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B. 01-11 Germany sends migrants back to Austria Bavaria
C. 02-06 Austrian avalanche: Czech skiers killed in Alps Wattener Lizum, Tirol, Austria
D. 04-09 Austria 'plans to seize' house where Hitler born Braunau am Inn, Austria
4. 04-24 Austria election: Far right 'top' in first round of presidential vote Austria
F. 05-09 Shock as Austrian Chancellor Faymann quits Vienna, Austria
6. 05-21 Austria to vote in run-off between far-right and independent Austria
7. 05-22 Austria presidential vote: Run-off race too close to call Austria
8. 05-22 Austria presidential vote: Postal ballots to decide result Austria
05-23 Austria far-right narrowly loses poll Austria

  Austria presidential vote: Run-off race too close to call
  Germany sends migrants back to Austria  Germany has been sending an increasing number of migrants back to Austria every day since the beginning of the month, Austrian police say Austrian avalanche: Czech skiers killed in Alps   Five Czech skiers have been killed in an avalanche in the Austrian Alps, local police say   Austria 'plans to seize' house where Hitler born   The Austrian government says it plans to seize the house where Adolf Hitler was born to stop it being a focal point for Nazi sympathisers Austria election: Far right 'top' in first round of presidential vote  Freedom Party candidate has come top in the first round of presidential elections, projections show. Norbert Hofer has about 36% Shock as Austrian Chancellor Faymann quits Map of Vienna Austria  Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann has resigned after losing the support of Social Democratic party colleagues   Austria to vote in run-off between far-right and independent


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  The European Union could see its first far-right president if Norbert Hofer wins the second, run-off round of the Austrian election
May.22  
  Partial results in Austria's run-off presidential election, which pitches the far right against an independent, suggest it is too close to call
 
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  Alexander Van der Bellen has won Austria's presidential election, preventing Norbert Hofer from becoming the EU's first far-right head of state


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Jun.19     Cristiano Ronaldo misses crucial penalty kick vs. Austria   Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty kick for Portugal against Austria. Portugal instead had to settle for a scoreless draw in Euro 2016 Jun.22   Iceland advanced over Austria
Map of Stade de France Saint-Denis France  Iceland advanced to the knockout stage of its first major tournament with a 21 victory over Austria

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Jul.3     Lewis Hamilton wins after last-lap clash with Nico Rosberg   Hamilton won the Austrian Grand Prix Sunday after a dramatic last-lap collision with Mercedes teammate and title rival Nico Rosberg

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Nov.23   Austrian far-right hopeful Hofer may back EU vote
  Presidential candidate has said he would push for a referendum on EU membership, if the EU became more centralised after Brexit Nov.30     Opec countries agree first oil output cut in eight years
  The oil cartel Opec has agreed its first supply cut in eight years in order to boost the price of oil

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Dec.3   Austria presidential election re-run 'too close to call'
  The election pits the leader of the far-right Freedom Party Norbert Hofer against former Green Party head Alexander Van der Bellen
Dec.4   Norbert Hofer defeated in presidential poll
  Hofer described himself as 'infinitely sad' and congratulated Alexander Van der Bellen, former head of the Greens, on his victory





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