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'No longer necessary': Austria scraps COVID-19 vaccine mandate
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The cleanest place to swim in Europe may surprise you
Here are the best - and cleanest - wild swimming spots to check out in Europe this summer.
Over 100 people on school trip airlifted to safety in Austrian Alps
Police say the group were stuck on a mountainous ridge and did not have the necessary equipment.
New Zealander wins lumberjack world championship in Vienna
New Zealand’s Jack Jordan wins the Timbersports World Trophy, a lumberjacking competition.
Austria to lower hurdles for LGBT+ citizens to donate blood
Health Minister Johannes Rauch said the country was "putting an end to discrimination from another age".
Four employees sentenced over deadly 2017 gas explosion in Austria
The court found that the workers had "failed to comply with their safety obligations".
From anti-vax to pro-Putin, conspiracy theorists now back Russia's war
Known for their large and sometimes violent anti-COVID-19 vaccination protests, some vaccine sceptics in Austria, encouraged by the extreme right, are now supporting Putin's Russia and its war against Ukraine.
Austrian government dismantles international migrant smuggling group
The network had allegedly trafficked thousands of Syrian refugees to Western Europe.
One dead and several injured after train derails near Vienna
The incident occurred on Monday evening in the district of Mödling, south of the Austrian capital.
Walpurgis Night: the pagan festival of bonfires, witches & folk music
Walpurgis Night, a tradition celebrated on 30 April in northern Europe and Scandinavia, sees people light bonfires and sing along to Celtic folk music in order to ward off evil spirits and witches
Vienna: A money-saving travel guide to Austria's beautiful capital
With nearly 50% green space, Austria’s culture-rich capital is perfect for a weekend break.
Austrian avant-garde artist Hermann Nitsch dies aged 83
The artist was known for his work using blood and animal entrails.
'No optimism': Nehammer downbeat after face-to-face talks with Putin
Austria's Chancellor urged Vladimir Putin to end the war in Ukraine in the first face-to-face meeting between an EU leader and the Russian president since the invasion began.
Private detective behind 'Ibizagate' scandal convicted on drug charges
NGOs denounced the ruling as an attempt to silence whistleblowers, but prosecutors said the case had nothing to do with the scandal that brought down the government.
Largest ever retrospective of Ai Weiwei's work opens in Vienna
The Albertina Modern gallery in Vienna is now presenting renowned Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei's most comprehensive show to date.
Ai Weiwei warns of 'shaking foundation' of democracy
Renowned Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei says Russia's invasion of Ukraine has revealed the "shaking foundation" of democracy as he unveils one of the biggest retrospectives of his work to date. Speaking at a press conference at the Albertina Modern gallery in Vienna,
Austria to suspend its controversial COVID vaccine mandate
Austria was the first country in the EU to introduce such a measure. But now it has been suspended.
The backlash against Austria's mandatory COVID-19 vaccine law
In this Witness, Euronews' Julian Gomez reports from Vienna to see why Austria's mandatory COVID-19 requirement is polarising the country.
Diplomats reconvene in Vienna for Iran nuclear deal talks
Western European participants have warned that time is running out for a successful conclusion to the talks.
Three Polish researchers trapped by melting water in Austrian cave
Rescue services were working to reach the stranded trio on Friday.
How to buy an NFT of Gustav Klimt's 'The Kiss' for Valentine's Day
Vienna's Belvedere Palace Museum is entering into the digital world of NFT art with their latest Gustav Klimt 'The Kiss' NFT drop
NFTs representing sections Klimt's The Kiss sold for Valentine's Day
Ten thousand tiny sections of Klimt's iconic painting The Kiss are being sold as virtual gifts ahead of Valentine's Day — and they are not cheap.
Austrian police find migrants in 'horror box' under truck
Police said the people from Turkey had been trafficked from Romania via Hungary to Austria.
Talks to revive Iran nuclear deal resume in Vienna
The US pulled out of the deal in 2018 during the presidency of Donald Trump.
Nine dead as avalanches bring 'unprecedented' rescue callouts in Tyrol
Rescue services in Austria's Tyrol region say they made some 70 interventions after 100 avalanche-type incidents were reported over three days.
Austria moves a step closer to making COVID vaccines mandatory
It is set to become the first country in Europe to make COVID jabs compulsory for all adults.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says he wants to ‘terminate pollution’ on Earth
The star will be welcoming 'climate action heroes' to the sixth annual Austrian World Summit in Vienna this summer.