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Styrian dream or stygian nightmare? Austria’s Brexit car roulette

Styrian dream or stygian nightmare? Austria’s Brexit car roulette

In manufacturing, tourism and the car industry, Brexit’s spectre looms over several key Austrian regions and sectors, Alex Macbeth writes.

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Meet the Norwegian who's scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo

Meet the Norwegian who's scored more Champions League goals than Ronaldo

Football superstars Ada Hegerberg and Liv Cooke are fronting a new UEFA campaign that encourages young girls to kick off careers in ‘the beautiful game’.

 
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Austria's Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst reveals she is HIV-positive

Austria's Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst reveals she is HIV-positive

Austrian bearded drag queen and Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst has announced in an Instagram post that she is HIV positive, saying she is being blackmailed by a former boyfriend.

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Here are the first glimpses of the American 'Skam'

Here are the first glimpses of the American 'Skam'

‘Skam’, the hugely successful Norwegian television series following the lives of Oslo teenagers, has been given an American remake.

 

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Anti-racists protest against Austrian government

Anti-racists protest against Austrian government

Several thousand people braved snow and freezing temperatures in Vienna on Saturday to protest against what they called rising discrimination and racism in Austria.

Suspected Austria bitcoin fraud sparks Europe-wide probe

Suspected Austria bitcoin fraud sparks Europe-wide probe

Authorities investigating a suspected bitcoin-related scam centred in Austria have asked Interpol to help determine whether there might be perpetrators - and victims - of the scheme across Europe.

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Austrian activist can't bring class action suit against Facebook, EU court says

Austrian activist can't bring class action suit against Facebook, EU court says

An Austrian activist cannot bring a class action against Facebook for privacy breaches, although he is allowed to sue the US social media giant on a personal basis in his home country, the EU's top court ruled Thursday.

Here comes Santa Claus (with his satanic sidekicks)

Here comes Santa Claus (with his satanic sidekicks)

Austrian financial adviser Ernst Eigner is ugly and scary. But only in his "Krampus" costume with red glowing eyes and horns to frighten naughty children and "evil spirits".

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