Austria meets Turkey in European Championship round of 16 – Canada takes…

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The televised battle between Biden and Trump: The US election campaign actually begins this evening. US President Joe Biden wants to prove his mettle in a televised debate with Donald Trump. What to expect from reports Elizabeth Postal From America. More on this.

Military Coup Failed in Bolivia: In Bolivia, the leader of an attempted coup against the government, General Juan José Zuniga, was arrested by Bolivian authorities. Zuniga was recently removed from his post as Army Commander. More on this.

Frank Stronach arrested in Canada: The 91-year-old Magna founder has been accused of rape, AP news agency reported. He has been under investigation for sexual abuse and rape for several weeks. More on this.

Austria meets Turkey in European Championship Round of 16: The next opponent of the Austrian national team is Turkey. The match takes place in Leipzig on Tuesday (9pm, live on Servus TV). The Turks finished second in Group F with a 2-1 win over the Czech Republic in Hamburg on Wednesday evening. More on this.

Woman killed by herd of cows in Salzburg: The 40-year-old was hiking with her daughters and two small dogs when she was attacked by the animals. Attempts at resuscitation fail. More on this.

Van der Leyen’s unqualified new appointment: “If Ursula van der Leyen is re-nominated this week by heads of state and government as Commission President, it will have a secondary connection with the quality of her work to date,” he writes. Wolfgang Bohm In the morning glow. More on this.

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A shameful mistake by the US Supreme Court: The U.S. Supreme Court accidentally released a presumptive decision in an abortion case — and then quickly removed it from its website. According to media reports, the document indicated that the court wants to allow abortions in Idaho in medical emergencies. More on this.

All that remained of Brunner’s budget was debt: Austria will miss the three percent new debt Maastricht criteria this year and in 2025. The finance minister preaches budget discipline, writes Jeanine Hierlander In the editorial. But there is “irresponsibly high debt”. More on this.

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