Austria

Guess Who Came Thiiis Close To Signing Off A €102k Annual Budget? Austria. Someone Omitted...

'In Ihrem Budget fehlen sechs Nullen' warned MP Austria's parliament came within moments of slashing its annual spending limit to peanuts after someone omitted the key words "figures in millions" from its national budget bill.…

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Austrian Social Media Users Express Support For President Following His Curfew Violation

VIENNA (Sputnik) - Many Austrians have expressed their support for President Alexander Van der Bellen through social media after he was spotted dining out after the 11 p.m. curfew time.
Related topics: Social Media, Vienna

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Austria, Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden Reportedly Propose Own Plan For Eu Economic Recovery

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Austria, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden on Saturday presented their own plan for the recovery of the European economy on the basis of loans, as an alternative to the proposal of Germany and France to create a 500-billion euro...
Related topics: Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden, Russia, Moscow, Germany, France

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Austria: Muslim Migrant Double Murderer Mocks His Victims, Says “only Allah Can Judge Me”

How many other Muslim migrants in Europe believe that they are not subject to the laws of the land, but only to the laws of Allah, which devalue the lives of unbelievers? Reliance of the Traveller, a classic manual of Islamic sacred law, explains...

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Austria Like You’ve Never Seen It Before

Austria has an almost-exclave, connected to the motherland via a single dot on a mountaintop.Habsburgs were so fancy, they were buried in three different locations across Vienna.These and other absurd and obscure facts about Austria are the subject...
Related topics: Vienna

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Shocking: How Napoleon Crushed Austria And Changed History

Warfare History Network History, Europe Warfare would never be the same. Key point: France used new tactics and a draft to build a formidable army. Here's how Napoleon used it to his advantage. On the evening of July 4, 1809, Emperor Napoleon’s...
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Doina Barbaneagra Sizzles In A Tiny Red Bikini As She Soaks Up The Sun

Austria-based Moldovan model Doina Barbaneagra took to her Instagram account on Sunday and wowed her fans with a hot bikini snapshot. In the picture, the 27-year-old model could be seen rocking a minuscule, triangular red bikini top that featured a...
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The Wuhan Coronavirus In France And Austria

(Paul Mirengoff) Looking at the latest Wuhan coronavirus numbers, some of the best news I see is from France. That country has been hard hit by the coronavirus. It ranks fifth in the world in deaths attributed to virus, just behind Spain. ...
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Apple Stores In Germany Will Start Reopening On May 11

More and more Apple Stores will start to reopen their doors this month. We recently saw that Apple was reopening its only Apple Store in Austria, while it also managed to open 21 out of its 22 stores in Australia. Now, it seems that Apple will also...
Related topics: Germany, Australia

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Austria: “christians Must Die” And “allahu Akbar” Scrawled On Wall Of Train Station

This could have been done by a Muslim, or by a critic of mass Muslim migration, or by a prankster. In all three cases, the graffiti artist takes for granted an association of “Allahu akbar” with violence against non-Muslims, an...

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Europe Is Getting Off Coal Even Faster Than Expected

Austria and Sweden recently closed their last coal plants—ahead of schedule. Across Europe, countries are making strides toward a fossil-free future. In April, Austria and Sweden closed their last coal plants—the latter nearly two...
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Chancellor Kurz Points Out Austria's Responsibility For World War Ii

VIENNA (Sputnik) - Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz on Friday delivered a speech timed with the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in which he recalled the responsibility of his own country for the events of 1939-1945.
Related topics: Vienna, Anniversaries

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Apple Reopening Vienna, Austria Apple Store On May 5

Apple is set to reopen its only store in Vienna, Austria tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. local time, marking the second store that's reopened outside of Greater China. Apple Kärntner Straße in Vienna will operate on limited hours, and like Apple's...
Related topics: Vienna, China

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Meet Italy's World War Ii 'jumping Insect' Tank Boat (it Failed)

Caleb Larson Security, It tried to solve a  In the early days of World War One, Italy had a tough choice to make. Italy faced a powerful France to the west and did not have much to gain by fighting for Germany and Austria-Hungary — but rather...
Related topics: Italy, France, Germany, Hungary

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Juul May Exit France, Spain And Other European Markets

Juul is preparing to leave five European countries within the year, according to BuzzFeed News. The e-cigarette maker is reportedly planning to pull out of Austria, Belgium, Portugal and Spain in July followed by France at the end of the year....
Related topics: France, Spain, Belgium, Portugal

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Austrian Cops May Intervene If They See People Kissing

Austrian Cops May Intervene if They See People Kissing Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Despite being one of the first countries to begin relaxing its lockdown laws, authorities in Austria have said that police may...
Related topics: Police

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Hofburg Presidential Palace In Vienna Evacuated After Bomb Threat

The former principal imperial palace of the Habsburg dynasty rulers is situated in the centre of Vienna and was built in the 13th century, later expanding on numerous occasions.
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Now Might Not Be The Best Time To Visit, But Aws Just Turned On A New Region In Milan

Good option for locals and lowest latency for Austria, Bulgaria and Greece too AWS has opened a new region in Milan, Italy.…
Related topics: Bulgaria, Greece, Italy

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Sweden Closes Its Last Remaining Coal Plant Two Years Ahead Of Schedule

Stockholm Exergi recently announced the closure of KVV6, Sweden’s last coal-fired co-generation plant, as reported by PV Magazine. The announcement came one day before Austria confirmed the permanent closure of its last remaining coal plant,...
Related topics: Sweden, Stockholm

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Austria Is Making Climate Protection A Condition For Airline Bailouts.

Of the dozens of countries throughout the world that have bailed out their struggling airlines, Austria’s government is the first so far to propose adding environmental conditions to its grant.Speaking at a news conference on April 16, Leonore...

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