Portugal is a founding member of NATO and has been an EU member since 1986. It has two autonomous regions: the archipelagos of Azores and Madeira.
Portugal is mainland Europe's westernmost country and shares the Iberian Peninsula with Spain. Its population of roughly 10.5 million is predominantly Roman Catholic. From 1926 to 1974, an authoritarian dictatorship ruled the country. This is a collection of DW's latest content on Portugal.
Portugal is booming as a tourist destination, bringing in much needed revenue. But in the capital, Lisbon, locals are starting to feel the downside of mass tourism. In the space of just three years, rents have increased dramatically. And some landlords who want to rent property to tourists are forcing out their tenants. Hagar Jobse reports from Lisbon.
The US has revealed some of its goals for the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement. A document sent to lawmakers by the country's trade representative said the top priority was shrinking the trade deficit between the United States and its neighbours. But what are THEIR plans?
Chile have reached the final of the Confederations Cup after a stunning shootout performance from goalkeeper Claudio Bravo. He saved all three of Portugal's penalties after the sides were locked at 0-0 after extra time.