Police have opened an investigation into animal cruelty after the animals' throats were cut
Christoph Schönborn was speaking at the 333rd anniversary of the Christian victory over Islamic forces at the Battle of Vienna
Centre claims swimwear only unacceptable because it was made from cotton - which student denies
Adhesive fault means 'we cannot estimate how many and which of these ballots could open,' interior minister says
Chancellor Christian Kern, head of the Social Democrats and of the centrist coalition government, also criticises Google and Facebook
Unnamed man holds up restaurant with blank-firing gun and makes off with €85
Residents fear the animals are being killed and tortured
Germany’s highest constitutional court said the spa pool had no right to exclude the man from a special discount aimed at locals
Norbert Hofer says ban 'makes sense'
Tattooist tells court he did it ‘just because'
Landmark decision by Supreme Court says employers can fire those who wear a veil
Austrian finance minister says there will still be 28 member countries in five years' time
Partnership with Vienna brewery designed to bring a 'stadium atmosphere' to fans' living rooms
Otto Hitler is now claimed to have been born in June 1892, living for just seven days
Central France suffers "worst flood in more than 100 years", while at least five are killed as heavy rainfall hits Germany and Austria
As the Brexit debate rages, a positive stance on immigration could give Corbyn his Van der Bellen moment