Austrian authorities report that four children -- three boys ages 7 to 10, and a toddler girl -- were among the passengers whose bodies were found in east Vienna on Thursday in the back of an abandoned truck, locked inside with no ventilation in the summer heat.
Throughout the world there is great relief and optimism about the nuclear deal reached in Vienna between Iran and the P5+1 nations, the five veto-holding members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany. There are, however, striking exceptions to the general enthusiasm.
Iran's approach to negotiating with the United States and five other international parties currently displaying a keen interest in how Tehran conducts its nuclear program isn't informed only by concerns about the future of that program in and of itself.
A Catholic Church-affiliated museum in Vienna was shaken up this week by a controversy that erupted over the display of an unconventional rendering of Jesus and his disciples sharing the Last Supper -- and then some -- in an exhibit called "Religion, Flesh and Power."