Crown prosecutors have travelled to Portugal for the first time to discuss new leads over the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
A dozen apartments in a converted 18th-century building offer an insight to local life in the city, says Caroline Kamp
A fast run to Lisbon, even though the wind strength will be relatively light, was in prospect for the eight-strong fleet of trimarans as they left Valencia on the opening leg of the inaugural Route des Princes.
Neal McDonald, crewing on Oman-Air Musandam in the Route des Princes European tour, talks to Stuart Alexander...
Artur Baptista da Silva faces prosecution after faking his 'career' as an economics expert
Eight years ago they produced a stunning success but there looks to be little hope of a repeat
A strike by Portugal's largest trade union confederation forced the cancellation of most public transport services today as well as hitting schools and hospital services.
Forget dressing-room intrigue, Chelsea's players are a Financial Fair Play headache
Cesaria Evora, the "barefoot diva", became the ambassadress par excellence of her country, the small West African island group of Cape Verde, and one of the most famous African singers in the world. Her origins were humble and she represented that dying breed typified by the last of the old rural blues singers – an artist who genuinely lived the hard times her songs spoke of.
Former Portugal and Benfica star Eusebio is likely to stay in a hospital
over Christmas after being diagnosed with double pneumonia, doctors
Raul Ruiz, who died this year, has left us with a surreal four-hour story, set in 19th-century Portugal, that reclaims cinema as the language of dream
From cutting-edge design to high-end cuisine, there's plenty to lure visitors to the Portuguese capital this autumn.
Writing a libretto for a telephone, a remote control and two parking meters was a hoot – until I realised that I actually had to direct the opera, writes ex-Python Terry Jones
The 'King of Macau' is ceding control of his vast gambling empire – so who will replace him? Clifford Coonan on a dynastic battle
View from Spain
Why are holidays afloat such a success story for the travel industry? Because you unpack, sit back and see the world, says Simon Calder