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5 Ways You Can Make Your Community A Safer Place - Europe News
5 Ways You Can Make Your Community A Safer Place8 hours ago
Unless you are living alone in a remote location, you are part of a community that consists of a variety of people. Communities can vary in size and type, but all communities value safety. Whether you are a community leader or simply a concerned member, t
Austria's Conchita pulls out of Edinburgh show over visa row - Europe News
Austria's Conchita pulls out of Edinburgh show over visa row 17 hours ago
Austria's bearded drag idol Conchita cancelled her headlining act at the prestigious Edinburgh International Festival because her Syrian musicians were denied British visas.
Austria finds insecticide in egg products - Europe News
Austria finds insecticide in egg products 17 hours ago
Austria on Monday became the latest European country to confirm that it has found the insecticide fipronil in egg products imported from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Poland.
Austrian toddler dies after being left in a hot car - Europe News
Austrian toddler dies after being left in a hot car 17 hours ago
A 19-month-old boy died in Austria after being left in a hot car by his 17-year-old mother and her boyfriend, police said on Thursday.
Two dead in Austria as storm wrecks marquee - Europe News
Two dead in Austria as storm wrecks marquee 17 hours ago
Two people were killed in Austria and 120 injured, 20 of them seriously, when an "extreme" storm wrecked a large marquee, police said on Saturday.
Austrian repeat offender gets 18 months for Hitler salute - Europe News
Austrian repeat offender gets 18 months for Hitler salute 17 hours ago
An Austrian football fan has been given an 18-month prison sentence for a Hitler salute during a match, falling foul of the country's tough laws against Nazi glorification.
Two Austrians missing after massive Swiss landslide - Europe News
Two Austrians missing after massive Swiss landslide 17 hours ago
German, Austrian and Swiss citizens are missing following a landslide that forced the evacuation of several small villages.
Austria strengthens border checks with Italy despite lower migrant arrivals - Europe News
Austria strengthens border checks with Italy despite lower migrant arrivals 17 hours ago
Austria's interior minister argues there is no need for national borders within the EU, yet Austria has already placed soldiers on roads and railway stations near the frontier with Italy to police all incoming transport.
Search for eight missing in Alps called off: Swiss police - Europe News
Search for eight missing in Alps called off: Swiss police 17 hours ago
The search for eight hikers missing in the Swiss Alps has been called off, police announced on Saturday, three days after they were lost in a massive landslide.
Five dead after climbing accident in Austrian Alps - Europe News
Five dead after climbing accident in Austrian Alps 17 hours ago
Five people were killed and a sixth seriously injured after a climbing accident Sunday morning in the Austrian Alps, rescue services said.
'The EU should not allow the symbol of peace in Europe to become a symbol of waste' - Europe News
'The EU should not allow the symbol of peace in Europe to become a symbol of waste' 17 hours ago
OPINION: It is time to stop moving the EU parliament between Brussels and Strasbourg every month, argues Swedish MEP Anna Maria Corazza Bildt and the Single Seat Steering group.
Austria halts anti-terror wall plans after outcry - Europe News
Austria halts anti-terror wall plans after outcry 17 hours ago
Austria's chancellery on Thursday halted the construction of anti-terror walls outside its office in Vienna after critics slammed the government for failing to provide similar protective measures in main tourist areas.
President talks up European Union ahead of tense Austrian election  - Europe News
President talks up European Union ahead of tense Austrian election 17 hours ago
In an impassioned pro-EU plea, Austria's president Alexander Van der Bellen urged voters on Tuesday to "carefully consider" their choice in October elections, which look set to return the far-right to power.
Austria finally agrees to extradite alleged Russian gang boss - Europe News
Austria finally agrees to extradite alleged Russian gang boss 17 hours ago
Austria will extradite the alleged boss of a Russian crime gang wanted by Moscow for a string of murders after a court rejected his appeal on Tuesday.
Ukraine releases Austrian ex-judo champ suspected of child sex abuse - Europe News
Ukraine releases Austrian ex-judo champ suspected of child sex abuse 17 hours ago
Austrian former Olympic judo champion Peter Seisenbacher, wanted on charges of child sex abuse, was freed by Ukrainian justice officials pending an extradition hearing, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
Why Austria's 'wonder boy' Sebastian Kurz is on course to win election - Europe News
Why Austria's 'wonder boy' Sebastian Kurz is on course to win election 17 hours ago
Tall, tanned and only 31, Austria's rising political star Sebastian Kurz oozed confidence as he strode to blaring pop music into Graz's main square -- seemingly with good reason.
Paintings of Hitler found in Austrian parliament - Europe News
Paintings of Hitler found in Austrian parliament 17 hours ago
Pieces of art depicting Adolf Hitler have been found in the bowels of Austria's parliament -- more than 70 years after the Nazi leader's death.
Airbus rejects Austria fraud allegations as 'politically motivated'  - Europe News
Airbus rejects Austria fraud allegations as 'politically motivated' 17 hours ago
Aerospace giant Airbus on Monday formally rejected fraud allegations levelled by Austria over a two-billion-euro ($2.3 billion) deal for Eurofighter jets, calling the accusations "factitious".
Muslims worried as Austria's party leaders put spotlight on Islam  - Europe News
Muslims worried as Austria's party leaders put spotlight on Islam 17 hours ago
As Austrians grow more openly hostile towards Muslims, major political parties are deliberately brandishing Islamophobia in the Catholic majority country ahead of next month's parliamentary election.
Linda Hamilton will be back as Sarah Connor in new 'Terminator' film - Europe News
Linda Hamilton will be back as Sarah Connor in new 'Terminator' film 22 hours ago
Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Melania Trump takes on cyberbullying at UN luncheon - Europe News
Melania Trump takes on cyberbullying at UN luncheon 22 hours ago
The first lady spoke out about the threat of cyberbullying, especially for children, at a United Nations luncheon with first spouses.