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Kurz to return to power in Austria

With nearly all the votes counted, 33-year-old Sebastian Kurz's conservative People's Party has taken out a clear election victory.

Austria

Kurz's conservatives win Austrian election

The People's Party leader was expected to come out on top but faces difficulties forming a coalition.

Austria's Sebastian Kurz wins election, projections show

Austria

Sebastian Kurz set to return to power in Austria after ousting

The centre-right People's Party is likely to win Sunday's election in Austria.

Sebastian Kurz set to return to power in Austria after ousting

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Austrian MPs reject EU-Mercosur trade deal over Amazon fires

Legislators in Austria deal blow to landmark EU pact with Latin American bloc amid concerns over blazes in Amazon basin.

Austrian MPs reject EU-Mercosur trade deal over Amazon fires

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New US sanctions take aim at Russia-led Nord Stream 2 pipeline

The Senate's Foreign Relations Committee passed a bill aimed at curbing Moscow's European influence.

New US sanctions take aim at Russia-led Nord Stream 2 pipeline

Europe

Austria gets first female chancellor after video scandal

Brigitte Bierlein will lead an interim administration until new elections are held following the government's collapse.

Austria gets first female chancellor after video scandal

Europe

Sebastian Kurz riding high despite Austrian ousting

Snap elections will likely result in another conservative-far-right coalition, despite the recent government implosion.

Austria

No-confidence vote ousts Austria's chancellor

Far-right and centre-left parties force Sebastian Kurz from office after his government coalition imploded in scandal.

Europe

Austria's right-wing government implodes in scandal

All FPO-ministers will be replaced by technocrats as Austria gets a minority government for the first time ever.

Austria's right-wing government implodes in scandal

Sport

Niki Lauda, Austrian Formula One legend, dies at 70

The three-time world champion, who survived a horrific crash in 1976, passed away peacefully, his family says.

Austria

Austrian far-right ministers to resign amid corruption fallout

Sacking of Interior Minister Kickl is set to trigger a walk-out of FPO ministers from Chancellor Kurz's government.

Austrian far-right ministers to resign amid corruption fallout

Austria

Austria heading for September election after video scandal

'It is important that Austrians are given the chance of a new start,' President Alexander Van der Bellen said.

Austria heading for September election after video scandal

Austria

Austria's Kurz calls for snap elections amid video scandal

Austria appears set to head to the polls after Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache resigns over a video sting.

Austria's Kurz calls for snap elections amid video scandal

Europe

Austrian far-right leader quits over sting, coalition teeters

Heinz-Christian Strache quits after sting video shows he offered government contracts to a potential Russian benefactor.

Austrian far-right leader quits over sting, coalition teeters