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Mar 20 2017

Polls in Austria show erosion of far-right Freedom Party's lead

VIENNA The far-right Freedom Party's lead in opinion polls over the Social Democrats in Austria has shrunk to within the margin of error after more than a year of dominance marked by Europe's migration crisis, several recent surveys have shown.

Mar 17 2017

Iran challenges need to ship out excess material under nuclear deal

VIENNA Iran has challenged the need for it to ship sensitive material abroad if its stock exceeds a limit set by its nuclear deal with major powers.

Feb 24 2017

Iran's enriched uranium stock halves after flirting with limit: IAEA

VIENNA Iran's official stock of enriched uranium has fallen by half after large amounts stuck in pipes have been recategorized as unrecoverable under a process agreed with major powers, the U.N. atomic watchdog said on Friday.

Feb 16 2017

Greece says 'not a euro more' in cuts as EU officials call for speedy deal

ATHENS/VIENNA European Union officials urged Greece and its lenders on Thursday to conclude a long-overdue bailout review quickly to safeguard economic recovery but Athens said it wouldn't ask "a euro more" from its austerity-wracked citizens.

Feb 16 2017

EU's Moscovici wants euro zone budget, finance minister, treasury

VIENNA The European Commission's top financial official called on Thursday for deeper integration in the euro zone, dismissing fears that a move in that direction would split the European Union as it reels from Britain walking away.

Feb 16 2017

EU's Moscovici wants euro zone budget, finance minister, treasury

VIENNA, Feb 16 The European Commission's top financial official called on Thursday for deeper integration in the euro zone, dismissing fears that a move in that direction would split the European Union as it reels from Britain walking away.

Feb 03 2017

Austrian coalition deal gains time, but possibly not many votes

VIENNA "A little less conversation, a little more action" sang Elvis Presley as Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern unveiled his "Plan A" list of policies last month - an injunction to coalition partners to get on board or face "Plan B" - a snap election.

Jan 31 2017

Austrian coalition pledges face veil ban, curbs on foreign workers

VIENNA Austria's coalition government promised on Monday to ban Muslim face-covering veils and to restrict eastern European workers' access to the labor market, in a package of policies aimed at countering the rise of the far-right Freedom Party.

Jan 17 2017

Austria's far right struggles to win over Jews with charm offensive

VIENNA Politically, it could be a fine example of chutzpah.

Jan 12 2017

Austria's far right struggles to win over Jews with charm offensive

VIENNA Politically, it could be a fine example of chutzpah.

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