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Portugal's energy crisis worsens as fuel-tanker strike drags

Reuters Wednesday, 17 April 2019
Energy shortages in Portugal sharpened on Wednesday as a strike by fuel-tanker drivers entered its third day in the worst industrial unrest of the Socialist government's four-year rule.
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News video: Fuel stations run dry all across Portugal as tanker drivers go on strike

Fuel stations run dry all across Portugal as tanker drivers go on strike 00:41

Fuel stations across Portugal are running out of petrol days after tanker drivers began a nationwide strike, prompting drivers to frantically buy up fuel supplies. Footage filmed at 23:30pm the night of April 17, shows one of the last fuel stations with petrol in Cascais, a suburb of Lisbon, as a...

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