Austrian mass shooter was a neo-Nazi'Gregor S.' opened fire on a rock concert Sunday, killing two and wounding eleven.
Austria: Far-right loses presidential raceInitial results suggest far-left candidate Alexander Van der Bellen has won Austrian election, beating out Freedom Party's Norbert Hofer.
Austrian candidate slammed for Temple Mount storyAnti-Islam party's presidential candidate hits back after being accused of lying about seeing terrorist shot on Temple Mount.
Austria: Far-right wins presidential race round 1Anti-immigration candidate handily takes round 1, as candidates of governing parties lose for first time since 1945.
Austria to seize Hitler's former homeHitler's birthplace in Branau am Inn has become a neo-Nazis haunt, officials say.
Austria partially returns Nazi-looted art to JewsFamous Viennese museum returns 2 and keeps 3 paintings to descendant of owner, after she struggled two decades for justice.
Anti-Semitism in Austria up by more than 80%The number of anti-Semitic incidents reported in Austria increased more than 80 percent last year, says local Jewish group.
Jewish historian in Austrian jail despite evidenceIn a bizarre and troubling case, Stephan Templ was jailed over a claim to property looted during the Holocaust. Will new findings free him?
Austrian official oks calling survivors a 'plague'Prosecutor's office in Graz drops Holocaust denial case against far-right author, says Nazi camp inmates 'engaged in crime' after release.
Austria arrests Syrian 'jihadist brothers'Two young Syrian brothers arrested in southern Austria on suspicion of belonging to ISIS and the Ahrar al-Sham militia.
Austrian minister cancels visit over '67 lines'Austrian Vice Chancellor refuses to visit government office in Jerusalem; Ofir Akunis: 'Austria will not divide Jerusalem.'
Vienna, Amman cast doubt on quick Syria transitionAustrian and Jordanian leaders say Kerry's promises of 'gigantic step' in Syria are 'premature.'
Austrian far-right dismisses anti-Semitic MPSusanne Winter, 58, booted from MP position after agreeing to 'Zionist conspiracy' post on Facebook.
Swastikas scrawled on Jewish graves in AustriaNazi symbols deface Jewish cemetery weeks after vandals paint swastikas on Jewish quarter and Jewish museum.
Austria: Attackers Carve Swastika into Man's HeadOne man with links to neo-Nazi groups arrested after shocking, brutal attack; three other assailants still at large.
Vienna Compares Migrant Exodus, HolocaustHungary's deception, concentration of Middle Eastern refugees is reminiscent of 1944 Auschwitz deportations, chancellor fires.
Austrian President Travels to IranAustrian President Heinz Fischer becomes the first European head of state to visit Tehran since 2004.
Austria Convicts Nine Suspected JihadistsAustrian court convicts nine people of Chechen origin arrested last year on their way to join ISIS.
Jew Threatened With Eviction for Israeli FlagResident of Vienna's Jewish quarter told by landlord to remove Israeli flag inside his window 'or leave the apartment.'
Turkey Recalls Austrian Ambassador Over GenocideTurkey recalls its ambassador to Austria, after parties represented in parliament recognize the massacre of Armenians as genocide.
Austria Unveils Monument to Victims of Nazi CourtsAustria's chancellor inaugurates a monument paying homage to the 1,200 victims sentenced to death and executed by Nazi courts in Vienna.
Austria: Nazi Art Not Returned to Jewish HeirsPanel of experts recommends not to return Gustav Klimt masterpiece to Jewish owners, decades after Nazis stole the piece.
Austria Bans Foreign Funding for Muslim OrgsAustria updates law on the status of Muslims, bans foreign financing to Muslim organizations and requires imams to speak German.
Austria: A Europe Without Jews is Not EuropeAustrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz joins in on calls in Europe for Jews to stay despite recent terrorist attacks.
Anti-Semitism OK to Express Displeasure to IsraelAustrian prosecutor dismissed case against poster of virulently anti-Semitic comments; says he was just showing 'displeasure with Israel.'
Nazi-looted Art Film to Premiere at Berlin FestHelen Mirren praises 'human story' of the quest to return Nazi-looted art to their rightful owners upon film's premiere.
Austria: Swastika Grafitti at Former Nazi CampPolice investigating offensive graffiti at Mauthausen concentration camp, where 90,000 people perished during WW2.
Austria Detains Girls Who Wanted to Marry ISIS MenAustria detains two teenage girls, aged 16 and 17, after they tried to travel to Syria to marry fighters from ISIS.
