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Austria Postpones Receiving 1,491 Refugees from Greece

Austria refused to accept 1,491 refugees from Greece, asking to postpone their relocation for 12 months, according to the online edition of Austrian Neue...

Austria Announces Plans to Build Fence Along Border With Slovenia

Austrian Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner says Austria will build a fence along its border with Slovenia to slow the tide of migrants crossing into...

Hungarian Police Struggle with Refugee Influx

Hungarian police on Monday struggled to control refugees entering by the thousands at Hungary’s border with Serbia. Police kept a large group of exhausted and...

Austria, Germany Open Borders to Thousands of Migrants

Austria and Germany opened their borders Saturday to thousands of migrants traveling by bus or train or on foot to cross Austria and continue...

Death Toll in Austrian Migrant Truck Climbs to 70

The Austrian government says the number of dead found in a truck trailer full of refugees on an Austrian highway is higher than first...

Famous Austrians Choose Greece Despite Crisis

Several famous Austrians, from Former Chancellor Franz Vranitzky to the public Austrian Radio and Television general manager Alexander Wrabetz, will continue to remain loyal...

Three Greeks Participating in This Year’s Bilderberg Club Meeting

The annual Bilderberg Club meeting will take place from June 11 to 14 in Telfs, Austria, with the participation of 140 people from 22 countries. Three...

Greece at the Vienna World Tourism Exhibition

The Greek National Tourism Organization along with its co-exhibitors have been given a stand in this year’s Vienna World Tourism Exhibition which was organized...

“Greek Wine” Austrian Performer Dies in Switzerland

Udo Jurgens, a great Austrian musician, died on Sunday, December 21, at the age of 80. “He was a great Austrian who wrote music...

Austria: Getting to Know Greece Through the Radio

A public Austrian Radio Broadcaster presented a beautiful tribute to various historical sites in Greece, entitled “The Navel of the Earth.” The “Atmosphere” radio...