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.
With or without the nuclear deal, the Iranian mullahs must be prevented from spreading terror.
President may take business delegation if nuclear deal clinched in first Tehran visit by western leader for years.
Creature was found in refuse pit in 2006 and was probably used in 1683 Siege of Vienna.
The same auction house this week pulled a Hitler painting after questions about its authenticity.
In 'Woman in Gold,' Helen Mirren fights for a Klimt painting stolen from her family by the Nazis.
Behind the kooky japes, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' hides the kaleidoscopic mind of Stefan Zweig.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has responded to overtures from U.S. President Barack Obama amid nuclear talks with a secret dispatch, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Friends, family and colleagues remember the "Father of the Pill" as a writer and teacher who occasionally liked to rap.
The U.S. and other world powers are all but certain to need an extension in negotiations to resolve a 12-year stand-off over Iran's atomic ambitions.
It's unlikely a final deal will be reached before the Monday deadline.
The powers negotiating with Iran face a delicate balancing act as they try to bring a 12-year nuclear dispute to an end.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog said it has seen releases of steam and water indicating that North Korea may be operating a reactor
The negotiations are aimed at avoiding Israeli air strikes and a wider Middle East war.