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Stories with place: Vienna
  • Migrant influx boosts right-wing in key Austrian election story has photos
    Updated: Oct-08-15 4:16 pm

    VIENNA - Just a few days after more than 100,000 people turned out in Vienna to support refugees, an anti-refugee party is poised to land a huge coup - a win at the polls that could see them take control of the Austrian capital.

  • Saudi blogger's wife protests at Saudi Embassy in Vienna 
    Updated: Oct-06-15 10:16 am

    VIENNA - The wife of imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi has joined a small group of protesters in front of the Saudi Embassy in Vienna to demand his release.

  • Europe's story: Layers of migration 
    Updated: Oct-01-15 6:35 am

    LONDON - London's Brick Lane Mosque started as a church for Protestants hounded from Catholic France - for whom the word "refugee" was first coined. Later, displaced Jews turned it into a synagogue. Today, Muslims kick off their shoes in the lobby before prayers.

  • Austria missing 3 midfielders for Euro 2016 qualifiers 
    Updated: Sep-29-15 6:37 am

    VIENNA - Already-qualified Austria will be without three regular starters in midfield for next month's European Championship qualifiers against Montenegro and Liechtenstein.

  • UN agency: Iran's role in nuclear probe meets standards story has photos
    Updated: Sep-21-15 1:50 pm

    VIENNA - The chief of the U.N. nuclear agency acknowledged Monday that samples used to determine whether Iran tried to develop a nuclear weapon were collected by the Iranians instead of agency experts, but insisted the probe stands up to strict agency standards.

  • Correction: Iran-Nuclear story 
    Updated: Sep-21-15 10:53 am

    VIENNA - In a story Sept. 20 about a trip to Iran by the head of the U.N. nuclear agency, The Associated Press erroneously referred to the place he was visiting as an Iranian nuclear site. In fact, it is a military site where some believe nuclear weapons work may have occurred.

  • Carl Schorske, Pulitzer Prize-winning scholar, dead at 100 
    Updated: Sep-18-15 1:38 pm

    NEW YORK - Carl E. Schorske, a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and popular classroom lecturer whose "Fin-De-Siecle Vienna" is widely regarded as a classic work of intellectual scholarship, has died.