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

Cars and trucks line up for fuel in Albufeira, Portugal April 16, 2019 in this still image taken from social media video. TWITTER / @PENSADORZAROLHO/via REUTERS

LISBON (Reuters) – 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. Panicked motorists formed long lines at petrol stations, some crossing into Spain to refuel, while at airports reserves reached critically low levels in the […]

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