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Daniela Nadj 13h
Replying to @SharonHawthorn1
Probably an style tape. It brought down the entire Austrian government.
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Emily Schultheis Jul 12
"In another country, and another moment, such damning allegations might have brought down a government, as happened recently in Austria. In Italy, they have done no such thing." on why the Salvini allegations aren't :
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Daniela Nadj 12h
Replying to @SharonHawthorn1
It wasn't the media who produced the tape. It was private individuals. Someone will do it, one of Farage's enemies. Just wait and see.
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North Wales Live 4h
Passengers left 'terrified' by drunken 30-strong stag party on Ryanair flight from hell
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Manès Weisskircher Jul 12
I agree - certainly the ÖVP was most likely to gain from . My take was a response to 's question whether Ibizagate was something that Kurz happily took advantage of in order to cash in on a positive trend: That I remain doubtful of. Ultimately, it seems that...
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Lukas May 31
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Mike Byrd Jun 13
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euronews May 31
| "Whoah! We're going to Ibiza" After the fallout from and the collapse of the Austrian government, anti-government protestors have revived the classic Vengaboys anthem. Find out more with and the Cube.
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lumbricus Jun 9
wer ein bier will, muss zuerst 3 redbull trinken
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Oliver Stolz ⚓️ Jun 27
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Just Dessert - Leeds After Parties Jun 5
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Dagmar Rychnovska Jun 18
When you want to fly to Amsterdam from this gate, but Austria keeps trolling you!
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