Portugal

Tens of thousands of undocumented workers, including migrants, are falling through the cracks of Portugal's welfare safety net, report the news agency Reuters | Photo: Reuters / Guglielmo Mangiapane
Refugee children from Greek island camps arriving in Luxembourg | Photo: AFP/O.Panagiotou
138 out of 175 migrants in a hostel in Lisbon tested positive for coronavirus in Portugal on Sunday. They have been placed in quarantine | Photo: Reuters / Rafael Marchante
Portuguese authorities test migrants in a hostel in Lisbon for coronavirus | Photo: Reuters / Rafael Marchante
Syrian refugee Ramia Ghumim cooks food for health workers at her restaurant Tayybeh in Lisbon, Portugal April 9, 2020 | Photo: Reuters/A. Ghumim
To prevent a spread of coronavirus, a worker disinfects a street in the Portuguese city of Cascais on March 28, 2020 | Photo: Reuters/Rafael Marchante
Farid Walizadeh is trying to accomplish in ten months what usually takes five years -- others we have to do something which usually takes several years: preparing for the Olympic Games
Farid Walizadeh has never lost sight of his decision to become a champion | Photo: Reuters/R. Marchante
The Portuguese capital Lisbon | Photo: Pixabay
Most people in wealthier countries like Switzerland think their community is a good place for immigrants to live | Photo: picture alliance/M. Trezzini
Migrants rescued by the Ocean Viking being tranferred to Maltese boats | Photo: Anne Chaon/AFP
It was this ground in Abidjan that Yaya Touré first began playing football | Photo: With kind permission of the book's authors (Magique système, l’esclavage moderne des footballeurs africains. Éditions Marabout.)