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Letters from a shrinking globe: around the day in 80 worlds.
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As Great Britain threatens to fall apart, a ride that links England and Scotland.
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The Ars Electronica festival in Linz has reinvented itself. It still makes you think, but it makes you laugh too.
Drones are probably being used against militants in Iraq right now. Are they the cleanest type of weapon or a threat to international law?
At the health symposium at the European Forum Alpbach, the (still) Austrian health minister Stöger preaches that prevention is better than a cure.
The Klettersteig boom continues. But with ever more accidents Ramsau in Styria has started a safety campaign.
An ode to On The Rocks festival - which is celebrating its 10th and final edition this weekend
ORF Radio FM4 | Barbara Köppel
The world's biggest bike race passes through my home village. Oh the excitement!
Austria's backing of the South Stream gas pipeline from Russia won much praise from Vladimir Putin. But is the 100m Euro investment really in Austria's interest?
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The EU40 is a cross-party group of young MEPs. Can they bring a fresh wind of energetic co-operation into European politics?
The 4 Peaks mountain bike race separates the wheat from the chaff. I'm chaff.
Michael Dvorak_ BirdLife
Lake Neusiedl boasts some of the most fascinating and rich wetlands in Europe - but for how long?
Festival Radln - the greenest way to Austria's greenest festival.
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Ahead of this weekend's EU elections, Slovaks mull over what 10 years of EU membership has meant. A trip to Bratislava.
Austria is set to slash its overseas aid budget again, with "dramatic consequences" for thousands living in poverty. A vigil aims to force a rethink.
It is 100 years since the "War To End All Wars" - a visit to the scene of some of the worst slaughter.
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The EU is meant to be about mobility, but if you don't live in your country of birth, it is hard to vote in its elections this May.
Brussels says these are the most important elections in history but they are being dominated by fear and loathing.
The smog that has cloaked northern Europe is a reminder that air pollution kills 400,000 Europeans every year. It is time to act.
Star economist Jeffrey Sachs says his quest to "end poverty" has been stangled by the selfishness of the 1%.
At Brussels the EU muddles through its response to the Ukraine crisis. But is that enough?
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