Mar 22, 2013
100,000 Portuguese sign petition to keep ex-PM Socrates off TV
Portuguese state television channel RTP's plan to give former premier Jose Socrates a weekly commentary spot has sparked outrage, with 100,000 people signing a petition citing his "bad management" that led the country to take a bailout in 2011.
US News & World Report
China Could Use Europe's Financial Crisis to Get Foothold in Atlantic
Wen Jiabao and his Portuguese counterpart Jose Socrates, Dec. 9 2005, stand in front of an honor guard at Queluz Palace outside Lisbon.
The Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary
The last two years have seen a torrid debate in Europe over the management of the Eurozone crisis.
Jack E. Ditt Jr. and William L. "Bill" McCollum: Governments gone wild
It didn't matter that the statement lacked substance or that previous actions accomplished little other temporary relief.
The Star Online
Angola's $17 billion energy drive will help poor - Dos Santos
Angola's plans to invest more than $17 billion in electricity generation and distribution by 2016 are designed to increase social justice by giving low-income classes better access to energy, President Jose Eduardo said on Wednesday.