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The official biography has been compared to the erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey"
The controversial herbicide has been cleared for use by the EU until at least 2022.
Austria’s president has picked the female president of the Constitutional Court to become interim chancellor after parliament voted Sebastian Kurz’s government out of office in the wake of a video sting scandal.
Fresh off both success in the EU elections and a no-confidence vote in Parliament that removed him from office, former Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz vows to win the job back in September.
Questions have been raised about the timing of the video's release and why a German satirist had alluded to it weeks ago.
The far-right party had warned earlier in the day that it would resign from the government if Chancellor Sebastian Kurz moved to sack the interior minister.
Austria is bracing itself for fresh elections after a corruption scandal embroiling the far right brought down the coalition government. Secretly-filmed footage emerged over the weekend appearing to show the vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache dealing in corruption.
Vincent McAviney and Leszek Kablak take over on the road trip to visit Austria, Czech Republic, Poland and finally Germany over the next few days, finding out what local people think ahead of the EU elections.
All this and more in Thursday night's full episode of Raw Politics.
It's after Austria followed the United States and Hungary in backing out of a United Nations migration pact.
Vienna is dealing with the pressure of rising prices on its private housing market — rent and construction costs are exploding.
When asked over the weekend by a Twitter user how Berlin State Secretary Sawsan Chebli got her position, Efgani Dönmez responded: "Look at her knees, maybe you find an answer there".
Austria is set to ban asylum-seekers from taking up vacant training spaces while their claims are still being assessed.
Sebastian Kurz says Austria will use its six-month presidency of the EU to focus on migration
As Austria prepares to take on the EU presidency, the country's entire cabinet visited the European Commission to outline their vision: migration control, security, Brexit and budget cuts.
Austria's right-wing coalition government is cracking down on benefits paid to foreigners in a bid to deter asylum seekers.
The country's right-wing government wants to tackle what it sees as a threat to Austrian mainstream culture.
Head of Austria's far-right Freedom party Heinz-Christian Strache will make a printed and online apology as well as pay €10,000 in damages after accusing a state broadcaster and its star news presenter of lying.
The anniversary of the so-called "Anschluss" comes as a new conservative-led coalition government in Austria includes the far-right Freedom Party (FPO), founded by former Nazis in the 1950s.
Case brought by leader of far-right freedom party is thrown out.
The FPÖ, founded by former members of the SS, is stumbling over scandals as it tries to distance itself from its roots.
The row over the use of the fratenity songbook threatens to overshadow Sunday's state elections
The two leaders have pledged to cooperate and challenge the EU's migration policy.
Members of Austria's new coalition government were today sworn into office by President Alexander Van der Bellen in a Vienna ceremony.
The union between the conservative People's Party and the anti-immigration Freedom Party will make Austria the only country in western Europe with a far-right party in government.
As the far-right FPO enters coalition talks with the mainstream right in Austria, people protest in Vienna.