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Iran to decide on nuclear deal next weekupdated: Sat Oct 24 2009 14:19:00

Iran said Friday it needs more time to decide whether to sign onto a deal that could help end the international showdown over its nuclear activities.

Flight innovations you'll loveupdated: Sat Oct 24 2009 11:11:00

It's all the rage to criticize the airlines. But we found some smart, practical initiatives that point the way to a better future.

Wining and dining in Viennaupdated: Tue Jun 09 2009 10:20:00

If any European capital knows how to enjoy the good life, it's Vienna. Compared to most modern urban centers, the pace of life here is slow. Locals linger over pastry and coffee at cafes. Concerts and classical music abound. And chatting with friends at a wine garden is not a special event but a way of life.

Tight security in India's Punjab for slain preacher's funeralupdated: Wed Jun 03 2009 10:24:00

Police tightened security Wednesday in India's Punjab for the funeral of a preacher whose killing in Vienna, Austria sparked violent protests in the Sikh majority state last week.

CNNMoney: Oil settles at $63.45updated: Wed May 27 2009 20:05:00

Oil flirted with $64 a barrel on Wednesday after the Saudi oil minister said the global economy can handle oil prices between $75 and $80.

Violence in India over guru's deathupdated: Tue May 26 2009 06:38:00

Tensions eased in the northern Indian state of Punjab on Tuesday, following widespread violence across the region after a Sikh guru was shot to death and another was wounded at an Indian temple in Vienna, Austria.

Violence hits Austrian Sikh templeupdated: Sun May 24 2009 23:18:00

Sixteen people were wounded and a guru was shot to death in an outbreak of violence between rival Sikhs at an Indian temple in Vienna, Austria, police said.

Cut costs and make memories in Europeupdated: Thu Mar 19 2009 09:52:00

Given the economy, the number one question I've gotten lately from people is whether to go to Europe. It's true that many people will put off their trips for another time. But millions of globetrotters -- who see exploring our world as a way of life -- will find a way to keep on traveling.

CNNMoney: Stocks try to make it 5 in a rowupdated: Mon Mar 16 2009 09:47:00

Bank stocks led a bigger rally Monday morning, as investors looked to extend the recent advance to a fifth straight session.

A wunderbar welcome in Austria and Germanyupdated: Thu Mar 05 2009 10:26:00

Many sights in Germany and Austria have been renovated in the last year or two to better display this region's rich heritage, making 2009 a good time to visit.

Solar trees get to root of energy crisisupdated: Tue Jan 13 2009 13:20:00

Taking inspiration from nature, designer Ross Lovegrove has brought beauty to an everyday object that few give a passing thought to: the streetlamp.

Solar trees by Ross Lovegroveupdated: Tue Jan 13 2009 13:20:00

An innovative lighting project by award-winning designer Ross Lovegrove featuring solar-powered street lamps, that also double as modern art.

Actor slashes throat on Vienna stageupdated: Thu Dec 11 2008 10:41:00

An actor escaped death in front of an Austrian theater audience after slashing his throat in a bizarre on-stage mix-up.

Stinky cheese, chats all part of connectingupdated: Mon Oct 27 2008 13:05:00

I used to be put off by European sophisticates, so into their fine wine and stinky cheese and even the "terroir" that created it all. But now I love being a cultural bumpkin.

Time.com: What Will Break the Worldwide Panic Reaction?updated: Fri Oct 10 2008 13:00:00

Asian and European markets have another black day as traders keep selling shares

Time.com: N Korea Bans UN Staff from Nuke Complexupdated: Thu Oct 09 2008 09:00:00

Diplomats say that North Korea has made all of its Yongbyon nuclear facilities off limits to international inspectors

Time.com: Oil Sinks Below $92 on Falling Demandupdated: Tue Sep 16 2008 14:00:00

Oil prices extended their steep losses Tuesday, tumbling below $92 a barrel as a worsening economy suggested U.S. energy demand will keep falling despite crude's return to year-ago levels

France crash to qualifying defeat in Viennaupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 05:25:00

France made a disastrous start to their World Cup qualifying campaign as they went down 3-1 to Austria in Vienna in their Group 7 match on Saturday night.

Disney makes family travel to Europe easy, funupdated: Mon Sep 08 2008 12:10:00

There's nothing like a little time travel to get the day started.

