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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.
On the streets of Vienna, Muslims say they are confident state institutions will protect them.
Austria's biggest party and election winners the FPO set the bar high for any coalition partners.
A slick image and a tough line on immigration has proved successful for the 31-year-old.
The Austrian election saw a race for second place, a swing towards the right-wing and the world's youngest national leader
People's Party leader Sebastian Kurz looks looks set to become not only Austria's youngest chancellor but the world's youngest national leader.
The head of Austria’s conservative People’s Party Sebastian Kurz is on track to become the world’s youngest leader.
Projections in the country’s
Sebastian Kurz, the 31 year old tipped to become the European Union’s youngest leader has cast his vote in Austria’s parliamentary elections.
This Sunday October 15 the Austrian people will be casting their votes in a parliamentary election.