VIENNA Austrian conservative leader Sebastian Kurz triumphed in Sunday's parliamentary election while the scandal-tainted far right took a beating and the Greens surged, leaving Kurz the option of forming a coalition with either of them. | Video
VIENNA Austrian political parties began winding up their campaigns on Friday, two days before a parliamentary election Sebastian Kurz's conservatives are tipped to win, as the left-wing Greens and far right warned he could pick the other side as partner.
VIENNA Austrian sensor maker AMS raised its takeover offer for Osram to 4.5 billion euros ($4.9 billion) on Friday, ratcheting up the pressure on a private equity consortium also vying to buy the German lighting group.
VIENNA Iran has committed another breach of its nuclear deal with major powers by enriching uranium with advanced centrifuges, a report by the U.N. nuclear watchdog policing that deal said on Thursday, further fraying the landmark accord.
VIENNA Austria's Greens will only pursue coalition talks with the presumed winner of Sunday's parliamentary election, Sebastian Kurz, if he quickly shows he is serious about a public investment package in environmental measures, their leader said.
VIENNA Austrian conservative Sebastian Kurz ate the far right's lunch two years ago with a hardline immigration policy, then formed a coalition with them, only to ditch them after a video sting scandal. Now he is set to lead the country again at just 33.
VIENNA Young Austrian conservative Sebastian Kurz is cruising to victory in Sunday's parliamentary election, but after a video sting blew up his coalition with the far right, he could well reach to the other end of the spectrum for a partner this time.
VIENNA Argentina's contender to become the next chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog "sounds like a perfect candidate", U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on Tuesday, while stopping short of a formal U.S. endorsement.
VIENNA, Sept 17 Argentina's contender to become
the next chief of the U.N. nuclear watchdog "sounds like a
perfect candidate", U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on
Tuesday, while stopping short of a formal U.S. endorsement.
VIENNA The U.N. nuclear watchdog told Iran on Monday there is no time to waste in answering its questions, which diplomats say include how traces of uranium were found at a site that was not declared to the agency.