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Turkish forces arrest Austrian journalist, activist on terrorism-related charges
Turkish security forces have arrested an Austrian journalist and activist, who writes for a far-left website, on suspicion of membership in a terrorist organization.
Ancient Austrian mine holds Bronze Age secrets
All mines need regular reinforcement against collapse, and Hallstatt, the world's oldest salt mine perched in the Austrian Alps, is no exception.
Iranian, Austrian officials highlight boosting cultural ties
Iranian and Austrian cultural officials called for the development of relations between the two countries in the fields of art and culture.
Austrian envoy stresses cooperation with Iran
Austrian envoy to Iran on Sunday rejected media reports that his country's Oberbank has put projects in Iran on hold and stressed that Vienna is seeking more cooperation with Tehran.
Austrian no-smoking petition against government reaches 500,000 mark
Half a million Austrians have signed a petition calling for a smoking ban in restaurants, embarrassing the ruling coalition of conservatives and far right that has championed both direct democracy and the right to smoke.
Austrian delegation in northeast Iran to forge economic ties
An Austrian delegation is in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad, Khorasan Razavi Province, to discuss expansion of economic, scientific and trade relations between Iran and Austria, said a local official on Sunday.
Seasoned Austrian politician resigns over sexual harassment allegations
A seasoned Austrian politician, known for his long anti-establishment campaigns, has resigned from his top post in his party over allegations of sexual harassment.
Austrian riot police use batons, pepper spray against pro-refugee activists
Austrian police have used batons and pepper spray to push back a large crowd of angry pro-refugee activists, protesting controversial new controls on taking refugees, at a major crossing on the border with Italy.
Lufthansa, Austrian to increase Iran flights
German airliner Lufthansa and its subsidiary Austrian Airlines plan new flights to Iran amid a growing demand as business and tourism is crawling back to life in the resource-rich country, media reports say.
Austrian police find 24 Afghan refugees in truck
Austrian police have found two dozen Afghan refugees sealed into the back of a small truck, believed to have come from Hungary.
More than 70 migrants dead in Austrian truck tragedy
Austrian police have recovered more than 70 dead migrants from a lorry abandoned on a motorway, the government said Friday, in the latest horrific tragedy in Europe's unrelenting migrant misery.
Austrian musician to perform recital in Iran
Austrian pianist Gottlieb Wallisch will perform a piano recital at Vahdat Hall in Tehran on September 28.
Austrian musician to perform recital in Iran
Austrian pianist Gottlieb Wallisch will perform a piano recital at Vahdat Hall in Tehran on September 28.
Austrian ISIL teenager member given 2.5-year jail term
An Austrian court has sentenced a teenager to two and a half years behind bars for joining the ranks of the Takfiri ISIL militant group operating in Syria.

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