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Austria election: Far right 'top' in first round of presidential vote  Freedom Party candidate has come top in the first round of presidential elections, projections show. Norbert Hofer has about 36%   Austria 'plans to seize' house where Hitler born Map of Braunau am Inn Austria  The Austrian government says it plans to seize the house where Adolf Hitler was born to stop it being a focal point for Nazi sympathisers   Vienna orchestra to reveal Nazi past   The Vienna Philharmonic orchestra is due to publish details of its history during the Nazi era in response to accusations of a cover-up Haider dies in accident Map of Klagenfurt Austria
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Austria far-right narrowly loses poll
  Austria far right wins key posts in new government  The far-right Freedom Party has secured the key posts of foreign, interior and defence in Austria's new coalition government for its nominees Norbert Hofer defeated in presidential poll


year 2017 Top ^

Dec.16


year 2016 Top ^

Dec.4
  Hofer described himself as 'infinitely sad' and congratulated Alexander Van der Bellen, former head of the Greens, on his victory
May.23
  Alexander Van der Bellen has won Austria's presidential election, preventing Norbert Hofer from becoming the EU's first far-right head of state

Apr.24
Apr.9


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.9


year 2008 Top ^

Oct.10
  58-year-old far-right politician Joerg Haider was driving alone when his car came off the road and he suffered severe head and chest injuries
Sep.28 Far-right gains in vote  Social Democrats won the most votes in the early election but far-right parties made significant gains. 2 far-right parties made large gains

year 2003 Top ^

Feb.28 Far-right makes comeback
  A new government has been sworn in, reviving a coalition between the People's Party and the Freedom Party

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.8 Far-right Vice-Chancellor quits  Susanne Riess-Passer was quitting the governing coalition over a party revolt led by rival Joerg Haider

year 2001 Top ^

May.18 Court bans Haider's defamation  Former leader of the Freedom Party has been banned from defamatory comments about leader of Jewish community

year 2000 Top ^

Dec.17 Haider Insults Italy Leaders  Rome: On the last day of visit to Rome Haider provoked a political row by saying that the government was soft on immigration Dec.16 Haider protests
  Rome: 500 demonstrators marching against the visit of Austrian far-right leader to the Vatican clashed with Italian riot police Apr.2 Far-right enters government
  President Klestil has sworn in a new coalition government that includes the Freedom Party led by Joerg Haider

before year 2000
Apr. 20, 1889   Adolf Hitler born
Map of Braunau am Inn Austria
  The leader of the Nazi Party, Chancellorand Führer of Nazi Germany. Hitler was at the centre of World War II in Europe and the Holocaust


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B. 2017-12-16 Austria far right wins key posts in new government Austria
2016-12-04 Norbert Hofer defeated in presidential poll Austria
3. 2016-05-23 Austria far-right narrowly loses poll Austria
4. 2016-04-24 Austria election: Far right 'top' in first round of presidential vote Austria
F. 2016-04-09 Austria 'plans to seize' house where Hitler born Braunau am Inn, Austria
G. 2013-03-09 Vienna orchestra to reveal Nazi past Vienna, Austria
H. 2008-10-10 Haider dies in accident Klagenfurt, Austria
8. 2008-09-28 Far-right gains in vote Austria
J. 2003-02-28 Far-right makes comeback Austria


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