Tensions are rising between European governments - including Germany and Austria - over how to manage the flow of refugees. Austria's now talking about building a border fence to control the flow of people traveling north.
For many in Germany, Austria's 31-year-old chancellor represents an alternative to veteran Angela Merkel. So how did the two get along when they met in Berlin to talk about migrants, the EU and other issues?
Prime Minister Orban's government will levy a tax on groups that receive foreign funding. The groups' foreign employees could also face expulsion. The move is part of Orban's so-called "Stop Soros Plan."
Sebastian Kurz took the Austrian election by storm by reshaping Austria's biggest party in his own image. During his inaugural visit to Berlin, DW looks at his meteoric rise to becoming Europe's youngest government head.
In an interview with the German daily Bild, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban defended his country's refusal of an EU-wide refugee resettlement quota, saying that he believed refugees are "Muslim invaders."
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