This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
EU leaders have welcomed the outcome of Austria's presidential election as a brake on the advance of anti-establishment forces in Europe.
Home snow is always an advantage and after this weekend the French skiers will not be arguing with that.
Austria chooses former Green Party leader Van der Bellen over far-right populist Norbert Hofer
Austria faces a stark choice on Sunday, just as it did in May when left-leaning Alexander Van der Bellen and the far-right’s Norbert Hofer last faced off to become the country’s…
A reversal in unemployment fortunes and robust trade have done little to ease tensions about the future in Austria's mutating economy.
The final Austrian presidential debate was a less than cordial affair.
A trade union linked to the far-right FPO in Austria faces criticism for social media post targeting Christmas bonus for Muslims.
Alexander van der Bellen, an independent candidate, is neck and neck with Norbert Hofer, from the far-right Freedom Party (FPO) ahead of a re-run of Austria’s run-off presidential…
Taking hope from Donald Trump’s US election triumph, Austria’s far-right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer is eager to surf a tide of anti-establishment populism sweeping the West and win this Sund
Europe could lurch further to the right when Austrians go to the polls on Sunday, December 4, to choose a new president.
After Lara Gut kick-started the new women’s World Cup season with victory on Saturday, Sunday saw the men take to the slopes on the Rettenbach Glacier in Soelden, Austria, for a giant slalom…
Switzerland’s Lara Gut began the new Alpine Skiing World Cup season in style by dominating the opening Giant Slalom in Soelden, Austria.
The so-called Balkan migration route has been the focus of attention at a summit in Vienna of leaders from affected countries.
As Europe faces the most significant people movement since the Second World War the landscape of the continent is changing.
A man accused of driving his car into a crowd of pedestrians in Austria has gone on trial in the town of Graz.
The trial of a man suspected of killing three people and wounding 108 others after driving his car into crowds, begins in Graz in Austria today.
Austria’s presidential election re-run is quite literally on the verge of coming unstuck.
A 60-year-old German man carried out a knife attack on passengers on a regional train in Vorarlberg, Austria seriously wounding two people.
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