Do vaccine mandates work? Austria is set to become the first country in Europe to impose Covid-19 vaccination and others could follow as nations scramble to inoculate their populations against coronavirus
An explosion of coronavirus infections at a German school has put a spotlight on "anthroposophy", a spiritual movement behind the education system, and raised questions over how it may be contributing to stagnating vaccinations
While Austria has struggled to contain the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, it is fast emerging as a world leader in testing as a way to reopen schools and businesses
Germany introduces Covid-19 border entry restrictions, which have several consequences for the neighbouring countries and the European Union.
The fallout from November's shootings in Vienna has shone a light on Europe's dilemma in dealing with jihadists, particularly the continent's struggles to deradicalise individuals
As coronavirus lockdowns are extended across Europe, protests have flared in its hard-hit hospitality sector, along with warnings that many businesses are on the verge of extinction
A shooting rampage by an Islamic State supporter in Vienna that killed four people is the latest in a spate of such atrocities in Europe. A recap of the deadliest attacks since 2015.