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Sep 15, 2017
Europa League: Arsenal rally to win delayed clash against Cologne; Everton humbled by AtalantaAlexis Sanchez scored a stunning goal as Arsenal came from behind to beat Cologne 3-1 in a Europa League clash on Thursday that was delayed for an hour due to crowd trouble.
Sep 03, 2017
FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifiers: Ben Woodburn's stunner gives Wales crucial win over AustriaThe 17-year-old Liverpool striker drilled home the winner just four minutes after coming on as a second-half substitute to keep Wales unbeaten in qualifying
Aug 04, 2017
Women's Euro 2017: Netherlands overcome England challenge to face Denmark in finalArsenal duo Vivianne Miedema and Danielle van de Donk and Millie Bright's own goal handed hosts Netherlands a 3-0 win over England in the women's Euro semi-final
Jul 30, 2017
Women's Euro 2017: Denmark reach semi-finals with narrow win over six-time winners GermanySecond-half headers by Nadia Nadim and Theresa Nielsen stunned holders Germany who bow out of the women's Euro after a 2-1 loss to Denmark in Rotterdam on Sunday.
Jul 26, 2017
Ajax midfielder Abdelhak Nouri out of coma but no change in his condition, say clubNouri suffered irregular heart problems in a pre-season friendly against German side Werder Bremen in Austria on 8 July and collapsed. He was resuscitated and flown to an Innsbruck hospital by helicopter.
Jul 20, 2017
Google to commence Street View mapping in Austria; will adhere to privacy lawsGoogle showed off one of its cars in Vienna on 20 July ,2017, that will be taking photos for the online service.
Jul 19, 2017
Privacy activist and 25,000 Facebook users demand right to file class-action suit against the companySchrems's lawsuit concerns alleged violations of privacy by Facebook through its use of personal data and tracking of users on external pages, among other things.
Jul 19, 2017
UEFA Women's Championship 2017: France edge past Iceland; Austria earn narrow win against SwitzerlandLe Sommer sent Iceland's keeper Gudbjerg Gunnarsdottir the wrong way to score from the spot on 86 minutes as France won the match against Iceland 1-0.
Jul 17, 2017
OECD warns Austria over its slow digital transitionIt also said that a changing demand in skills had affected the equality of opportunities in Austria.
Jun 27, 2017
Slovakia PM urges UEFA to investigate into country's exit from European U-21 ChampionshipSlovakia PM Robert Fico has written to UEFA, requesting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding his country's group stage exit from the European Under-21 Championship.