One driver was run over and killed in Granada during the protest
Two lorry drivers have been killed in fuel protests in Spain and Portugal as the hauliers' strike continues.
One was killed in the Spanish city of Granada when he was run over by a van trying to drive through a picket line.
The other driver died after reportedly trying to stop a lorry at a barricade near Alcanena, north of the Portuguese capital Lisbon, on Tuesday.
Spaniards are stockpiling fuel and food as hauliers blockade major cities in protest at rising diesel prices.
Regarding the death of the driver in Spain, a Spanish interior ministry spokesman told national radio: "We regret the death of this person and hope it makes everyone realise that no dispute is worth the death of anyone."
A second day of talks between the government and hauliers' representatives was suspended after the death was reported.
Firefighters tackled burning lorries near the city of Alicante
Another lorry driver is reported to have suffered serious burns as he slept in his vehicle when it caught fire in what is thought to be a strike-related incident, Spanish media said.
EUROPEAN FUEL PROTESTS
Belgium: Fishermen clash with police at protest near EU on 4 June
Bulgaria: 150 lorry drivers form convoy outside Sofia on 28 May
France: Lorries and taxis block motorway in Paris on 3 May in support of strike by fishermen
Italy: Fishermen on both coasts begin strike on 30 May
Portugal: Portuguese fishermen stay in port on 30 May
Spain: Spanish fleet begins strike on 30 May. Madrid fishermen hand out 20 tonnes of free fish to public
UK: Truck drivers block London roads on 28 May. Fishermen hold mass protest in capital on 3 June
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