Austria’s top security official said authorities believe there were several well-armed gunmen involved and that a police operation was still ongoing.
By Philipp Jenne, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
A law prohibiting any kind of full-face covering, known popularly as the "Burqa Ban," takes effect Sunday in Austria.
By George Jahn, Associated Press
Syria as a breeding ground for terrorism moved Saturday to the foreground of a meeting of foreign ministers on the war in that country, with participants linking the shooting and bombing attacks in Paris to Mideast turmoil and the opportunities…
By Matthew Lee, George Jahn, Associated Press
Despite hope that Iran and the world’s powers would reach a nuclear deal Monday, efforts to reach an Iranian nuclear deal were stymied once again. Gwen Ifill talks to Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg about what happened and what’s to come.
By PBS NewsHour
Though a number of self-imposed deadlines have come and gone, the world's major powers will continue to negotiate on an Iranian nuclear deal throughout the weekend in hopes of clinching an agreement. Judy Woodruff gets an update from Michael Gordon…
By Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
VIENNA — Iran took a hard line Thursday on two of the biggest demands of world powers in a final nuclear accord, rejecting any extraordinary inspection rules and threatening to ramp up enrichment of bomb-making material if the United States…
In preparation for the Eurovision Song Contest, Vienna has outfitted its traffic lights throughout the city with figures of same-sex couples, replacing the single, gender-neutral figures typically seen at pedestrian crossings.
By George Jahn, Bradley Klapper, Associated Press
Kerry, who joined the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany on the weekend to add diplomatic muscle to the talks, said the negotiations would continue until at least Sunday. In the meantime, he said, he would consult with President…
By Associated Press
For years, Iran has been an archenemy of the United States. Now, with alliances blurred in the Mideast, the two countries are talking about how to stop an offensive in Iraq by al-Qaida-inspired insurgents.
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