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Middle Eastern tourists told how to behave

Middle Eastern tourists told how to behave

Middle Eastern tourists visiting some of Austria's most exclusive destinations have been provided with a special guide on how to behave themselves.

Europe's first drive-in church?

Europe's first drive-in church?

This may be the first drive-in church in Europe. If you feel the need for prayer while on the road, head to Rassach in Austria.

How do you fit ten sheep in a car?

How do you fit ten sheep in a car?

A 50-year-old Rumanian man was stopped by police when they noticed unusual passengers in his station wagon.

Europe's far right expect election gains

Europe's far right expect election gains

Europe's far right is looking to overcome deep divisions and establish itself as a major player in Brussels after EU elections this week where it is expected to make significant gains.

Austrian experts image live brain

Austrian experts image live brain

Scientists at the University of Vienna, together with colleagues at MIT have developed a revolutionary approach to showing live brain activity in 3D.

Conchita delights fans with free concert

Conchita delights fans with free concert

Ten thousand admiring fans crammed into central Vienna's Ballhausplatz on Sunday afternoon to hear Conchita Wurst's first public performance since her Eurovision win in Copenhagen last weekend.

Hundreds of stolen car parts seized

Hundreds of stolen car parts seized

The SOKO KFZ (Special Commission for cars) has seized 385 stolen engines, 254 vehicle parts and two disassembled luxury vehicles with a value of more than €10 million, from an organization calling itself motorenprofi.at in Styria.

Police used 'excessive violence' at demo

Police used 'excessive violence' at demo

Fights broke out during a demonstration of a right-wing group calling themselves Die Identitaere Bewegung (The Identity Movement) after it was obstructed several times by a left-wing counter-demonstration in central Vienna.