The Biden administration said OPEC's decision to cut oil production is "shortsighted."
A performance at an opera house was reportedly the site of protests against the war in Ukraine due to a singer's allegedly past support of Vladimir Putin.
The ambassador has since denied allegations about his wording, claiming to have been speaking in support of the Ukrainian people.
Vienna Business Agency supports firms of all sizes
Substantial investment in cutting edge technology is ensuring the historic city achieves giant strides in its green and smart transformation
Arctic wolf cubs have started to emerge to the delight of zoo visitors in Austria.
Five bronze reliefs and two bronze sculptures worth over a million dollars were saved from being melted down in a furnace after being sold as scrap metal.
The mandate goes into effect on February 1, and police will start performing routine vaccination checks.
The eighth round of JCPOA revival talks began Monday in Vienna, with U.S. and European officials warning that time is running out to find a peaceful solution.
The remaining signatories of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal met on Monday in Vienna to discuss reentering the agreement.
Astonished experts found a dusty box abandoned for decades contained previously unknown mollusks from 15 million years ago.
"The obstacles (are)...something that I think can be bridged," Diplomat Enrique Mora told reporters outside the hotel where Iranian officials have been meeting with envoys from Russia, China, France, Germany and Britain.
Any new deal must address all three elements of Tehran's illicit nuclear program: fissile materials, weaponization and the means of delivery.
The incident is still ongoing with at least one shooter still believed to be at large.
The Vienna police department said: "He rose slightly from the park bench, looked at the officers, and apparently intentionally released a massive fart in the immediate vicinity of the officers."
The ballet school at Vienna's State Opera stands accused of "disregarding" the welfare of the children in their charge, according to a commission investigating the abuse.
Putin will visit Austria for the second time in three months, despite the strain put on EU-Russian relations after Russia's annexation of Crimea.
"I'm convinced he is psychotic. He could have stabbed me as well had I been there by chance. He had lost all control."
The war games include an "offensive portion... that looks to me like a rehearsal of an attack," General Curtis Scaparrotti said.
The far-right Freedom Party narrowly lost but the election will now have to be rerun.
The close race between a far-right candidate and a liberal in Austria's election offers clues about the outcome of November's U.S. election.
People are given a less conventional tour of the city.
It will be the first time that Tehran attends an international summit on the four-year-long war.
The spokesman for the Hungarian government addresses the crisis on the Balkan corridor.