Featured stories about Portuguese
- The Cost of Living in Rio de Janeiro Is Too Damn High 30 January 2014
- Why a 64-Year-Old Brazilian Indigenous Leader Spent 26 Hours in a Tree 10 January 2014
- Brazil's ‘Silent Revolution’ in Education, Inspired by Portugal 8 January 2014
- Meet 5 Brazilian Women Who Do What They Love and Love What They Do 17 December 2013
Latest stories about Portuguese
6 March 2014
"Our purpose is to stop the World Cup! To show nationally and internationally that the popular power does not want the Cup!" Agência Pública reports on this movement.
27 February 2014
"The video that Globo doesn't wan't you to see", in which activist Rafucko exposes Globo's biased broadcast about demonstrations in Brazil.
26 February 2014
Mozambican activist Ludmila Maguni talks about the impact that social networks are having on Mozambican society hoping that the Internet in her country becomes more of a bridge between citizens...
24 February 2014
International Open Data Day was celebrated in Porto with inspiring talks, hands-on activities and a face-to-face hangout between open data enthusiasts from different cities.
22 February 2014
After the death of a cameraman hit by an object during a protest, Brazilian authorities are discussing legislative changes that will harden penalties for disobedience in protests.
21 February 2014
Despite the blatant disregard for human rights still plaguing Equatorial Guinea, the door has been opened for the West African country's membership in the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.
7 February 2014
Broadcast on a television soap opera to millions of Brazilians, a gay kiss has scored a goal in the fight against homophobia.
31 January 2014
During three months, reporters from Agência Pública sought to uncover the trail of investments of the National Bank of Economic and Social Development (BNDES) in infrastructure projects in the Amazon.
26 January 2014
The number of refugees accepted into Brazil practically tripled from 2012 to 2013.
25 January 2014
Two bloggers and hip-hop promoters from Mozambique and Angola met online and the result became a compilation of 30 hip-hop tracks from Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.