Justin Bieber has taken to Instagram to unload frustration over what he says are the “countless lies” being circulated about him. In a passionate post overnight, Bieber wrote that he’s “tired of all the countless lies in the press right now,” denying rumours that he’s going to rehab.
For Portugal, the news just gets worse and worse. Markets had been circling the debt-ridden, growth-resistant country since last summer, pushing up borrowing costs in anticipation of a default
Last week Portugal produced no big spot news ; it hadn't for 20 years ; it might not for 20 years more if the God he strove so hard to serve spared Antonio de Oliveira Salazar. For Salazar distrusted news
Hurricane Otto forms in the Atlantic Otto has reached hurricane strength over the Atlantic on a path that’s expected to take it farther out to sea. Hurricane Otto has maximum sustained winds Friday near 75 mph. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says some additional strengthening is expected but Otto is forecast to weaken […]
Thirty-two planets have been discovered outside Earth’s solar system through the use of a high-precision instrument installed at a Chilean telescope, an international team announced Monday. The existence of the so-called exoplanets — planets outside our solar system — was announced at the European Southern Observatory/Center for Astrophysics, University of Porto conference in Porto, Portugal, according to a statement issued by the observatory
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has been ruled out of Portugal’s crucial final World Cup qualifier against Malta on Wednesday with an ankle injury. Ronaldo played with the injury in Portugal’s 3-0 home victory over Hungary on Saturday but lasted just 27 minutes before limping off
Pop quiz: Which European country has the most liberal drug laws? Although its capital is notorious among stoners and college kids for marijuana hazefilled “coffee shops,” Holland has never actually legalized cannabis the Dutch simply don’t enforce their laws against the shops. The correct answer is Portugal, which in 2001 became the first European country to officially abolish all criminal penalties for personal possession of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine
France and Finland are thinking it over. Spain has balked because of legal ramifications.