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Austria has placed some 2 million unvaccinated people on partial lockdown. Similar restrictions in Berlin have been placed on people who aren't fully vaccinated.
The country's interior minister says the attack was carried out by an "Islamist terrorist" who was shot dead by police after a rampage through central Vienna.
Austrian officials hope the decision to turn the three-story building in the town of Braunau am Inn into a police station will be a deterrent to those who would make the site a neo-Nazi shrine.
Despite a cash-for-contracts scandal that brought down his government in May, Kurz, 33, the country's youngest-ever chancellor, is likely to win back his job on Sunday in a snap election.
Austria's top court says Gerlinde Pommer should receive $908,000 from the government in exchange for the property. "Part of the house should be used for educational purposes," a local historian says.
The video appeared to show Heinz-Christian Strache offering business deals for political support. He called the taping a "targeted political assassination." But the chancellor proposed snap elections.
Vienna had a problem: A key construction site threatened the habitat of dozens of hamsters — yes, common hamsters, a protected species in Austria. Here's how the developers saved the little animals.
No, that's not a typo. Austria is hunting for a kangaroo of unknown origin that has been seen hopping about in the area of Hellmonsodt.
The pilot is one of 27 Tuskegee Airmen who went missing during World War II. Lawrence Dickson's plane crashed in 1944, and his remains were found in Austria.