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Austrian embalmers are using butchers’ techniques for breakout innovations in embalming.
For the third time in recent years, an Austrian man is accused of raping women and holding them captive. This time, they are his mentally disabled daughters.
Proposal would tax products containing "too much" salt, sugar, or fat, as well as liquor and soft drinks, to subsidize Hungarian health care.
An economist sees parallels between the current EU debt crisis and Yugoslav dissolution.
Viscri, where Prince Charles owns property, offers isolation, rural charm to Prince William and Kate Middleton.
92-year-old inventor explains how to make a fortune, and spend it.
Demonstrators learn they could overthrow a government with people power.
Banks, secrets and privacy.
The Turkish government has sought an increasingly prominent role in the Balkans.
Taking a close look at the Fidesz government's response to the deadly red mud spill.
Red sludge disaster worsens as the mud both dries and reaches the Danube.
A law that promotes stargazing and less confused wildlife begins to take.
Separating "protection" from "corruption" in European private security companies.
Croatia's bid to join the EU is at stake in territorial dispute.
Brigitte Petritsch fights for inclusion of Austria's disabled students in mainstream schools.
How many Austrians will back Nazi sympathizer Barbara Rosenkranz?
Experts on the former Yugoslavia say that political reconciliation will not heal lingering war wounds.
The case could open up registered partnerships to all but activists question whether it will help gay rights.
After the fall of communism, hunting became an economic imperative in the Balkans, worrying conservationists.
But the lifting of restrictions on Serbians, Macedonians and Montenegrins leaves Bosnia and Kosovo behind.