The blast occurred at the supermarket in St. Jodok am Brenner, between Innsbruck and the Italian border, according to the Austria Press Agency.
Denmark's previous centre-right government planned to turn a deserted island that has for decades served as a laboratory for infectious diseases including African swine fever into a deportation camp for jihadists and criminal migrants.
UK-flagged tanker Stena Impero was seized by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in the Strait of Hormuz on 19 July over violation of international maritime rules.
The UK police reported that at least one man was detained in relation to the incident. According to the spokesperson for the airport, the train station has been evacuated following reports of an unidentified package.
Earlier, UK travel company Thomas Cook announced its forced liquidation after it failed to obtain funds to save it from having to file for bankruptcy. The company had been negotiating the terms of debt restructuring with its main shareholder, but the talks reached an impasse.
Despite failing to meet NATO's 2 percent spending target, Norway's per capita defence expenditure is already among the world's highest.
The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on 22 September witnessed HBO fantasy sensation “Game of Thrones” scoring big, as the show also set a record with 32 nominations.