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The national assembly will hold a no-confidence vote in Chancellor Kurz
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz held a news conference following the resignation of the country's Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache.
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.
The right-wing Austrian government has introduced restrictions on asylum seekers looking to enter the country.
Allegations that one of its senior military officers spied for the Kremlin prompts Austria's foreign minister to cancel a planned trip to Russia
It's after Austria followed the United States and Hungary in backing out of a United Nations migration pact.
As Vienna takes up the rotating EU presidency, it's making migration a top priority
Austrian Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, says Germany’s new migration deal could force Austria to introduce tougher border checks
Austria plans to use rotating hot seat to help prevent new migrant waves
Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says his country is committed to a joint European response on illegal migration, as EU leaders met in Brussels for an informal summit on the issue.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
European Council President Donald Tusk arrived in Vienna on Tuesday for talks on Austria's upcoming EU presidency. Chancellor Sebastain Kurz stressed he will take the same hard line on immigration at the European level as he has at home.
The coalition agreement published by the conservative People’s Party and the far-right Freedom Party is built around a vigorous protection of national identity.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU’s migration commissioner predicts a ‘tug of war’ for Austria’s new coalition, which has brought