Portugal

April 2014:

Antonio Cascais writes an article for the german weekly “Die Zeit” on Portugal
40 years after the revolution on April, 25th, 1974.

Euphoria gripped Portugal during the 1974 Carnation Revolution, when junior army
officers swept away a four-decade dictatorship. 40 years after Portugal is a
completely different country…

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April 28th

Today, monday, April, 28th, at 10 p.m., the documentary on corrupt german submarines deals is being broadcasted by german public tv channel WDR.

http://www1.wdr.de/fernsehen/dokumentation_reportage/die-story/sendungen/geschaefte-wie-geschmiert101.html


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Friday, March, 8th, 2013

Portuguese construction workers were attacked by unknown in Berlin and were badly wounded with knifes and sticks.

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Friday, March, 8th, 2013

Portuguese construction workers were attacked by unknown in Berlin and were badly wounded with knifes and sticks.

German police and authorities say there was no xenophobic background, allthough the investigations are still in course. The incident took place in the Treptow-Köpenick area, on of the areas of Berlin most affected by the phenomenon of neo-nazism. The workers were sent back to Portugal in a bus four days after the attack. Antonio Cascais spoke with them and published some articles in the portuguese press, pointing the fingers on a reality the tourist guides often avoid.

PDF of onlinearticle on Visão.pt – portuguese language

PDF article in Visão magazine, Lisbon – portuguese language

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