International Women’s Day in Vienna

Historic imbalances in power relations between men and women, exacerbated by growing inequalities within and between societies and countries, are leading to greater discrimination against women and girls. Around the world, tradition, cultural values and religion are being misused to curtail women’s rights, to entrench sexism and defend misogynistic practices.

In Vienna, hundreds of women have […]

Head of Russia and CIS Economy Speaks On The Future Role of Gas Energy Mix

 

Last year, Russia supplied Europe and Turkey with a record 179.3 billion cubic metres (bcm) of gas as consumers capitalised on low gas prices, which follow the prices of oil with a lag of six to nine months. Its share of the EU gas market rose to an all-time high of 34 percent from 31 […]

Still Got The Blues In Vienna

A few weeks ago I met the young Austrian musician Jörg Danielsen during a wonderful blues session “Still Got the Blues” together with Michael Bodner, bass/harp, Kevin Mcmanus, drum, Roman Samer, guitar, Erich Tiefenbach, harp, Günther Schwarzinger, drum/voc.

“Blues is a genre and musical form originated by African Americans in the Deep South of the United […]

1100 State Deniers In Austria

1100 State deniers in Austria say: “Austria is a company”!
The number of the persons who do not recognize Austria as a state has increased strongly in the recent months. Konrad Kogler, Director General for Public Security said today Tuesday while presenting the most up-to-date data at the safety summit held in the Ministry of the […]

Austria And The Bar Politics, Video

Together with music, cocktails and bright candles under the reflection of faint lights at the Austrian bars L’Ombra and KIX, both owned by Dr. Heinz Altmann, politicians, ministers, lawyers and journalists always sit and laugh among the guests.

Mr. Valentin, the young man who inherited this bar of politics from his father, said that the Ukraine […]

Austria Decided: No Presidency For The Right-wing Populist Hofer

Alexander Van der Bellen, 72-year-old, representing liberal to left-of-center views won Austria’s presidential election over the right-wing populist Norbert Hofer. The preliminary results showed Van der Bellen is ahead. The final result will be announced Tuesday after counting the absentee votes.

More than 500,000 absentee ballots are counted Monday with results expected by Tuesday at the […]

One Belt, One Road and Sustainable City Exhibition and Dialogue

A major international event hosted this week in the Austrian capital by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) will help advance the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals through enhanced infrastructure and improved connectivity of the Asian, European and African continents, and their adjacent seas, referred to as One-Belt-One-Road (OBOR) as Mr. LI Yong, […]

The Role of Advanced Medicine For The Care Of Refugees

In coordination with the Union of Arab Doctors and Pharmacists in Austria headed by Doctor Tammam Kelani, the Arab Doctors Union in Europe (ARABMED) headed by Dr. Faidi Omar Mahmoud concluded it’s 32 annual Scientific-medical Congress on Saturday 18th, Sep. 2016 in Modul Hotel in Vienna. The conference was held under the auspices of Dr. […]

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