“The typical cocaine user in Portugal is young, male and educated according to a new survey regarding European drug use,” The Portugal News writes.
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“The number of international schools in Europe has grown by 32% in the last decade, which is further evidenced by the 93% increase in the Lisbon region in the last
“…hours before the long-announced change-over, SEF inspectors managed to apprehend 15 kilos of cocaine, being brought into the country in the hand luggage of a Brazilian couple,” according to Portugal
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Intendente takes little more than a minute to walk across, but each time its pulse can be felt within seconds, be it good or bad or both.
The OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA 2022) shows Portuguese 15-year-olds scoring around the OECD average in math, reading, and science — but well above average for various aspects of well-being and happiness.
“Lisbon, Porto and Almada have some of the highest levels of traces of cocaine, MDMA, ketamine and cannabis consumption detected in wastewater in Europe,” TPN writes, citing a study by
Drugs are doing funny things in Europe, with some dropping off and others on the rise. The 2018 European Drug Report examines trends within Portugal.
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