finance chiefs agree on $590bn coronavirus rescue package

The common response includes a joint employment insurance fund worth 100 billion euros.

EU Finance chiefs agree on $590bn coronavirus rescue package

AJ Impact

France and Italy risk recession, says EU warning on virus impact

France and Italy could suffer a technical recession in the first quarter: EU Commission.

France and Italy risk recession, says EU warning on virus impact

AJ Impact

Dos Santos says seized assets block her from repaying debt

Africa's richest woman warns that arresting her accounts could destroy value to all stakeholders.

Dos Santos says seized assets block her from repaying debt

Football

'Shame': Porto striker Marega leaves pitch after racist abuse

Malian forward Moussa Marega walks off field after fans made monkey noises during his side's away match against Vitoria.

'Shame': Porto striker Marega leaves pitch after racist abuse

AJ IMPACT

Isabel dos Santos accounts frozen in Portugal

Isabel dos Santos has been accused of looting state resources worth billions of dollars.

Lisbon freezes bank accounts of Angola's former first daughter

AJ Impact

Isabel dos Santos now a formal fraud suspect in Angola: Report

Angolan prosecutors allege billionaire mismanaged funds when she led Angola's state oil firm: Portuguese news agency

Isabel dos Santos now a formal fraud suspect in Angola: Report

The Listening Post

Racism in Portugal: A blind spot for the media?

Do Portugal's mainstream media deny racism and lack diversity? A look into reporting of race in Portuguese media.

The Listening Post

Iran: From patriotism to protests

How the downing of a passenger aircraft flipped the narrative in Iran. Plus, the reporting of race in Portuguese media.

AJ Impact

For women refugees, finding work is doubly hard

Refugee women say they face particular challenges in accessing jobs, from sexism to dependent care.

For women refugees, finding work is doubly hard

Inside Story

Is NATO still relevant?

Divisions threaten to overshadow 70th birthday celebrations of world's largest military alliance.

Europe

Portugal president asks Antonio Costa to form government

Antonio Costa asked form a new government after his centre-left Socialists came first in Sunday's election.

Portugal president asks Antonio Costa to form government

Europe

Portugal's Socialists on top in parliament election: Exit polls

Incumbent party set to win most votes in Sunday's parliamentary election, but may still fall short of a majority.

Portugal's Socialists on top in parliament election: Exit polls

Environment

Hurricane Lorenzo: The story of another 'strongest-ever recorded'

Earlier this week, Lorenzo was a Category 5 hurricane - the strongest ever recorded in the central North Atlantic.

Hurricane Lorenzo: The story of another 'strongest-ever recorded'