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Sunday 1 October 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Vienna

This year
Austrian ex-chancellor charged with giving false evidence over scandal that collapsed government
Sebastian Kurz is accused of giving false evidence about his role in setting up a holding company and will face trial in October.
Two people charged after Hitler speeches played on Austrian train’s intercom
Spreading Nazi propaganda is a criminal offence in Austria.
Last year
Austria to scrap controversial mandatory Covid vaccination
Current official figures show that 62% of the Austrian population currently have a valid vaccination certificate.
All time
Unrest and protests spread over Europe as new Covid-19 restrictions come in
Austria reported over 15,000 new Covd-19 cases on Saturday.
Thousands gather in Vienna to protest Austrian lockdown and vaccine mandate
The far-right opposition Freedom Party was among those calling for demonstrations against lockdown.
Belarus athlete lands in Vienna, as husband offered humanitarian visa by Poland
The IOC has received a report from Belarus’s Olympic committee, which is “being evaluated.”
Austria admits security failings leading up to deadly Vienna shooting rampage
Police detained 14 people in the wake of the shooting.
Gunman killed in Vienna terror attack had tried to join IS
Two men and two woman were killed in the attack yesterday evening.
Tom Clonan: Last night's attack in Vienna shows Islamic State is regrouping and shifting focus
Islamic State’s so-called ‘Caliphate’ took a beating last year, but the terror group has been revived from new bases in Africa, writes Tom Clonan.
Two dead and 15 wounded in Vienna terror attack on eve of lockdown
Vienna police tweeted that the exact circumstances of the incident were still being determined.
Dublin is more expensive to live in than both London and Vienna
Despite falling in world rankings, Dublin remains one of the most expensive European cities to live in.
Ireland's fastest woman Phil Healy gets 2019 off to the perfect start with 400m victory in Vienna
The 24-year-old Cork sprinter has her sights set on the European Indoor Athletics Championships in March.
Ecstasy to agony: O'Neill and Ireland have been on a steady decline since brilliant Vienna win
In November 2016 Ireland sat top of their World Cup qualifying group, but ever since Martin O’Neill’s side have regressed significantly.
At least three people injured in a knife attack on the streets of Vienna
A motive for the attack wasn’t immediately known.
Prehistoric naked figurine censored by Facebook
The statuette is over thirty thousand years old.
Austrian police confirm body of missing 21-year-old Irishman found in Vienna
His death is being treated as a tragic accident.
Police focusing search for Irishman missing in Vienna on Danube river area
Ross Hanlon, 21, was last seen in the early hours of Friday morning.
Family of missing Irishman fly to Austria to help search effort
Ross Hanlon, 21, was last seen in the early hours of Friday morning.
Family appeal for help finding Irishman (21) missing in Vienna
Ross Hanlon from Athboy, Co Meath went missing in Vienna at 2am yesterday morning.
Eight injured as two trains collide and carriages overturn near Vienna
The accident occurred at 5pm near the station of Kritzendorf.
Politics in Austria is embracing Islamophobia as a shortcut to electoral gains
As Austrians grow more openly hostile towards Muslims, major political parties are deliberately brandishing Islamophobia in the hope of gaining an advantage at the polls.
'A part of me is with him!': Wexford father donates kidney to ailing son
Graham Bright had just begun a new job in when he ended up in St Vincent’s Hospital with end-stage kidney failure.
Austria promises ban on face veil in public places
The ban is part of raft of measures aimed at fending off the far-right.
Here's the brilliant James McClean goal that earned Ireland a famous victory
The Boys in Green ended 53 years of hurt against Austria this evening.
'If I get to put on the jersey, I’ll play any position' - McGoldrick desperate for chance after Euro 2016 heartbreak
The 28-year-old forward wants to fill the void left by the retired Robbie Keane and the latest injuries to Shane Long and Daryl Murphy.
Newborn baby dies after being found in toilet bin at Vienna airport
A cleaner discovered the baby inside a plastic bag in the early hours of this morning.
Self-assured O'Dowda confident he can be a valuable asset for country and club
The signs are there that the 21-year-old winger can grow into a fine footballer in the not-too-distant future.
Austrian dominatrix convicted after client dies in hotel room
The 29-year-old was given a two-year suspended sentence.
IAAF uphold ban on Russian athletes ahead of Olympic Games
A task force found that they did not meet the criteria needed to lift the ban and no vote was taken in Vienna today.
Man taken off plane after woman says she saw 'IS-related' messages on his phone is released
The Iraqi man had been removed from the flight after another passenger suspected him to be a terrorist.
Flight to London delayed after woman claims man had "messages related to Isis" on his phone
Both are being questioned.
Main Budapest train station evacuated as migrants try to board trains to Austria and Germany
Riot police moved in and the entrance was blocked.
Explainer: Everything you wanted to know about this year's Eurovision (but were afraid to ask)
Who have Ireland sent? What are our chances? What happens if Australia wins? And why is Johnny Logan in the papers?
The 12 most important moments from the first Eurovision semi-final
aaaaaand we’re off.
'If I had done this in Ireland it would've taken 25 years' - Facebook Privacy Campaigner
Max Schrems has taken a €10 million class action lawsuit against the tech giant in his native Austria so as to avoid the ‘madness of the Irish courts’.
Austrian police raid homes, prayer rooms and mosques for jihad recruiters
150 people have so far been discovered leaving Austria to join jihadists in Syria and Iraq.
Talks on Iran's nuclear programme could drag on for another year
Tomorrow is the deadline to reach agreement.
A new image shows us what it is like when a cat both is and is not
Warning: Confusion.
Atomic watchdog attempts to revive nuclear talks with Iran
A number of outstanding issues relating to alleged efforts to develop nuclear weapons remain.
Conchita vows to fight for tolerance, as thousands turn out for Austria homecoming
The drag queen’s win has sparked outrage among Russia’s politicians, leading one party leader to declare “this is the end of Europe”.