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October 31, 2013 PIO XII, Brazil It was midafternoon that Sunday when Otavio Jordao da Silva Cantanhede left on his bike to play pickup soccer. His father said he did not see him tuck a knife into his shorts or slide a blade into his backpack.
Getting there Kirker Holidays ( kirkerholidays.com , 020 7593 2283) offers five nights in Lisbon from 899 per person. The price includes return flights from Heathrow, three nights' accommodation with breakfast at As Janelas Verdes (Lisbon), two
Disillusion with Portugal's main parties, both battered by association with the country's deep economic crisis and international bailout, is translating into a surge in independent candidates for Sunday's local elections.
Portuguese firefighters battle deadly blazes The Associated Press Portuguese firefighters work on a fire in Tondela, near Viseu, Portugal, Thursday night, Aug. 22, 2013. Portugal (AP) More than 600 Portuguese firefighters are battling six new
Three weeks into a new job in a new country, Portuguese consul Pedro Carneiro said his experience has been "very positive." "Arriving in the summer, it's been fantastic," he said at his downtown office Wednesday. "It's a beautiful area and it's great
He was the husband of the late Prazeres (Cardoso) Silva and son of the late Jose Coelho and Maria Rosa daSilva. He was born in Campo do Valongo, Porto, Portugal and had lived in New Bedford since 1970. Mr. Silva was a communicant of Our Lady of the
The annual week-long international folk festival, Folkfaro, is entertaining thousands near the Algarve capital's harbour, where according to those selling everything from candy floss to caipirinhas, business is at its best for years...Portugal
Topics Portugal's Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho speaks during his no-confidence session at the parliament in Lisbon July 18, 2013. Portugal's prime minister ruled out any backtracking on its bailout terms on Tuesday as his revamped government
Joao Pedro Marnoto for The New York Times Praia do Amado in western Algarve...Stretching from the Spanish border nearly 100 miles along the Atlantic coast to the very southwestern tip of the Continent, the seaside is blessed with windswept dunes,
Haven in Lisbon Campo de Ourique has a long history of exceptionalism. This uptown Lisbon neighborhood survived the earthquake of 1755 and went on to become a hotbed of revolutionary thinking that helped establish the Portuguese Republic in 1910.