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The European Commission has issued a stern rebuke against its top representative in Vienna, Martin Selmayr, after he said Austria's continued purchases of Russian gas amounted to "blood money".
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Former Austrian leader Kurz charged with giving false evidence
Sebastian Kurz has been charged with making false statements to a parliamentary inquiry into a scandal that brought down his first government, prosecutors said. The court said Kurz will go on trial on 18 October.
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Kneissl was Austrian FM during a time when Austria grew dangerously close to Russia. She is now vacationing in the Russian village of Petrushovo and lecturing at a Russian political center.
Slovenian flood damage 'unimaginable' says country's PM
The damage caused by catastrophic floods in Slovenia have been described as 'unimaginable' by the country's PM
Extreme weather conditions continues across Europe
Extreme weather continues across Europe, with countries battling heavy rainfall, flooding and wildfires.
Traffic jams and heatwaves disrupt holidaymakers across Europe
This weekend, European travellers had to put up with packed motorways and delayed trains as families headed south towards their holiday destinations.
Austrian far-right activists protest against ‘Great Replacement’
"Natural Austrians" are becoming a minority in the country, according to far-right parties, who are marching through Vienna on Saturday to introduce the concept of "remigration" to the public.
Austria imports of Russian gas hit pre-war levels
Austria has struggled to define its official state neutrality since the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. At the moment, it continues to import Russian gas at maximum capacity, a key source of profit for Moscow.
Europe's tourism bosses 'share what they love' about their countries
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Storms in Europe cause huge damage and disruption
Huge storms and torrential rain across Germany, Austria and Switzerland have caused damage and disruption to houses and roads
Austria has a period poverty problem. Here’s why
Sanitary products are too expensive for many women while sexual education is also too outdated, NGOs say.
Austrian police foil 'jihadist plot' to attack Vienna pride parade
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Peak of Austria's Fluchthorn mountain collapses in massive mudslide
A mountain rescuer captured the footage in Tyrol, close to the Swiss border. Fluchthorn is the second-highest summit in the Silvretta Alps.
Oops! Austrian political party makes leadership vote count snafu
A spreadsheet error lead to the Social Democrats announcing the wrong winner in their weekend leadership election contest.
The Austrian winemakers switching grapes to account for climate change
The effects of climate change are changing Austria's wine industry. Rising summer temperatures mean many wines are losing acidity and tasting less fresh. But some winemakers are hoping alternative grape varieties could save the day.