Wednesday Mar 5
Austria spreads market: Latest market research analysed
With higher demand for natural and intense flavours for the best breakfast experience, spreads is expected to see a 1% increase in volume sales and a stable but stronger value growth of 3% in 2012.
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Mon Feb 24, 2014
European sites, art reflect work of new movie 'The Monuments Men'
Dorothy Hammett Allen's father, Ralph Warner Hammett, was one of the Monuments Men who went to Europe after World War II to rescue the works of art hidden by the Nazis during the war.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
These Incredible Works Of Art Were Saved By The Real-Life 'Monuments Men' Of WWII
The new George Clooney film "The Monuments Men" movie pales in comparison to the real art historians, architects, curators, and museum directors who saved Europe's finest art during World War II.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Inside Bay Area
Travel: European sites tell tales of 'Monuments Men'
From a fairy tale-inspiring castle in the Bavarian Alps to a serene sculpture of Mary and Jesus by Michelangelo tucked away in a Belgian church, sites and works of art across Europe can give travelers a glimpse of the heroic work done by the group depicted in the Oscar-nominated movie "The Monuments Men."
Sun Feb 16, 2014
European sites, art tell tales of Monuments Men
From a fairy tale-inspiring castle in the Bavarian Alps to a serene sculpture of Mary and Jesus by Michelangelo tucked away in a Belgian church, sites and works of art across Europe can give travelers a glimpse of the heroic work done by the group depicted in the new movie "The Monuments Men."
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Austrian burns down massage parlour
Spanish police arrested 47-year-old Austrian Bernd Eichelberger after he burned down a massage parlour when the female masseuse refused to give him "a happy end".
The Winnipeg Free Press
Aftershocks of Nazi plundering
On June 23, 1940, the day after France signed an armistice with Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler travelled to Paris to see the sites of the conquered city accompanied by sculptor Arno Breker and architect Albert Speer, who later was appointed the Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Citing Hepatitis B, Austrian Red Cross doctor allegedly refuses Muslim blood
Priding themselves as one of the most reputable news portals on the internet, the Muslim -centric WorldBulletin.net of Istanbul, Turkey has reported on Feb. 12, 2014 that an unnamed Austrian doctor has caused "outrage" among the Turkish-Muslims by allegedly refusing to accept blood donated specifically by Muslims.
Martha Kelly, 86
Martha Kelly, 86, of Bremerton, died Feb. 10, 2014, in her home surrounded with love and care.
Luxury Cars as Lottery Prizes to Help Portugal Fight Tax Dodgers
For as long as she can remember, Portuguese pensioner Maria Alice Silva has enjoyed a guilty pleasure she hides from her friends: playing the lottery.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Clooney's 'Marbles' Push Puts Reputation in Ruins
George Clooney has backed away from his statement that it would be the "right thing to do" for Britain to return the historic Elgin Marbles to Greece, and now says the idea is worth an "open discussion."
Monsignor Karel FoA t and Petr PA ibik
RFE/RL remembers two colleagues who passed away in January this year. Monsignor Karel FoA t was a broadcaster with RFE/RL's Czechoslovak Service, producing religious programs and airing church services banned under the communist regime.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Silhouette Mourns Loss of Arnold Schmied, Sr.
LINZ, Austria - Austrian eyewear company Silhouette International is mourning the loss of its co-founder, Arnold Schmied, Sr., who passed away Jan. 31 following a long illness.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Walk in footsteps of Monuments Men
Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau, southern Germany, was a Nazi hideaway for about 21,000 items stolen from French art collectors during the Second World War.