Time.com: Oil Rises Ahead of US Data updated: Wed Aug 13 2008 11:40:00

Traders bid oil moderately higher Wednesday ahead of weekly U.S. crude inventory data expected to show a slight increase in oil supplies

Time.com: Oil Slips to $140 Per Barrelupdated: Mon Jul 07 2008 11:00:00

A stronger dollar and signs that tensions were easing in the Middle East sent benchmark crude prices tumbling more than $4 Monday

Spain goes wild after Euro title victoryupdated: Mon Jun 30 2008 07:38:00

Joyous Spanish fans partied hard into the early hours Monday morning after their side defeated Germany 1-0 to claim their first major football title in 44 years.

Two football fans hurt as thousands flee Euro 2008 stormupdated: Thu Jun 26 2008 09:52:00

Thousands of football fans fled for safety and millions of TV viewers were left disappointed Wednesday night as an electrical storm in Vienna disrupted coverage of the first of the Euro 2008 semifinals.

Euro 2008 Championshipsupdated: Thu Jun 26 2008 09:52:00

CNN's Pedro Pinto reports about the Euro 2008 Championships.

Rosetti to referee Euro 2008 finalupdated: Mon Jun 23 2008 11:33:00

Italian Roberto Rosetti will referee the Euro 2008 final in Vienna on Sunday following his nation's exit from the tournament, UEFA announced on Monday.

Turks taste victory againupdated: Sun Jun 22 2008 04:22:00

CNN's Phil Black reports on how fans celebrated after Turkey's third comeback victory in the Euro 2008 championships.

TSA: Drunk fire-starter on plane in police custodyupdated: Thu Jun 19 2008 18:57:00

A drunk passenger who tried to set the curtains of a Boeing 767 on fire during a trans-Atlantic flight is in custody in Vienna, Austria, the Transportation Security Administration said Thursday.

Time.com: Euro 2008: Germany Defeats Austriaupdated: Tue Jun 17 2008 06:00:00

The pre-tournament favorites put an end to the co-hosts' hopes in a fixture that is always about more than just football

'Shamed' Austrian man kills family with axupdated: Wed May 14 2008 20:17:00

An Austrian man has confessed to killing five members of his family with an ax, Vienna police said Wednesday.

Pay-what-you-like restaurantsupdated: Tue Apr 01 2008 10:45:00

Radiohead made news when it allowed its fans to pay whatever they thought was reasonable to download the band's latest album. Now, innovative restaurants around the world are doing the same thing -- letting their patrons decide how much their meal is worth.

Time.com: Oil's Sky-High Forecastupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 17:00:00

Between speculators and Asian demand, petroleum prices aren't likely to return to what they were just five years ago: $25 a barrel

Germany cruise to victory in Austriaupdated: Wed Feb 06 2008 17:03:00

Miroslav Klose netted his 37th international goal as Germany sealed a 3-0 friendly win over Austria in Vienna.

Wawrinka, Lopez through in Viennaupdated: Thu Oct 11 2007 16:55:00

Stanislas Wawrinka and Feliciano Lopez have both reached the quarterfinals of the BA-CA Tennis Trophy in Vienna.

Time.com: 2nd Man Held in Embassy Bomb Plotupdated: Tue Oct 02 2007 12:00:00

Authorities said Tuesday they arrested a second Bosnian suspect in an apparent plot to bomb the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, and that the would-be bomber had contacted the embassy beforehand

Fortune: Iraq's oil riches still languishupdated: Tue Sep 11 2007 03:49:00

While officials from some of the world's biggest oil producers holed up in private meetings in Vienna Monday night, to decide whether to increase Opec's oil production, Iraq's Oil Minister Hussain Al-Shahristani retreated to his hotel suite, and watched television instead. Specifically, he tuned into the broadcast of Gen. Petraeus's testimony in Washington about the war.

Pope fulfils vow to revisit shrineupdated: Mon Sep 10 2007 16:28:00

Calling himself a "pilgrim among pilgrims" Pope Benedict XVI on Saturday visited the Marian sanctuary of Mariazell southwest of Vienna, fulfilling a promise he made in 2004 -- while still a cardinal -- to return to the shrine on its 850th birthday.

CNNMoney: OPEC unlikely to cut oil productionupdated: Sun Sep 09 2007 04:57:00

OPEC is almost certain to maintain its current production target this week - but analysts say the cartel could be forced into action if rising crude oil prices start having a chilling effect on the global economy.

