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‘I've been erased from my twin boys' lives after a decade-long custody battle’

Vienna from Manchester almost five years earlier, having recently married. She’d since struggled to make a living, despite having a Cambridge degree, and her relationship with her husband, Michael, was failing. Eighteen months earlier, the police had evicted her husband from the couple’s home under Austria’s Protection Against Violence Act. As an interim measure, he was placed under a restraining order that stopped him from coming to the house.

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