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Watch: Why Austria border curbs with Hungary and Slovenia break EU law
The European court says Austria's long-standing checks with Hungary and Slovenia violate Schengen Area rules.
Vienna: A money-saving travel guide to Austria's beautiful capital
With nearly 50% green space, Austria’s culture-rich capital is perfect for a weekend break.
Austrian avant-garde artist Hermann Nitsch dies aged 83
The artist was known for his work using blood and animal entrails.
'No optimism': Nehammer downbeat after face-to-face talks with Putin
Austria's Chancellor urged Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine in the first face-to-face meeting between an EU leader and the Russian president since the invasion began.
Nehammer becomes first European leader to visit Putin since war began
Nehammer said he wants to be a "bridge-builder" between Moscow and Kyiv.
Good News round-up: Five stories about what's going well in the world
A Turkish man has planted 30 million trees, a study says we're living (and staying healthy) for longer, and an endangered species got a brand new member.
Private detective behind 'Ibizagate' scandal convicted on drug charges
NGOs denounced the ruling as an attempt to silence whistleblowers, but prosecutors said the case had nothing to do with the scandal that brought down the government.
These are Europe's least friendly countries for expats
The Expat Insider survey shows the best places to live if you want a good quality of life abroad.
Austria to suspend its controversial COVID vaccine mandate
Austria was the first country in the EU to introduce such a measure. But now it has been suspended.
The backlash against Austria's mandatory COVID-19 vaccine law
In this Witness, Euronews' Julian Gomez reports from Vienna to see why Austria's mandatory COVID-19 requirement is polarising the country.
Three Polish researchers trapped by melting water in Austrian cave
Rescue services were working to reach the stranded trio on Friday.
How to buy an NFT of Gustav Klimt's 'The Kiss' for Valentine's Day
Vienna's Belvedere Palace Museum is entering into the digital world of NFT art with their latest Gustav Klimt 'The Kiss' NFT drop
Austrian police find migrants in 'horror box' under truck
Police said the people from Turkey had been trafficked from Romania via Hungary to Austria.
COVID in Europe: Germany mulls easing restrictions after peak subsides
Meanwhile, Russia registered new record numbers of cases and total deaths, while anti-measures protests in Helsinki spilt into the weekend.
Nine dead as avalanches bring 'unprecedented' rescue callouts in Tyrol
Rescue services in Austria's Tyrol region say they made some 70 interventions after 100 avalanche-type incidents were reported over three days.
Austria moves a step closer to making COVID vaccines mandatory
It is set to become the first country in Europe to make COVID jabs compulsory for all adults.
This Austrian ski resort has 88 ski lifts and 100 years of history
Known as the 'cradle of alpine skiing', the Arlberg resort in Austria is where many of the world’s best ski instructors learn their craft
Heidelberg shooting: German police say attacker got weapons in Austria
Police say the German man — who was a biology student at the university — purchased the two weapons used in the attack from a weapons dealer and the third from a private individual, both in Austria.
Ultra-safe Austria grapples with femicides as 31 women killed in 2021
Austria has one of the highest rates of femicides in the EU, according to Eurostat data.
Manhunt launched after man shoots at Austrian soldiers near border
Hungarian police and counter-terrorism officials are involved in the operation.
Greece begins fining those over 60 who are unvaccinated
The fine will rise to €100 in February.
Austria tweaks plans over being first in EU to make vaccines mandatory
“Without obligatory vaccination, we will always lag behind,” said Austria's health minister Wolfgang Mueckstein.
Greenpeace to sue Hungary over Lake Ferto construction project
Greenpeace is challenging a development project that the Hungarian government has put up for tender, claiming that it threatens a lake which is classed as a Unesco world heritage site.
Anna Gasser: the athlete pushing the boundaries of female snowboarding
Sports that were once considered a fad, like Snowboarding and Skateboarding have in recent years seen entire cultures develop around them. Meet the woman helping that happen.
Police raids in Austria uncover fake vaccination passes
The searches come just weeks before Austria makes COVID vaccines mandatory.
Vienna examines its WWII legacy with exhibition of Nazi art
In Vienna's MUSA, the exhibition aims to shed light on the politics of art under the Third Reich.