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"We write solidarity everywhere in Europe,,, it's a wonderful occasion to show it"
"Vienna is conducting a certain policy of appeasement towards Russia"
Austria is set to ban asylum-seekers from taking up vacant training spaces while their claims are still being assessed.
Euronews spoke to local people following the latest stabbing attack, targeting an Austrian soldier, outside the Iranian ambassador's residence on Sunday
An unknown man was shot dead after trying to stab a soldier outside the Iranian ambassador's residence in Vienna on Sunday night.
Four people were targeted in two seperate knife attacks in the Austrian capital.
French tenor Benjamin Bernheim is irresistible as he debuts in Vienna for Donizetti's 1832 opera, love elixir.
People's Party leader Sebastian Kurz looks looks set to become not only Austria's youngest chancellor but the world's youngest national leader.
A trio of European cities made it into the world's top ten.
Vienna said economy minister Nihat Zeybekci's visit would represent a "danger for public order and security".
Ambitious project in New Zealand for world’s last building by late Austrian artist Hundertwasser reaches funding target
An orangutan in Vienna Zoo gets the hang of a fidget spinner
Europe has its problems.
Panda cubs Fu Feng and Fu Ban explored the outside of their compound at Vienna Zoo for the first time since they were born seven months ago.
Under the baton of Christophe Rousset the Talens Lyriques delight the Theater an der Wien.
Alma Deutscher composer, virtuoso pianist and concert violinist.
Vienna Zoo has officially unveiled the names of two baby pandas born in August.
The Belvedere Museum in Vienna has unveiled a 3D version of a famed Gustav Klimt painting.
China’s traditional Lantern Festival has come to Europe, with 36 sculptures, lit by 18,000 LEDs on Vienna’s Danube island.
It is official!