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A man has attacked train passengers in Austria with a knife.
Two people were seriously wounded in the attack which took place near the village of Sulz, in Volrarlberg province, on Tuesday morning.
A 19-year-old man suffered wounds to his stomach and back while a 17-year-old male suffered a throat injury. Both were taken to hospital.
Police said the attacker, a 60-year old German national, was mentally confused.
He was arrested by police at the scene who used pepper spray to subdue him.
It comes after a man attacked passengers on a crowded Swiss train with a knife and burning liquid on Saturday, leaving him and one of his victims dead.
Vorarlberg police are searching for a motive but said that at this point there appeared to be no links between the two attacks.
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Austria captain Christian Fuchs has announced his retirement from international football following the team's exit from Euro 2016.
The Leicester defender announced in a video on his Facebook page that the 78th cap he won in the team's defeat to Iceland in their final Group F match would be his last.
"I want to let you know that the game against Iceland was my last in red-white-red," said the 30-year-old.
"I am very proud of the 10 years that I have spent with the national team. I did everything with passion and, as I said, I am very, very proud."
Fuchs joined Leicester from Schalke at the start of last season, playing a key role in their remarkable Premier League title triumph.
Austria disappointed in France, finishing bottom of their pool with just one point from three games.
Austria's far-right Freedom Party has challenged the result of last month's election result, the constitutional court have announced.
Former Greens leader Alexander Van der Bellen beat Freedom Party's Norbert Hofer in May's presidential election after postal ballots were counted.
The margin of Van der Bellen's election victory was just 31,000 votes - less than one percentage point.
Alexander Van der Bellen of the Greens has beaten right-wing Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party to become Austria's President.
Hofer conceded defeat on his Facebook page as officials announced that Van der Bellen won by 31,026 votes.
Thanking his supporters, Hofer said: "I will remain loyal to you and my contribution for a positive future in Austria. Please don't be despondent."
Austrians went to the polls on Sunday in a presidential contest that had migration as a key issue, highlighting how the refugee crisis is shaping the continent's politics.
- ITV News Report by Europe Editor James Mates
The two Austrian candidates vying for presidency have split the country exactly in half, according to voting projections.
Most of the votes have been counted, and the projection made by the state broadcaster has the two candidates at 50% and 50% in what has been called a statistical dead heat.
Postal votes are yet to be counted, however, and the new president is now expected to be announced on Monday.
Austria's Ministry of the Interior has announced that the preliminary result of the presidential election shows Norbert Hofer on 51.9% of the vote, ahead of Alexander Van Der Bellen on 48.1%.
Norbert Hofer is the candidate for far-right party the Freedom Party, while Van Der Bellen is an Independent candidate.
The full result will not be known until Monday as postal votes need to be counted.
The result of Austria's presidential election will not be known until Monday, said far-right Freedom Party candidate Norbert Hofer.
"We will have to wait until tomorrow," Hofer told broadcaster ORF.
Nearly all votes that have been cast in polling stations have been counted, with two candidates in a dead heat.
Postal ballots, which will not be counted until Monday, will determine the winner of what has been the closest race in living memory.