Austria’s chancellor holds talks with Putin in Russia
Austria’s chancellor today became the first western leader to meet Vladimir Putin in Moscow since the invasion began.
Will it be Covid protests and compulsory jabs for Christmas?
On today’s Fourcast, our Health and Social Care Editor Victoria Macdonald explains why Covid cases are rising in Europe and asks whether the compulsory jab mandates seen on the continent are coming to our shores next.
Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl on Trump and migration
Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl discusses President Trump and her country’s attitude to migration.
Young man finds 100,000 euros in Danube
A young man could be in line for a life-changing small fortune after finding 100,000 euros floating down the River Danube in Austria.
Austria deploys army as part of tougher border controls
Austria is to deploy the army to help deal with the influx of refugees coming from Hungary, as part of a tougher stance on border control.
Refugee crisis: thousands arrive in Austria
Thousands of refugees and migrants cross into Austria after the Hungarian authorities give up on trying to seal its borders.
Hundreds of refugees begin 100 mile march to Austria
Refugees, among them those in wheelchairs and on crutches, have lost patience waiting for trains in Hungary have begun a hundred mile march to Austria.
Four arrested over Austria lorry refugee deaths
Four children including a baby girl were among 71 refugees found dead in the back of a lorry left abandoned at the side of a motorway in Austria, police say.
Refugees found ‘suffocated’ in parked lorry in Austria
Up to 50 refugees are found dead in a parked lorry in eastern Austria. On the scene Channel 4 News International Editor Lindsey Hilsum says there’s a “terrible” stench of death.
‘Deranged’ man kills three in Austria car attack
A seven-year-old boy is reported to be among three dead after a man deliberately drove his car into a crowd in the Austrian city of Graz.
‘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.
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.
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?
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.
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.