Heinz-Christian Strache says he met General Michael Flynn 'and other high-ranking US politicians'
Many people wanted the Nazi leader's first home to be destroyed
Interior Minister says government supports 'thorough architectural rearrangement' of the house
Defence lawyers for former Iraqi taxi driver had appealed the initial six-year sentence, saying their client did not know that the 10-year-old victim did not consent
Minister says law will have 'signalling effect' as country seeks to impose cap on migration
Bar owner intends to accommodate 'trainees' in property where Austrian man imprisoned and repeatedly raped his own daughter
Departure of Italian PM is ‘not a positive development in the case of the general crisis in Europe’, says German Foreign Minister
Rejection of constitutional reform was latest in string of electoral tests to send shockwaves through Brussels' foundations
An Italian no to reform is 'in the market', in that this outcome is the expected one. But this year has taught us that you never know the outcome of a popular vote
Norbert Hofer says Islam "has no place in Austria" as it poses a threat to the country's Judeo-Christian and humanist values
Votes in Italy and Austria on Sunday could decide the future of the European Union. The consequences for the euro and for the EU itself could be grim indeed
'With the Christmas bonus, suddenly Muslims have no problem with the word Christmas'
Judges say lower court had not established whether attacker thought boy consented to sex
Vehicle slips off track and lands on its side 15 metres below path
Embrace the season on one of these great escapes
Teenager claimed to be unaware of the law and only discovered his actions were illegal upon arrest