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German and Austrian MPs plan to visit Crimea forum

A joint delegation of German and Austrian parliamentarians will visit Crimea next spring to attend the Yalta International Economic Forum. It will be the first visit paid by Bundestag members to the peninsula after its reunion with …

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Europe stands up for Russian gas pipelines to US

Europe is displeased with the US pressure on European companies that partake in development of energy supplies to Europe, Austria’s Chancellor Christian Kern said at the Austrian World Summit. According …

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"Immortal Regiment" marches held across the world

The "Immortal Regiment" marches honoring Victory Day will be held across the world. The Immortal Regiment is a patriotic initiative that commemorates WWII soldiers in marches held across Russia and other countries …

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Austria: 2 trains collide at station in Vienna, 3 injured

Authorities say two trains have collided at a station in Vienna, injuring at least three people, The Globe and Mail reports. There were no immediate details on what caused the collision at the Meidling station in the Austrian capital on …

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Turkey warned of possible terrorist attack

Australia and New Zealand warned that extremists may be planning an attack on the commemoration of a World War I campaign that is being held in Turkey this month. Australian Veterans Affairs Minister Dan Tehan urged the nearly 500 …

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NATO head urges Turkey, Austria to resolve dispute

NATO's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg urged Austria and Turkey on Friday to resolve a diplomatic dispute that has led to some cooperation programs being blocked, Reuters reported. Turkey, a NATO ally, has …

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Will EU resettle refugees to Georgia?

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said that it's necessary to create European centers for reception of refugees outside the bloc. "We need refugee centers outside the EU. They should be managed jointly …

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