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The delegation stressed Israel's importance in the fight against the global Jihad and the need for a practical approach to the fight against terror.
Russia's permanent representative to the International Organizations in Vienna said US economic sanctions against Iran 'create an unfavorable climate.'
Iran has received billions of dollars in cash and gold from the Obama administration according to two US news outlets.
The P5+1 Iran Deal partners have given a green light to send a secret shipment of more than 100 tons of natural uranium to Iran as a "thank you" gift.
Austrian police foiled a terrorist attack on the main synagogue in Vienna on the Sabbath. Two Afghan citizens were arrested.
The law allows the heirs six years to sue in US court from the day they become aware of the existence and location of the looted object.
Former President Shimon Peres is mourned by the Israel Atomic Energy Commission, which cites his contribution to the establishment of the Negev Nuclear Research Center.
Israel's Atomic Energy Commission opens a pavilion to exhibit its civilian nuclear technology at the 60th IAEA General Conference in Vienna.
The Iranians have recently sold 32 tons of heavy water to the US.
An announcement of an agreement is expected at 11:30 a.m. (4:30 a.m. EDT).
Foreign ministers from the P5+1 left Vienna late Tuesday. The US and Iran continue nuclear talks alone.
Iran has already been able to free up some 20% of its frozen assets, around $19 billion. At best, that's without doing anything, and at worse, that's while continuing to rush towards a nuclear bomb.
Obama seems to have fallen into the old trap of appointing people who tell him what he wants to hear.
Officials from the Jewish Museum of Vienna said that hundreds of objects in the museum’s possession were looted from Jewish families during the Holocaust. A...
The City of Vienna will rename a section of the fashionable Ring Avenue named after Dr. Karl Lueger, Vienna's mayor from 1897 to 1910. Lueger was a renowned anti-Semite. One resident of Vienna, a failed postcard artist named Adolf Hitler, said he was inspired by Lueger's public Jew hatred.