article 16 March 2015 World, Austria
'Meteor' streaks across skies of France and Austria

Dashcams record what appears to be a meteor streaking across the skies of Austria, France and Switzerland, glowing brightly before it disappears from view.

article 28 February 2015 UK, Germany
Newcastle 'anti-Islam' march outnumbered by counter demo

Anti-Islamisation protesters organised by the Pegida group hold their first UK march in Newcastle, but are confronted by 2,000 counter demonstrators.

article 05 February 2015 UK, Germany
Pegida anti-Islamists in UK: are the media hyping it up?

UK news outlets are reporting Britain is to host its first Pegida anti-Islam protest this month - but is media hype feeding a fringe Facebook event?

article 03 February 2015 World, Germany
Austria sees first 'anti-Islamisation' Pegida march

Pegida holds its first march in Austria against the "Islamisation of the west", echoing demonstrations in Germany, as protestors clash with police and anti-racism campaigners.

article 20 May 2014 World, France
New voice in Europe for EU's right-wing parties

With the prospect of success in this week's European elections, right-wing parties are creating a new, Eurosceptic bloc. Pauline Lockwood looks at the policies behind this new political grouping.

article 11 May 2014 World, Austria
Drag queen hails Eurovision win as victory for tolerance

Austria's 'bearded lady' Conchita Wurst triumphs at the Eurovision Song Contest despite petitions to have her edited out of the broadcast.

article 23 February 2014 World, Austria
So long, farewell: the last von Trapp child dies aged 99

Maria von Trapp, the last of the singing children immortalised in the musical The Sound of Music, dies at the age of 99. Channel 4 News looks back at her life.

article 30 September 2013 World, Austria
Drugs testing ecstasy cocaine MDMA nightclubs Austria
Cordelia Lynch by Nightclub drug tests: saving lives or quality control?

In Austria and some other European countries, testing services tell clubbers whether their drugs are cut with other substances. But are such checks any more than quality control for the drugs market?

article 04 July 2013 World, Bolivia
Bolivian President Evo Morales (G)
South American nations discuss Morales 'virtual kidnapping'

Latin American leaders slam European governments for diverting Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane on rumours it was carrying wanted former US spy Edward Snowden.