Neo-Nazi Waves Knife Outside Vienna SynagogueBiker shouts anti-Semitic curses while threatening with a knife outside the capital of Austria, birthplace of Hitler.
Austria Passes New Law on IslamAustria calls for standardized German-language translations of the Koran, prohibits foreign funding of Muslim organizations.
Edelstein to Urge Austria to Cut Ties with IranFrom the Holocaust to the future? Edelstein to make clear to Austrian officials that Iran wants to finish Hitler's work.
Maccabi Haifa Players Attacked by Pro-Arab RiotersMembers of Maccabi Haifa, playing in Austria, physically and verbally attacked by pro-Palestinian Arab protesters.
Scorpions On A Plane50 live scorpions seized at Ben Gurion Airport, mere hours before being brought on a flight to Vienna.
Vienna Philharmonic to Return Nazi Looted PaintingAustrian orchestra known to have a Nazi past becomes newest party in Nazi-looted art reparation efforts.
Peres Pays Respect to Austria Holocaust Victims"The State of Israel is our victory" over the Holocaust, says Peres at a memorial service in Vienna.
Austrian Politician Compares EU to Third ReichLeader of Austria’s Jewish community slams far-right politician Andreas Moelzer for comparing the EU to the Third Reich.
Vienna Philharmonic Strips Nazis of HonorsFamed Vienna Philharmonic quietly strips six former senior Nazi officials of honors awarded them.
Austria Faces Questions Over Nazi-Era Hitler BellA castle, located 60 miles east of Vienna, has sparked concern after it was revealed that it contains a bell dedicated to Adolf Hitler.
Schwarzenegger A 'Hero' on Austrian Hizbullah VoteIn a letter, Schwarzenegger convinced Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann to blacklist Hizbullah
Fiji Troops Replace Austria in UNDOFA force of 170 soldiers from Fiji will replace Austrian troops in the UN peacekeeping force monitoring the Golan Heights buffer zone.
Austrian UN Troops Begin Golan PulloutVienna decided to quit the mission due to fear of Syria's civil war.
UN Asks Austria to Delay Golan PulloutAustria remains adamant about pulling out its troops from the Golan Heights, even as the UN appeals for more time.
Austria to Begin Withdrawing from Golan on Wed.Austria will begin withdrawing its 377 peacekeepers from the Golan Heights on Wednesday, says official.
Austria Not Ruling Out Returning PeacekeepersAustria's Foreign Minister says his country does not rule out returning its UN peacekeepers to the Golan Heights.
Putin Offers Replace Austrians in the GolanRussian President proposes that his country’s peacekeepers replace departing Austrian troops in the Golan Heights.
Austria Withdraws Peacekeeping Force from GolanAustria announced that it is pulling its United Nations peacekeeping force from the Golan Heights, following increased violence.
Survivors Say 'Never Again' at MauthausenLeaders and Nazi camp survivors commemorate the liberation of the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria.
Austria Faces Past in Nazi Camp's New MuseumAustria's new Holocaust museum reflects country's struggle with its national past.
Israeli Tourists Rescued from Stranded BusA bus carrying Israeli tourists was reported stuck on the highway between Austria and Hungary because of a snowstorm in the area.
Austria Marks 75th Anniversary of Nazi AnnexationAustria marked 75 years since German troops crossed the border unopposed on March 12, 1938 and "annexed" country into Third Reich.
Former Vienna Philharmonic Chief was SS MemberA former head of Vienna's Philharmonic Orchestra was a member of Nazi Germany's SS, historians say.
40% Austrians: Things ‘Not All Bad’ Under HitlerForty percent of Austrians believe things were not all bad under Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, according to a poll released Friday.
Austrian Hostage in Yemen Makes Desperate PleaAn Austrian man kidnapped in Yemen late last year said in video that his captors would kill him in a week if their demands were not met.
Austria Admits Some of its Academics Were NazisThe Austrian Academy of Sciences acknowledges that many of its scientists were members of the Nazi party.
Austrian Neo-Nazi Sentenced to 9 Years in PrisonA Viennese court sentenced a neo-Nazi figure in Austria to nine years in prison for his role in launching a website that glorifies Nazism.
Historian Probes Conductor Von Karajan's Nazi PastAustrian conductor Herbert von Karajan was a more adamant Nazi supporter than previously believed.
Austrian President Condemns Hateful Facebook ImageAustria's president has denounced far-right Freedom Party leader for posting an anti-Semitic cartoon on his Facebook page.