Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz declares victory for his party in a national election that sets him up to become Europe's youngest leader.
Austrian voters have sent a message that they are unwilling to allow their country to be swept up in the populist wave that has boosted far-right politicians to powerful positions in the U.S. and Europe.
"Every Vienna café, every sausage stand pays more taxes in Austria than a global company. That's true for Starbucks, Amazon and other companies," said Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern.
The country’s Constitutional Court ordered a do-over after the race ended with a margin of less than 1 percentage point and allegations surfaced that voting had been “rigged.”
Turns out some of the arguments Brexit supporters used to rally voters to support their cause aren't only applicable to the U.K. -- and neither is the idea of leaving the European Union.
She was only 14 when her mother decided that Nasima’s best hope for a future meant leaving her home, her family and everything she knew to make a grueling trek to Europe.
As several countries in the region -- Hungary, Macedonia, Italy and Greece among them -- struggle to deal with staggering numbers of refugees from conflict zones in the Middle East and Africa, European Union leaders have decided it's time for an emergency summit on the subject.
Austrian authorities report that four children -- three boys ages 7 to 10, and a toddler girl -- were among the passengers whose bodies were found in east Vienna on Thursday in the back of an abandoned truck, locked inside with no ventilation in the summer heat.
The Social Progress Index has published the latest global data on quality of life, and America's "We're No. 1" crowd isn't left with much to shout about.
Although the governments of several European countries weren't exactly willing to corroborate this story, The New York Times reported Tuesday that al-Qaida has made a consistent practice of kidnapping European citizens for ransom, and it has paid off very well.