22 de agosto de 2005

Revista de Imprensa II

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Wildfires threaten Portuguese city

"It's quite near the center of the city. You can see it, the smoke," Gaspar said.
Coimbra, a city of about 150,000 people 201 km (126 miles) north of Lisbon, is an ancient city that long predates its time as the Roman town of Aeminium. The present University of Coimbra, founded in 1290, moved to the city permanently in the 16th century.

A nation on fire calls for help to beat flames
FRANCE, Italy, Germany and Spain rushed emergency firefighting teams to Portugal yesterday as forest blazes that have raged through southern Europe this summer swept across the drought-stricken country.

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