Drivers are queuing in Portugal as 40% of the country’s petrol stations have run out of fuel due to an ongoing tanker drivers' strike.

The Portuguese government on Wednesday implemented emergency measures to guarantee fuel supply for ambulances, airports, fire trucks, the military, and other critical services. Some flights are being diverted to Spain to refuel, while the military is in the process of escorting convoys of fuel trucks.

The Socialist government backed by the far-left is expec...

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