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Austria breaks ground for Holocaust memorial in Vienna

At least 1,000 other Jewish victims were killed by the Nazis but their names are not known,

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
24/06/2020
BDS activists play IDF soldiers, stage mock execution in Vienna

The Austrian news outlet 'Heute' first reported on the anti-Israel stunt that took place Saturday at Viktor Adler Square in the Austrian capital.

Planes of Lufthansa unit Austrian Airlines are parked at Vienna International Airport in Schwechat,
Vienna Airport to offer coronavirus tests to avoid quarantine

Last month Emirates, in coordination with Dubai Health Authority (DHA), said it was the first airline to conduct on-site rapid COVID-19 tests for passengers.

By REUTERS
03/05/2020
Iran's top nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi and EEAS Secretary General Helga Schmid attend a meeting
Iran says meeting with parties to nuclear deal 'constructive'

"All our steps taken so far are reversible if other parties to the deal fulfill their commitments," an Iranian diplomat told Reuters before the extraordinary meeting was due to start.

By REUTERS
28/07/2019
French President Emmanuel Macron toasts US President Donald Trump during a State Dinner.
Iran draws the line, says Vienna is 'last chance' to save nuclear deal

Friday's meeting in Vienna between the remaining signatories of the nuclear deal was the "last chance" to save the accord, Iranian officials claimed.

By REUTERS
28/06/2019
Simon Wiesenthal drawings in  "Café As" at the Jewish Museum Vienna.
Simon Wiesenthal drawings on display in Vienna

The world knows the late Holocaust syrvivor for his tireless work to bring Nazi criminals to justice. Few remember that before the war, he was trained as an architect.

Photos of the exhibit in Vienna on Tuesday as activists gathered to protect it from vandalism
Muslims, Catholics, activists team up to protect Holocaust exhibit in Vienna

The exhibit, which has been running since May 7, includes portraits by German-Italian photographer Luigi Toscano. It has been defaced three times with swastikas and cut with knives.

Photos of Holocaust survivors exhibited on Vienna street vandalized again

Holes were cut into the portraits of the survivors taken by German-Italian photographer and filmmaker Luigi Toscano.

By MARCY OSTER/JTA
28/05/2019
Holocaust victims photos defaced with swastikas in Vienna

A project commemorating those who were persecuted by the Nazis in World war II was defaced with Nazi symbols in Vienna.

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