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Norbert Hofer steps down as leader of Austrian far-right party
"Obviously, I'm tired of hearing every day that I'm not fit for the job," Hofer told an Austrian tabloid newspaper
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Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he is under investigation by anti-corruption authorities on suspicion he made false statements to a parliamentary commission.
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Herbert Kickl claimed that children would play "not the slightest role" in spreading the virus.
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The constitutional court in Austria ruled that a 2019 law banning girls under the age of 10 from wearing religious headscarves at school is "unconstitutional".
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In this edition of Unreported Europe, we look at how Spain and Austria have been affected by the 'new poverty' created by the pandemic. We speak to people whose lives have been turned upside by the virus.
Mexico's first lady bids to retrieve Aztec king's headdress in Austria
Even Mexico's president admitted it was an impossible mission.
Austria expels Russian diplomat amid 'spy' reports; Moscow retaliates
The Russian Embassy said it was “appalled by the unfounded decision" and expelled an Austrian diplomat in response.
More than 4,000 Formula One coronavirus tests prove negative
There have been no positive cases from more than 4,000 coronavirus tests carried out on Formula One personnel over the past seven days, F1 said on Saturday.
Hope for Europe as Spain records lower COVID-19 cases for fourth day
Spain and Germany have recorded consecutive days of fewer coronavirus infections, while Italy has seen a fall in deaths, and Austria has announced plans to lift the lockdown.
Austrian Post has Brexit stamp problem licked with unique date imprint
With Brexit Day finally happening, postal officials in Austria decided to use obsolete stamps by adding the real Brexit date in using overprinting.
Mayor of 'Frozen' Austrian town taking new stance against overtourism
Hallstatt Mayor Alexander Scheutz told Euronews that while tourism has contributed favourably to the economy, there are now "too many people" coming to the town.
'A step in the right direction': Vienna-Brussels sleeper maiden voyage
The inaugural journey of the first Vienna-Brussels sleeper train has been touted as the big step toward sustainable travel in Europe.
Hot chocolate as thieves brazenly steal truck-load of the sweet stuff
Outsourcing turns sour for a chocolate firm as a 20,000-tonne consignment is stolen from a factory in Austria.
Belgium 'happiest country in EU'
According to a new survey from Eurostat 76 per cent of Belgians, alongside the Netherlands, Austria and Finland claim to feel happy all or most of the time over the last four weeks.
Austria elections: Who leads the social media campaign? | #TheCube
Social media has played an increasing role in the 2019 elections, as political parties and their lead candidates have sought to increase online engagement with potential voters
Ibiza-gate: The story behind Austria's political hurricane
Ibiza-gate - Austria's political hurricane. Inside the country's move to early elections
Austria to grant citizenship to descendants of victims of Nazism
Second and third-generation relatives with British nationality have expressed interest in applying for citizenship of the EU country as Brexit looms.
The Brief: Hybrid threats and Europe's vulnerability
EU Defence Ministers are meeting in Helsinki to discuss how to counter hybrid threats - actions by state and non-state actors to destabilise countries. From disinformation to military incursions, hybrid threats are evolving, so must Europe's response to them, experts say.
The Brief: EU top jobs debate sparks anger in Strasbourg
New MEPs, their first ever debate. Launched by freshly elected European Parliament president David Sassoli. One topic dominated the speeches.
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UK MEPs are saying a long goodbye to Brussels, but what impact will their presence have on the new European parliament and what will happen when they leave? We explore the Brexit effect.
Austria: What to know about the video which took the government down
Questions have been raised about the timing of the video's release and why a German satirist had alluded to it weeks ago.
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Ministers say Rome needs to come up with new ideas
The tone was polite, but an escalation is likely over the coming weeks
Ball is now in Italy's camp, says Austria
Italy's budget dispute with Brussels is likely to escalate in coming weeks unless Rome revises its free-spending plans