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One Marine was killed and 21 others hurt Sunday when a helicopter at Bellows Air Force Station experienced a “hard landing,” the U.S. military said Sunday. The incident took place just as...

An Austrian law graduate spearheading a class action suit against Facebook for alleged privacy breaches said ahead of the first hearing Thursday he hopes the case will eventually lead to an overhaul of...

Vienna’s Ringstrasse will be partially closed to traffic on Saturday as the Rathaus hosts the Life Ball charity event, to raise money for the fight against HIV and AIDS. Hollywood actress Charlize...

Google’s purpose-built robots cars are getting the green light to drive on public roads.This summer some of the self-driving cars will be tested on the roads around Mountain View, California, where...

The Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo has been accused of running a “massive security risk” after researchers found flaws in its software.Three vulnerabilities could be exploited to install malware...

A head-on collision by two local trains in Austria left one of the drivers dead and eight people seriously hurt on Wednesday, emergency services said. The accident, near the southern city of Graz, occurred...

Electric car firm Tesla has confirmed plans to use its battery technology to power homes and businesses.The company, run by the billionaire technology entrepreneur Elon Musk, said it wanted to reshape...

Trading in Twitter’s shares was suspended in New York on Tuesday after a tweet, containing the company’s latest results ahead of their official release, sparked a slump in its value. A research...

South African police said on Tuesday they had arrested three people for the rape and murder of an 86-year-old nun of Austrian origin nearly two weeks ago. Sister Gertrud Tiefenbacher, from the Sacred...

Anger has been growing in Nepal as officials admitted they were too slow responding to the earthquake which killed more than 5,000 people.Survivors stranded in remote villages and towns continue to wait...