Portugal , Spain Try to Stamp out Wildfires After Deadly Week
Firefighters in Portugal and Spain continue battling scores of wildfires after a week that has wrought the worst destruction in years on the mountainous Iberian Peninsula
Another Portuguese Bank Needs Help, This Time for $5.7B
For Portuguese taxpayers fed up with coming to the rescue of troubled banks, there's bad news: another one needs help
Iraqi Diplomat's Sons Suspected of Attacking Boy in Portugal
Portugal's foreign minister says the alleged beating of a 15-year-old Portuguese boy by the twin sons of Iraq's ambassador to Lisbon is "extremely serious."
Portugal's August Wildfires Make up Half of EU's 2016 Total
Authorities say a series of wildfires this month in Portugal has burned more than half of the land lost to blazes in the entire 28-nation European Union this year
NJ Couple Arrives Home Following 3 Months in Portugal After Premature Birth
A New Jersey couple and their baby girl are home safe, after spending three months stranded in Portugal , caught between medical regulations, insurance costs and visa stipulations. Kim Spratt, husband Fred and baby girl Hayden landed at Teterboro airport in New Jersey Sunday afternoon, according to
Family Stuck in Portugal Returns Home With Premature Baby
The Spratt Family was unable to leave Portugal due to a dispute with their insurance company over medical transport.
US Couple Stuck in Portugal 3 Months After Premature Birth
Kim and Fred Spratt say insurer won't pay for special plane to fly their baby home.
New Jersey Couple Stuck in Portugal for 3 Months After Premature Birth
A New Jersey couple is stranded in Portugal after giving birth to their first child, caught between medical regulations, insurance costs and visa stipulations. Doctors cleared Kim and Fred Spratt to travel in May, when Kim was six months pregnant with twins. But one week into the vacation, Kim went
Dangerous Portuguese Man-of-Wars Appearing on Eastern Beaches
Shark attacks have dominated headlines this summer, but beachgoers are now facing a new threat in the water: Portuguese man-of-wars. The jellyfish-like creatures have been washing up on Eastern shores in record numbers, stinging unsuspecting swimmers with their venomous tentacles that can grow up