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Austria bars tourists as lockdown begins – but flights continue
As the first nationwide lockdown in Europe of the winter season begins in Austria, tourists were banned for the next 20 days.
Austria locks down unvaccinated as Europe fights fresh wave
Austria became the first EU country on Monday to impose a lockdown on the unvaccinated and the first to start inoculating children as young as five, as the virus strengthens its grip on the continent.
Austria’s Linz festival to host eight Iranian short films
The 4th Linz International Short Film Festival (ISFF) of Austria, which opened on September 20, will host eight Iranian films.
NLAI director: About 2,000 Persian manuscripts kept in Austria
The head of the National Library and Archives of Iran (NLAI) said in a meeting with the Austrian ambassador to Tehran that about 2,000 Persian manuscripts are being kept at Austria’s National Library.
Austria’s flag carrier airline to restore Iran flight services
Austria’s flag carrier Austrian Airlines is planning to restore its flights to Iran nearly 18 months after the company decided to halt services to the country because of military tensions in the Middle East region.
Iran’s ‘Asak’ grabs award at Austrian festival
Iranian documentary ‘Asak,’ directed by Mehdi Zamanpour-Kiasari, won the Best International Short Documentary Award at the 15th edition of Ethnocineca – International Documentary Film Festival Vienna in Austria.
Antique relics delivered to Iran from Austria
Iran received 28 pieces of its antique relics from Austria, Brigadier General Hadi Shirzad, the head of International Affairs of Police and Director General of Interpol in Iran, announced on Monday.
Austrian woman falls down 650-foot cliff moments after proposal
A romantic proposal ended in disaster for one couple as the woman fell down a 650-foot cliff moments after saying "yes".
Iran’s senior cleric praises Austria's top court for overturning Hijab ban
One of the senior Iranian clerics in a letter on Monday lauded Austria’s high court for overturning a ban on wearing headscarves in the European country’s primary schools.
Tehran, Vienna hold energy meeting via videoconference
The sixth meeting of the Iran-Austria Energy Working Group was held via videoconference on Wednesday.
Minister: Coronavirus not hindering development of Iran-Austria cultural cooperation
Iran’s Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Ali-Asghar Mounesan said that the coronavirus outbreak could not hinder the expansion of cultural cooperation between Iran and Austria.

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