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Europe's week: Brexit again, new Austrian chancellor, energy crisis
European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič on Wednesday announced that Brussels would be making concessions in its approach to the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Alexander Schallenberg replaces Kurz as Austria's new chancellor
Sebastian Kurz resigned on Saturday amid a corruption scandal. He has denied any wrongdoing.
Austrian leader Kurz battles to stay on amid bribery allegations
Sebastian Kurz received the backing of his conservative party but the Greens, a junior partner in the coalition, have questioned his ability to stay on the job.
Austria leader allegedly used public cash for positive media coverage
Prosecutors confirmed earlier they are investigating Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and nine others in a bribery probe.
Austria and Serbia vow to stop Afghan refugees entering Europe
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that Afghanistan's neighbouring countries should accept refugees instead.
Sebastian Kurz reelcted to People's Party leadership
Only three of the 536 delegates voted against Kurz continuing to lead the party.
Austria's president and chancellor clash over sheltering refugees
Opposing views were voiced this week in Austria regarding the refugee crisis. Chancellor Kurz made it clear that he is against accepting additional Afghans whereas president Van der Bellen says "It's the EU's responsibility to provide shelter".
Austrian chancellor says he's against taking in more Afghan refugees
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that his country had already taken in enough refugees from Afghanistan.
Former Austrian vice-chancellor faces 'Ibizagate' corruption trial
The former vice-chancellor of Austria is facing the start of a corruption trial on Tuesday, two years after the news of the so-called 'Ibizagate' scandal broke.
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Making a success of the EU recovery plan: leaders debate the Central European perspective
A rescue package five times larger than the Marshall Plan aims to give relief and resilience to EU economies. Will it be enough?
Austrian chancellor under investigation by anti-corruption authorities
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he is under investigation by anti-corruption authorities on suspicion he made false statements to a parliamentary commission.
Austria in talks to purchase Sputnik V vaccine from Russia
Austria is negotiating with Russia to buy one million doses of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, despite the jab having not yet been approved by the European Medicines Agency.
Probe launched into Chinese facemasks labelled 'Made in Austria'
Austria was one of the world's first countries to make FFP2 masks compulsory in shops, schools, and on public transport in light of the COVID pandemic.
Austria has failed in fight against corruption, says Council of Europe
The Council of Europe has deplored Austria's "overall insufficient" progress in the fight against corruption in judicial and political circles.
Austria did not act on warning gunman tried to buy bullets in Slovakia
Four people were killed in the shooting rampage in Vienna on Monday.
Austria begins reopening after 'very early and very harsh' lockdown
Austria's early intervention allowed it to begin lifting lockdown restrictions earlier than other European countries, it's been claimed.
Austria's Kurz condemns online abuse against Bosnian-born minister
Hate speech is "an obnoxious phenomenon of our time" and "has no place" in Austria, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said on Twitter.
Mix-up sees soap opera subtitles appear as Austria government sworn in
Public broadcaster left red-faced after captions mistake.
Austria's new coalition wants 'pioneering role' against climate change
Austria's conservatives announced a new coalition government with the Greens.
Who will Austria's Sebastian Kurz choose as coalition partner?
Austria's Sebastian Kurz's People party has come first in Sunday's poll, but now the leader must choose a coalition partner. Who will he pick?