Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer is hoping to become Europe's first far-right head of state since the Second World War
Eleven people were also wounded
The woman claims she could no longer cope with the pressure of looking after her ill partner
Weakened by poor results in a presidential vote, Werner Faymann faced pressure from his party to cooperate with the anti-immigration far right
Carbyne has been created before, but only in small, unstable amounts
The barrier is being built as a response to the anticipated flow of refugees trying to enter Austria from Italy
Officials have been locked in a dispute over renovations with the building's owner for years
'We hope that it will not have to be necessary to decide on such matters'
Sem-Sandberg's novel is set in a children's clinic in Austria, which became part of the Nazi euthanasia programme
Head to Austria's St Anton for old-fashioned style, Alpine atmosphere and smart hospitality - plus ski apartments from £162,000...
Plans would see Ankara tightening controls to prevent two million Syrians in Turkish refugee camps heading to Europe
The teacher is being investigated by police for allegedly failing to stop the abuse
The gay-themed walk signals are set to return after a dispute with a far-right party
'Hurtful attacks on defenceless people are inappropriate,' a new ethics code says
Skiing's not just a sport in Austria's Alpine capital, discovers Adam Ruck, it's a way of life
'The migrant inflow should be reduced but those, who do have the right to get asylum, should be integrated into society'