Visiting pope honors Austrian Jewsupdated: Sat Sep 08 2007 08:19:00

Pope Benedict XVI paid solemn tribute to Holocaust victims as he began a three-day pilgrimage to Austria on Friday.

People.com: Lance Bass Recalls First Encounter with New Beauupdated: Tue Jul 17 2007 19:32:00

Connecting with new boyfriend Pedro Andrade was a real high for Lance Bass: He first spotted him 35,000 feet up in the air.

Time.com: Ex-UN Chief Waldheim Dead at 88updated: Thu Jun 14 2007 19:50:00

Former U.N. Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, who was elected Austrian president despite an international scandal about his secretive World War II Nazi connections, died Thursday

Euro 2008 tickets oversubscribedupdated: Mon Apr 02 2007 08:38:00

Tickets for the 2008 European Championship finals were 30 times oversubscribed after seats went on sale in the first round of applications, European soccer's governing body UEFA said on Monday.

Your say: Dealing with delaysupdated: Wed Mar 14 2007 06:23:00

Do airlines play fair when it comes to dealing with delays?

UEFA Cup: Vienna crushed by Zulteupdated: Thu Oct 19 2006 17:50:00

Tim Matthijs scored a hat-trick as modest Belgian side Zulte Waregem recovered from a goal down to crush Austria Vienna 4-1 away in their opening UEFA Cup Group F game on Thursday.

8-year kidnap: Accomplices huntedupdated: Sat Aug 26 2006 04:10:00

Austrian police were on Saturday hunting possible accomplices of a kidnapper who held a young girl in a basement "dungeon" and is believed to have sexually assaulted her over an eight-year period until her escape this week.

DNA confirms identity of kidnapped Austrian girlupdated: Fri Aug 25 2006 07:20:00

DNA tests have confirmed the identity of a young Austrian woman believed to have been held captive in a basement "dungeon" and sexually assaulted over an eight-year period.

Kidnap girl: Family never gave upupdated: Thu Aug 24 2006 04:28:00

The family of a young Austrian woman who has escaped after an 8-year kidnapping ordeal has said it always believed she would one day come back.

Bush to push for more Iraq aidupdated: Wed Jun 21 2006 04:17:00

U.S. President George W. Bush is meeting with European Union leaders in Vienna, where he is expected to push for more aid for Iraq.

Patrizio Buanne Talkasia Transcriptupdated: Fri May 19 2006 05:53:00

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Tales of missing luggageupdated: Wed May 17 2006 09:25:00

In 2005, 30 million bags were either temporarily or permanently misplaced in transit.

The Scene Forumupdated: Mon Mar 06 2006 06:00:00

The Scene brings together the world's coolest cities with the personalities who know them best.Tell us who you would like to see featured in future films and why The Scene should visit your city.

Luxury on the Orient Express: The ultimate train experienceupdated: Sat Mar 04 2006 08:14:00

It may not be the longest train journey in the world, a record currently held by the 9,288.2 km (5,787 miles) Trans-Siberian Railway.

Artmedia UEFA match set for Trnavaupdated: Thu Feb 09 2006 14:01:00

Artmedia Bratislava have confirmed they will not play the first leg of their UEFA Cup tie against Levski Sofia in Vienna -as reported earlier by the Bulgarian club.

Powerful presence at annual gatheringupdated: Wed Jan 25 2006 20:34:00

More than 2,300 people are attending the 2006 World Economic Forum in Davos this week.

More snow disrupts European travelupdated: Fri Dec 30 2005 06:52:00

Heavy snow across northern and central areas of Europe continued to cause problems for travelers on Friday with dangerous conditions expected into the weekend.

Schwarz acquitted by Vienna courtupdated: Thu Dec 15 2005 05:59:00

Former Olympic figure skating gold medallist Wolfgang Schwarz has been acquitted of human trafficking after he was tried in Vienna on charges of bringing young Lithuanian girls to the country to work as prostitutes.

Get involved: Europeupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 06:06:00

Send us your tips, words, photos and videos to thescene@cnn.com, or text "SCENE" plus your comments to +44 7786 20 40 60. Remember to include your name and the city/country where you live.

Trezeguet grabs win for Juventus updated: Wed Nov 02 2005 17:09:00

French striker David Trezeguet scored twice for Juventus as they beat Bayern Munich 2-1 in their Champions League Group A battle of the giants in Turin.

CNNMoney: Is OPEC becoming irrelevant?updated: Mon Sep 19 2005 12:21:00

While OPEC ministers met in Vienna Monday to discuss future production and price targets for oil, oil analysts and traders were instead focused on the waters off the Florida Keys.

