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Austrian flap over bell dedicated to Hitler

Like many others in Austria's countryside, a tower bell above the red-tiled rooftops of Wolfpassing village marks the passing of each hour with an unspectacular "bong." But this bell is unique: It is embossed with a swastika and praise to Adolf Hitler.Full story

Austrian banks need to bulk up balance sheets: OECD

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's big banks should strengthen their capital base given exposure to emerging economies in central and eastern Europe and shortfalls versus international peers, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development said. Full story

Austria finance minister upbeat on chances for EU deal on Hypo Alpe

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian Finance Minister Maria Fekter is optimistic Vienna will strike a deal with the European Commission on the pace of restructuring nationalized lender Hypo Alpe Adria, she said after talks with the EU competition chief. Full story

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  Visiting the birthplace of iconic ’Silent Night’

“Silent Night” is a favorite carol that has been translated into hundreds of dialects, but it had a most humble birth not far from Salzburg, Austria. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski takes a visit to Salzburg to explore the history of the carol from its very beginnings, through its most remarkable performanc

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