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Iran, Austria to broaden cultural cooperation
Iran and Austria discussed expansion of cooperation in art and culture fields.
Austria’s Oscar entry 'Joy' disqualified from international feature competition
Hot on the heels of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' hotly debated disqualification of ‘Lionheart’, Nigeria's entry for best international feature Oscar consideration, because its dialogue is predominantly in English, Austria's entry, ‘Joy’, was disqualified for the same reason, The Hollywood Reporter wrote.
China Open: Thiem ousts Murray
Dominic Thiem of Austria has defeated Andy Murray in straight sets to reach the semi-finals of the China Open in Beijing.
Austria's conservative leader Kurz wins parliamentary polls
Austrian conservative leader Sebastian Kurz triumphed in Sunday's parliamentary election, as widely expected, but he will need a coalition partner to form a stable government, and the vote left him several options across the political spectrum.
Austria says won't spare efforts to save Iran nuclear deal
Austria won’t spare any efforts to save the nuclear deal with Iran, said the country’s envoy to Iran on Thursday as Europe is trying hard to keep Iran within the international agreement.
Austrian diplomat: Vienna, Tehran to expand cooperation on tourism
Deputy Ambassador of Austria in Tehran Alexander Rieger said “Vienna and Tehran can expand cooperation on exchanging tourists and professors, as the sector cannot be put under sanctions.”
Austria president backs chancellor, far-right ministers ousted
The far-right Freedom Party (FPO) quit Austria's coalition government on Tuesday after the president sided with conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and sacked the hard-line FPO interior minister.
Far-right ministers ready to quit Austria government after scandal
Austrian far-right ministers were ready to quit their posts, the party chief says, after the country's coalition government collapsed over a corruption scandal days before European elections.
Austria heading for September election after far-right video scandal
Austria’s president on Sunday recommended a new election be held in early September, saying he wanted to restore trust in the government after a video scandal led to the resignation of the vice chancellor.
Head of Austria's far-right FPOe steps down over alleged corruption scandal
Austrian Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, a key figure of the European far-right, has resigned after explosive revelations from a hidden camera sting, just days before key European Union (EU) elections.
Austria minister Strache resigns amid video scandal
Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache, a key figure of the European far-right, resigned on Saturday after explosive revelations from a hidden camera sting, just days before key EU elections.
Iran to hold permanent handicrafts expo in Austria
A permanent handicrafts exhibition is scheduled to be held in Vienna from September 2019, the deputy head of Iran Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization (ICHTHO) announced on Monday.
Larijani deplores EU inaction over US pressure on Iran
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said that European Union’s inaction in the face of growing US pressure on Iran has raised questions about its credibility, stressing that the EU lacks the weight to solve problems.
Austria to extend border checks for Hungary, Slovenia
Austria will extend its border controls for fellow EU members Hungary and Slovenia until at least November, Austrian news agency APA reported on Sunday, citing a letter from the country’s interior minister to the European Commission.
Austria probing far-right figure over New Zealand terror attack link
Austrian authorities have raided the apartment of a far-right group leader in a probe linking him to the man behind deadly attacks on two mosques in New Zealand, officials said Tuesday.

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