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Austria-Turkey relations go to the dogs over airport checks

Austria-Turkey relations go to the dogs over airport checks

Turkish police on Friday inspected Austrian passengers on an Istanbul-Vienna flight with the help of a sniffer dog, the day after a canine search of passengers flying with Turkish Airlines in Austria, local media reported.

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Everything expats need to know about Austrian healthcare

Everything expats need to know about Austrian healthcare

Moving to Austria? Before you start learning all the lyrics to 'The Sound of Music', you should read up on the country's healthcare system.

 
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Jewish group warns of possible anti-Semitic influence if Freedom Party shares power

Jewish group warns of possible anti-Semitic influence if Freedom Party shares power

Austria's election winner Sebastian Kurz, who may form a coalition with the far-right, vowed "zero tolerance" on anti-Semitism in any future government, in an interview published in Israel on Tuesday.

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Six ways getting an MBA will launch your international career

Six ways getting an MBA will launch your international career

An MBA could be what you need to take the elusive next step in your career. Find out more and register for an MBA fair in a city near you.

 
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Is this the best Swedish university for international master’s students?

Is this the best Swedish university for international master’s students?

Its graduates are also among the first in Sweden to gain employment once they've completed their studies.

 
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Switzerland’s Givaudan smells success in China

Switzerland’s Givaudan smells success in China

Swiss fragrance producer Givaudan said Friday it has begun work on a new production site in China, where the firm sees strong growth potential.

 

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Upscale your coding skills in the Caribbean this winter

Upscale your coding skills in the Caribbean this winter

Want to spend winter in the Caribbean and take the next step in your coding career at the same time? You can, and this is how...

 
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Volunteering abroad ‘really changed my mind’ about the world

Volunteering abroad ‘really changed my mind’ about the world

Want to go on a real adventure and help a disadvantaged community at the same time? You can, and here's how...

 
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Austria set to elect youngest EU leader in right-wing push

Austria set to elect youngest EU leader in right-wing push

UPDATED: Austrians were voting Sunday in a watershed election tipped to see conservative Sebastian Kurz, 31, become the EU's youngest leader and form an alliance with the far-right, in the bloc's latest populist test.

Airbus chief warns of 'significant penalties' from bribery probes

Airbus chief warns of 'significant penalties' from bribery probes

Airbus CEO Tom Enders warned on Friday that the aircraft manufacturer could face "significant penalties" relating to ongoing corruption probes including one into the sale of fighter jets to Austria.

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Bitcoin hotel hack victim speaks out

Bitcoin hotel hack victim speaks out

An Austrian hotel manager who went public with the fact that he had been blackmailed four times into paying a Bitcoin ransom to cybercriminals has been praised for speaking out.

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Podcast: the French on the streets, the Germans between the sheets

Podcast: the French on the streets, the Germans between the sheets

In this week's The Local Europe Edition podcast we talk about why the French are on strike again, ask whether the Germans are as liberated as they seem – and look at Brits trying to escape Brexit.

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