Austria will welcome opera singer Placido Domingo as part of the festival, pending investigations by the LA Opera, where he resigned as general director last month over sexual harassment.
Meanwhile, Andrea Belotti scores a second-half brace as already-qualified Italy overran Liechtenstein 5-0 to stretch their perfect run in Euro 2020 qualifying to eight games and match an 80-year Italian record.
The foundation’s decision to award the 2019 Nobel Prize in Literature to the Austrian author has been widely condemned by literary bodies and authors over his past comments on the Bosnian genocide.
Thousands of climate activists take to streets of cities around the world, launching two weeks of peaceful civil disobedience, coordinated by Extinction Rebellion, to demand immediate action to cut carbon emissions and avert an ecological disaster.
Conservative leader Sebastian Kurz's party is on course to win snap parliamentary election and has several options for a coalition partner that will give it a stable majority, a projection based on a partial vote count shows.
The country is currently being governed by a coalition of technocrats that took over in June following one of the country’s worst political crises since World War Two.
Brought down by scandal, Austria’s People Party is willing to resolve tensions with conservatives to re-enter government.
Is the European far-right's claim that 'Syrian refugees increased crimes in Europe' true? Or is the far-right rhetoric far from reality?
The neutrality law in eight German states indicates a structural bias against hijab-wearing women and the structural discrimination scuttles their efforts to find suitable jobs.
Japanese diplomat Yukiya Amano, who led the International Atomic Energy Agency for a decade, was extensively involved in negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme.
Despite the demise of the far-right’s role in government, cases of Islamaphobia continue across the country although an open society enshrined in law by the late King Franz Josef I as far back as 1912.
The current deal to support prices reduced production by 1.2 million barrels per day starting from January 1 for six months, and will now run into next year with the extension.
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