Inside Bay Area
Berkeley woman whose legs were crushed by train can sue Austrian railroad
A Berkeley woman whose legs were crushed by a train in Austria six years ago won the right from a U.S. appeals court to go ahead with a lawsuit against the Austrian railroad in federal court in San Francisco.
Courthouse News Service
Lawsuit Over Austrian Train Accident Revived
Austria's national railroad must face a lawsuit in the United States from a California woman who lost both of her legs in a train mishap, the full 9th Circuit ruled Friday.
The News Tribune
Lausanne, Brasov bid for 2020 Winter Youth Games
Swiss Olympic Committee president Joerg Schild says Brasov is "an opponent to take seriously."
Swiss A343 over Austria on Nov 28th 2013, thrust reverser problem
A Swiss Airbus A340-300, registration HB-JML performing flight LX-180 from Zurich to Bangkok , stopped the climb out of Zurich at FL240 near Innsbruck and Salzburg and set course towards Vienna after the crew detected an abnormal indication for one of the thrust reversers suggesting the thrust reverser was not in its expected position.
FrontOcean X Etnies - Tirol trip
Michele Virdis, Jan Holzl and Mark Hansen recently took a three day trip through Italy and Austria enjoying the sites and the scenic parks.
The Globe and Mail
2014 preview: Mountains no match for high-powered Audi sedans
Sounds not soon to be forgotten from the high Alps: cowbells, everywhere cowbells; tableside yodelling at dinner; and most memorably, V-8 engines bellowing at full throttle.
ERC grant awarded to physicist Florian Schreck
This year the European Research Council awards the very first ERC Consolidator Grants for promising researchers with seven to twelve years research experience.
The Indian Express
New insights into evolution of Earth's atmosphere
The findings also challenge theories that high levels of oxygen in the atmosphere may have caused dinosaurs to grow gigantic in size.