Makaay passed fit for Vienna matchupdated: Mon Sep 12 2005 15:13:00

Roy Makaay has been passed fit for Bayern Munich's opening Champions League Group A game at Rapid Vienna.

Money Magazine: Best Places to Liveupdated: Mon Aug 01 2005 00:01:00

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Pitch invasion halts Austrian gameupdated: Thu May 05 2005 15:17:00

An Austrian league match between title contenders Austria Vienna and visiting Graz AK has been abandoned after Vienna fans stormed the pitch.

Kiev lawmakers reopen poison probeupdated: Mon Dec 13 2004 07:32:00

Ukraine lawmakers have reopened their investigation in opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko's disfiguring illness after doctors in Austria said he was poisoned.

Poisoning diagnosis 'rock solid'updated: Sun Dec 12 2004 01:00:00

The doctor who has overseen the treatment in Vienna of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko says the diagnosis of dioxin poisoning is "rock solid," but says more information must be obtained before medical authorities can determine the candidate's prognosis.

Iran strikes deal on uranium issueupdated: Sun Nov 28 2004 15:49:00

Iranian media outlets have reported that Iran has reached a compromise with the three European powers in Vienna and the International Atomic Energy Agency over its agreement to suspend its nuclear-enrichment program.

Canas surges into the Vienna finalupdated: Sat Oct 16 2004 10:21:00

Guillermo Canas continued his surge back towards the world's top 20 when he reached the final of the BA-CA Trophy with a straight sets win over the former champion Tommy Haas in Vienna.

Mauresmo set to lose No.1 rankingupdated: Mon Oct 11 2004 11:41:00

Amelie Mauresmo has withdrawn from the Kremlin Cup because of a leg injury and could lose her world number one ranking to Lindsay Davenport this week.

Beckham is World Cup injury worryupdated: Mon Sep 06 2004 08:03:00

Captain David Beckham has emerged as England's main injury worry ahead of Wednesday's World Cup qualifier against Poland in Chorzow.

Rustu goes on loan to Fenerbahceupdated: Fri Aug 27 2004 13:54:00

Barcelona's Turkish international goalkeeper Rustu Recber is rejoining Fenerbahce on a season-long loan deal.

Our European Questupdated: Fri Apr 23 2004 14:28:00

Our trip started in Hungary, but we flew to the Austrian capital Vienna and drove across the border because it was a lot easier than flying anywhere else.

The spy who copes with the Holocaustupdated: Thu Mar 25 2004 11:09:00

Gabriel Allon, the moody star of Daniel Silva's highly acclaimed series of espionage thrillers, is not everyone's favorite person, even to himself.

Money Magazine: Coming Upupdated: Sat Apr 01 2000 00:01:00

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Fortune: WHEN ONLY A WIENER WILL DOupdated: Mon Oct 14 1996 00:01:00

You don't want to eat them in airports, but if you're a meat eater, you probably crave a hot dog once in a while. The best come from Vienna Beef in Chicago. "A good hot dog should have a nice snap ...

Money Magazine: HE SAID MONEY ENDORSED IT, BUT I FEAR IT'S ALL A SCAMupdated: Tue Jun 01 1993 00:01:00

Q. I recently invested $25,000 with a firm called the Central European Currency Exchange Banque after the salesman said it was recommended by MONEY. The Austrian-based company trades in European cu...

Money Magazine: 10 GREAT VACATION VALUES FOR THE COMING YEARupdated: Sat Dec 01 1990 00:01:00

This is one of those good news/bad news situations: The surge in oil prices has sent the cost of travel soaring -- up six times higher than the consumer price index this year. As a result, nervous ...

Fortune: Regan did it, the great paragraph breakthrough, elastic thinking about taxes, and other matters. WALTZING IN VIENNAupdated: Mon Feb 27 1989 00:01:00

In mid-January we were spending a lot of time trying to figure out the point of the highly heralded human rights agreement being hammered out in Vienna (and finally signed there on January 15). The...

Money Magazine: TRAVEL Beating the overheated fares With the cost of air travel climbing, and new fares arriving almost hourly, you need a new supdated: Wed Feb 01 1989 00:01:00

With a record 455 million people flying last year -- nearly double the number just a decade ago -- you might think that U.S. airlines would be reaping windfall profits. They're not, and that's the ...

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