Probably the only good thing about the infamous "Judgment of Appeal of Porto", authored by Neto Judge Moura and Maria Luisa Arantes, It was to have put on the agenda the issue of judicial decisions in domestic violence cases (CEO).
This article could be about "weapons of Tancos", but it is not. It's about the need to reform Law No. 5/2006, of 23 Feb. (the Gun).
By this time of the year it would be expected that forest fires were not on the agenda, much less that we were mourning the death of 41 Portuguese citizens, who died victims of fires, that resulted from over 500 ignições not verified last Sunday, 15 October.
Last week, on 27 of September, the Daily News did cover with the "Portugal is the new route in the African child trafficking", where she realized that "Lisbon is being used as a hub for a transnational network of trafficking of children in sub-Saharan Africa".
As in other occurrences that result fatalities, whenever there is an explosion in a fireworks factory, certainly someone dies, taking into account the dangerous nature of the raw material used in this type of industry.