On a visit to Belgrade on Monday, Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz praised Serbia and other countries in the region for their help last year in closing the so-called Balkan route used by migra
Austria’s president took another swipe at so-called populist parties on Monday as he held talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
Austria is planning to send troops to help patrol the EU’s external borders and shut down completely the so-called Western Balkan route for migrants.
Nearly 1000 people took to the streets of Vienna on Saturday to protest against the Austrian government’s plans to ban the full-face veil.
Defending what they say is a woman’s right to choose, some 3,000 people have marched through Austria’s capital, Vienna, to protest at government plans to ban full-face Muslim veils in public…
Around 3000 people demonstrated in Vienna on Friday night against a traditional right-wing ball.
Austria’s coalition government has vowed to ban Muslim face-covering veils and to restrict eastern European workers’ access to the labour market.
The new Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen has been sworn in for a six-year term.
Austria’s parliament has decided to compulsory purchase the house in which Adolf Hitler was born after years of vacillating.
Austria's government has agreed on a draft law that will fine or jail asylum seekers who lie about their identities to authorities
Austria chooses former Green Party leader Van der Bellen over far-right populist Norbert Hofer
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.
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
The building where Adolf Hitler was supposedly born will be remodeled, Austria’s interior minister has suggested after initially saying it would be torn down.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Austria has put back the re-run of its presidential election because of a technical problem with ballot papers.
Escalating war of words between Ankara and Vienna, which suggested Turkey was heading towards "dictatorship" after last month's failed military coup.
Turkey’s EU affairs minister has criticised comments by Austria’s chancellor on ending EU membership talks with Ankara.
Austria will hold its re-run of the presidential election on October 2 after the country’s highest court ruled that poor election procedure in some areas meant the result could have been…
Austria’s Constitutional Court has ruled that the presidential run-off election must be held again.
‘Defend Europe’ was the rallying cry of anti-immigrant, far-right protesters whose march through Vienna on Saturday was contested by left-wing activists with police keeping the two sides…
Austria's far-right Freedom Party is challenging the result of last month's presidential election claiming numerous irregularities.
Norbert Hofer, the defeated populist candidate in Austria’s presidential run-off has appealed to people upset with the outcome not to attack each…