ViennaAustrian establishment figures fear the resignation of Vice-Chancellor Reinhold Mitterlehner, could provide a huge opening for the nationalist Freedom Party, critical of immigration and the European Union.
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Ruffey-lès-EchireyFrench officils discovered missing ballot papers at the polling station of the commune of Ruffey-lès-Echirey.
What would prevent a Russian fleet in Yemen? If Russia succeeds with its negotiations in Yemen, the US might want to reconsider its involvement in Syria, blogger Moon of Alabama argues.
Saint-BenoîtTwo police officers were shot in the French overseas region of Réunion by a suspected jihadist.
BerlinMigrant crime has “increased disproportionately” in Germany in 2016, according to a report the Interior Ministry released last week.
TraiskirchenA corrupt Austrian official, working for the Lower Austrian Foreign Office of the Federal Office for Foreign Affairs and Asylum (BFA), is suspected of having sold residence permits to migrants and refugees.
ParisFrench patriotic presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen won in 47 French departments in the first round of election, while her rival independent candidate Emmanuel Macron could only secure victory in 42, David Rachline, campaign manager for Le Pen, said on Monday.
ViennaIn Austria a debate has errupted after a study suggested that undocumented Islamic kindergartens in Vienna were helping not only to create “parallel societies” but also dangerous homegrown future jihadists.
LilleSeveral people, including a child, were injured in Lille, France. The incident occurred close to a train station in the city of Lille, near the Belgian border, but authorities denied that the shooting was terror-related.
At the end of January the Cyprus Minister of Education and Culture issued an "urgent" decree to all Kindergartens and Primary Schools to minimize wireless radiation exposure to children: “We have taken the decision to have the wireless network Wi-Fi disabled in all Public kindergartens in Cyprus.”