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Shadia Nasralla

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Women protest against Trump on streets of Europe's capitals

LONDON/VIENNA Thousands of women took to the streets of European capitals to join "sister marches" in Asia against newly installed U.S. President Trump ahead of a major rally in Washington expected to draw nearly a quarter of a million people. | Video

Jan 10 2017

Iran decides not to upset nuclear deal over U.S. sanctions extension

VIENNA Iran decided not to escalate a stand-off over the extension of U.S. sanctions at a meeting of diplomats overseeing the nuclear deal it reached with world powers in 2015, senior Russian and Iranian diplomats said after the session on Tuesday.

Dec 21 2016

U.N. nuclear chief set for re-election as rival steps aside: diplomats

VIENNA The U.N. nuclear watchdog's chief, Yukiya Amano, will secure a third term in office since his most likely challenger has chosen not to run against him, according to diplomats who follow the Vienna-based agency.

Dec 17 2016

Austria searches freight trains in new frontline on illegal migration

STEINACH AM BRENNER/Austria Austrian police have started searching freight trains traveling from Italy at night to tackle illegal migration and avert further deaths after two stowaways died earlier this month. | Video

Dec 14 2016

Gazprom, OMV reach outline deal on swap of Norway, Siberia assets

VIENNA Russian energy company Gazprom and Austrian oil and gas group OMV reached an outline deal on Wednesday to swap a 38.5 percent stake in OMV's Norwegian unit for a 25 percent stake in a section of Gazprom's Urengoy gas field.

Dec 13 2016

Iran to work on nuclear-powered vessels after U.S. 'violation' of deal

BEIRUT/VIENNA Iran ordered its scientists on Tuesday to start developing systems for nuclear-powered marine vessels in response to what it calls a U.S. violation of its landmark 2015 atomic deal with world powers. | Video

Dec 06 2016

Orban allies tighten media grip ahead of Hungary election

BUDAPEST/VIENNA People close to Prime Minister Viktor Orban are increasing their control over Hungarian media, raising concerns among government critics and international bodies over press freedom as an election approaches.

Dec 05 2016

Austrians' pro-EU views scupper far-right bid for presidency

VIENNA Austrians' desire to stay anchored in the European Union outweighed concerns over immigration and security and helped former Greens leader Alexander Van der Bellen defeat his far-right rival Norbert Hofer in Sunday's presidential election. | Video

Dec 04 2016

New Austrian President parties after "very, very, very long" campaign

VIENNA Jubilant supporters clambered onto tables to welcome Austria's new president Alexander Van der Bellen to his post-election celebration on Sunday night, giddy with relief that the former Greens leader had clearly beaten his far-right opponent.

Dec 04 2016

New Austrian President parties after 'very, very, very long' campaign

VIENNA Jubilant supporters clambered onto tables to welcome Austria's new president Alexander Van der Bellen to his post-election celebration on Sunday night, giddy with relief that the former Greens leader had clearly beaten his far-right opponent.

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