A total of 257 confirmed and 120 suspected virus cases have been reported from 23 states that are not endemic for the virus, according to the World Health Organization.
The virus, which causes lesions, fever, muscle ache and chills, has typically spread to people from infected animals like rodents, although human-to-human transmission has been known to occur.
Almost 300 victims have come forward against Church officials, and investigators say that this number is just “the tip of the iceberg.”
Italy will miss their second World Cup in a row after slumping to a shock 1-0 play-off semi-final defeat to North Macedonia, and Portugal advance to World Cup European Qualifiers playoff final after defeating Türkiye 3-1 at home.
Quakes, with a magnitude ranging from 1.9 to 3.3, were recorded on the island of Sao Jorge since Saturday afternoon, forcing authorities to activate emergency plan to battle what they call a "seismic crisis."
Rabbi Daniel Litvak has been barred from leaving Portugal as an investigation looks into how Roman Abramovich was granted citizenship.
Portugal's ruling Socialists win the most votes in snap parliamentary election, triggering celebrations in PM Antonio Costa's election headquarters.
With one in ten voters still undecided according to recent polls, the prospect of another weak minority government is likely.
Covid-19 has infected more than 370M people and killed over 5.6M worldwide. Here are some of the latest coronavirus-related developments:
Until recently, countries like Portugal felt that they may be immune to populist movements that have gained prominence across Europe. Not anymore.
The polls had been called after Prime Minister Antonio Costa failed to secure support for his 2022 budget.
The World Health Organization urges caution over the Omicron variant, saying it has a growth advantage over the Delta variant.
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