Many Slovaks work in Bratislava -- Slovakia’s political and commercial capital – but they can’t afford to live there. Increasingly they're choosing to go west and set up house in neighboring Austria.
The previous owner of Adolf Hitler's birth home in Braunau am Inn is seeking more than a million euros in compensation payment for the building. Austria seized the property last year and intends to tear it down.
The German capital has become a minefield for renters and the problem is becoming increasingly politicized. But in the Irish capital, Dublin, the situation has developed into a full-blown housing crisis.
Sexist, far-right and a thing of the past: Fraternities in Germany and Austria are getting a closer look since an anti-Semitic songbook came to light. How extreme are these student associations?
Support for extremist parties remains limited, with signs of protest voting around single issues. While euroskeptics fared well in several countries, DW research suggests more modest gains for the far-right.
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