New research hits back at the myth immigration damages the host nation's economy.
"Our goal is to confront any development of parallel societies in Austria."
The embassy attaché wore a T-shirt celebrating a World War II Nazi tank division.
"I'm convinced he is psychotic. He could have stabbed me as well had I been there by chance. He had lost all control."
Far-right Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache is on the losing end of a court ruling after he accused left-wing activists of of "public insults."
The problems Austria's chancellor is facing, from immigration to xenophobia, are as old as they are intractable.
Einstein described his friend's personality, calling him "goodhearted" but also someone with "a rather sterile, rabbinical mind."
"I'm just doing my job," the mascot told police.
Austria's government will have to ban several face coverings to avoid accusations of discrimination on religious grounds—and that means the law needs a lot of caveats.
The Freedom Party pursues a policy of "Austria first," and is opposed to Islam and immigration.
Diplomatic rows could have serious consequences for one of the EU's most important policies.
Poland is an example of a state that receives large amounts from Brussels but has not accepted any refugees under the EU's relocation scheme.
The law would allow authorities to stop providing food and shelter in measures seen as countering the rise of the far-right Freedom Party.
Majorities of people in eight countries think immigration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped.
A Turkish group claimed the cyberattack was "in response to this racism of Austria against Muslims."
Police arrested the Austrian suspect, a 17-year-old with Albanian roots, after tip-offs.
Freedom Party chief Heinz Christian Strache says legislation is needed to outlaw Muslim symbols, similar to an anti-Nazi law on the books.
Leading members of both houses of parliament have predicted turbulence for the European Union.
The anti-immigration and anti-Islam candidate conceded defeat with 69 percent of returns in.
Consular offices across Europe have been overwhelmed by citizenship inquiries and passport applications.