Two men and two women died from their injuries in the attack on Monday night. A police officer who tried to get in the way of the attacker was shot and wounded, along with 21 other people.
Two dead, 15 wounded in Vienna after gunmen open fire at city centre; Austrian Chancellor terms it 'terror attack'
The motive was under investigation, but Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said the possibility of an anti-Semitic attack cannot be ruled out
After COVID-19 lockdown and months of virtual racing, McLaren’s Lando Norris has got behind the wheel for real by taking a Formula Three car for a spin at Silverstone.
Formula 1 2020 season to start on 5 July; Britain, Austria to host two races each on revised calendar
Austria’s Red Bull Ring and Britain’s Silverstone circuit will each host two grands prix without spectators on an initial eight race Formula One calendar published on Tuesday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tennis players allowed to play singles without shaking hands as Austria eases lockdown restrictions
Tennis is one of several social-distancing-compatible sports the Austrian government allowed to resume from 1 May, part of the second wave of lockdown easing
Football is re-awakening amid the COVID-19 pandemic but the sense of hope at teams which have started training is mixed with worry over whether it might be too soon and the uncertainty of how to keep players safe.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Austria mulling resumption of select sports amid steady loosening of COVID-19 restrictions
Austria, which has started loosening its coronavirus lockdown, said on Wednesday it would allow some sports compatible with social distancing like tennis and golf to resume from 1 May.
As the world battles a coronavirus outbreak, OPEC officials have been given strict instructions: no handshakes, don’t hug and wash your hands frequently
Trips to Europe get costlier as Schengen visa fees increased by over Rs 1,500; first hike since 2016
A Schengen visa is needed to visit 26 European countries, including Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Spain.
Servers at UN’s Geneva, Vienna offices, human rights agency hacked last year as part of ‘sophisticated espionage operation’, says leaked report
Sophisticated hackers infiltrated UN networks in Geneva and Vienna last year in an apparent espionage operation, the hackers' identity and the extent of the data they obtained are not known
On the sidelines of the Winter Youth Olympics in Lausanne, the International Olympic Committee will vote this week to approve Gangwon province as host of the 2024 Games
UK police say 39 Chinese found dead in truck near London; Boris Johnson calls it 'unimaginable tragedy'
The 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain were Chinese nationals, British media outlets reported on Thursday, citing sources.
Kenya's marathon man Eliud Kipchoge looks to break personal best, complete Vienna race under two-hour mark
The course has been prepared so that it should take Kipchoge just about 4.5 seconds more than on a computer-simulated completely flat and straight path
The season-opening ATP Cup will be held on the back of a revamped Davis Cup, run by the International Tennis Federation, which will take place in November
Wimbledon 2019: Dominic Thiem’s loss once again highlights the difficulty of transition from clay to grass
As for Thiem, while the questions about his ability to win on hardcourts have been dispelled over the last year or so, the doubts over his grasscourt potential remain.
French Open 2019: Rafael Nadal gives yet another lesson in defending one’s territory with relentless performance against Dominic Thiem
At the three-hour mark, the Spaniard had clinched match point – and with it his 12th Roland Garros title. Was any other result really possible?
Key takeaways from EU polls: Far-right Marine Le Pen trumps Macron in France; environmentalist parties win big throughout
The EU elections have been marked by successes for the far right, a surge by the Greens and setbacks for traditional parties across the continent.
Australia joins US, several European countries in rejecting UN migration pact, says it will risk encouraging illegal entry
Adopting the pact "would risk encouraging illegal entry to Australia and reverse... hard-won successes in combating the people-smuggling trade", Prime Minister Scott Morrison said in a joint statement with his home and foreign ministers.
Brexit: EU, UK clash over who should cede ground on deal; Austria chancellor asks for 'step forward' from Theresa May
Theresa May said that in order to achieve a successful conclusion to Brexit, just as the UK has evolved its position, the EU will need to evolve its position as well.
US Open 2018: Rafael Nadal aced big moments while Dominic Thiem froze as Arthur Ashe witnessed five-set thriller
For even though Thiem had won more points, been ahead in three of the five sets, powered 74 winners, he froze in the big moments while Nadal flew.