austria

Posters saying, "Don't let Nazis rule" during a protest in Vienna, 2018
How did Jews remain in Austria after being treated so terribly?

“How could they live in a country where they’d been treated so terribly?”

Netanyahu discusses COVID-19 vaccines and developments with world leaders

The conference was hosted by Chancellor of Austria Sebastian Kurz, with the participation of prime ministers of Australia, Norway, Denmark, Greece and Czech Republic.

'Never Again' rings hollow in 2020

In the 21st century, people are still being murdered, synagogues and Jewish shops are being attacked, and graves in Jewish cemeteries are being defaced.

Rivlin commemorates Kristallnacht with Austrian, German presidents

"Even dealing with the new virus, which demands solidarity and collaboration, has not managed to obliterate the old plague, the plague of antisemitism," President Rivlin said.

Police officers stand guard on a street after exchanges of gunfire in Vienna, Austria November 3
Austria admits 'intolerable mistakes' in checks on Vienna attacker

Austria had already admitted fumbling intelligence from Slovakia that the 20-year-old gunman had attempted to buy ammunition there.

By REUTERS
06/11/2020
A general view of a session of the parliament in Vienna, Austria, January 10, 2020
Vienna attack due to Austrian gov't intel failure, opposition says

Fifteen arrests have been made since the attack, but Interior Minister Karl Nehammer conceded on Wednesday that "some things went wrong" in processing intelligence from neighboring Slovakia in July.

By REUTERS
05/11/2020
Police officers stand guard on a street after exchanges of gunfire in Vienna, Austria November 3
Vienna gunman rampaged alone, intelligence was fumbled, minister says

"Before the terror attack began, according to the information currently available, some things also went wrong."

By REUTERS
05/11/2020
Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Mevlut Cavusoglu attends a news conference in Goslar, Germany.
Turkey praises 2 Turkish 'heroes' who helped victims in Vienna attack

"If the same thing were to happen again today, I would do the exact same thing without a second thought. Because we live in Austria, we stand with Austria."

By REUTERS
03/11/2020
‘Israel stands with Austria,’ Netanyahu tells Kurz after Vienna attack

The prime minister made the remarks ahead of his meeting with Romanian Prime Minister Ludovic Orban, who is visiting Jerusalem for the first time.

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