Muslim and Catholic activists teamed up to protect an exhibit of photos of Holocaust survivors in central Vienna after vandals targeted them for a third time.
A prominent public art installation in Vienna featuring large portraits of Holocaust survivors was badly damaged after an unknown assailant slashed the pictures with a knife.
Photos of Holocaust survivors exhibited on a central Vienna street have been defaced with swastikas, drawing condemnation from political and Jewish leaders.
The head of Austria’s Jewish community said that the downfall of far-right party leader and Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache validated his community’s policy of avoiding the faction.
Austrian far-right Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache resigned following explosive revelations from a hidden-camera sting.
More than half of Austrians believe that something like the Holocaust could happen again in other European countries.