Austria must pressure Iran to give up its nuclear ambitions, as well as combat local neo-Nazi activity, in light of Vienna’s historic role in the Holocaust and refusal to take official responsibility for it, Israel’s Knesset speaker said.
The appeals court in Brussels upheld the decision on Monday, after a separate court had approved Van Den Bleeken’s right to seek assisted suicide in mid-September. “He can leave the jail for 24 hours in order to seek euthanasia,” a court press spokesman said.
Starting on Tuesday, people and businesses in Bavaria will be able to use web addresses with the domain .bayern, ending the Free State’s online subjection to the Federal Republic of Germany.
Austria’s 28-year-old foreign minister Sebastian Kurz began his address to the UN General Assembly on Saturday by acknowledging his youth and referring to the age of social media.
Germany will host an international conference next month to mobilize aid for Syrian refugees after the launch of US-led airstrikes, the foreign minister has told the United Nations.
Germany’s military is in such a poor state it cannot live up to all its Nato commitments, the country’s defense minister admitted on Sunday, warning it could years to overcome equipment problems.
People are sick of the status quo. But is the Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) the alternative it claims to be, or just a German Tea Party movement?
Talks to resolve the Iranian nuclear problem are making progress, although the final round will probably be the most difficult, the German Foreign Minister was quoted as saying Friday.
German pilots’ union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) said it was planning further industrial action at Lufthansa after talks over an early retirement scheme once again broke down.
Austria’s support of the alliance against Islamist terror does not violate the country’s neutrality, Federal President Heinz Fischer (right) and Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz said on Wednesday. But neutrality does not mean indifference, Kurz added.