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Elton John and True Blood Creator Alan Ball Are Doing a Pilot and It Sounds Amazing   - 1/28/2015
in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Desiree Navarro—WireImage The drama will depict the lives of a class of musical prodigies in 18th century Vienna True Blood creator Alan Ball is set to write
  
    



Iraq Oil Surge to Fan OPEC Rivalry That Triggered Slump 2 hours ago   - 1/28/2015
The battle for customers among OPEC members that helped trigger oil’s collapse is about to escalate. Iraqi crude production is climbing from a 35-year high as it adds growing Kurdish supplies to its
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Wildcat presence in Austria confirmed   - 1/28/2015
VIENNA, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- Wildcats, long considered extinct in Austria, have been confirmed to exist in the country, media here reported Tuesday. The new discovery was made after an animal was caught
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Economist predicts further job cuts in Austria   - 1/28/2015
VIENNA, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Federation of Austrian Industries (IV) expects further job cuts in industry leading into summer, IV head economist Christian Helmstein told journalists here on Tuesday.
  
    



Breast cancer patients' survival rate increases: Austrian experts   - 1/28/2015
VIENNA, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- The survival rate of women with advanced stages of breast cancer has increased, due in large part to advances in molecular biology research, Austrian experts said Tuesday.
  
    



W&H increases shares of BSW, appoints Walter Häder as new CEO for the subsidiary   - 1/28/2015
Windmöller & Hölscher (W&H) announced that it has increased its stake in BSW Machinery by acquiring shares previously owned by company founders Thomas Breitenberger, Peter Schmalholz and Günter Wais.
  
    


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Another One Bites the Dust   - 1/28/2015
The casualties continue to pile up in the wake of the Swiss National Bank dropping its peg to the euro. (See Rabbit Hole Intervention Fails: Wild Moves in Swiss Franc as Switzerland Abandons Euro Peg;
  
    



Tyson Foods to invest $110m in Vienna plant expansion   - 1/28/2015
American meat processor Tyson Foods is planning to invest around $110m in the expansion of its poultry plant in Vienna, Georgia. This investment is expected to create 500 jobs in the region. Commenting
  
    



Vienna Insurance Group sees lower business in Romania   - 1/28/2015
Austrian insurer Vienna Insurance Group (VIG) recorded an almost 5% drop in business in Romania last year. The group’s local companies had total gross premiums underwritten of EUR 356 million, compared
  
    


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European Union Tries Rebooting Economy – Analysis   - 1/28/2015
By The EU doubles-down on debt – but with new strategies for job creation, sustainability and innovation. By Joergen Oerstroem Moeller* The recent freefall of the euro, untethered from
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Swiss Franc Yield Curve Negative for 12 Years;   - 1/28/2015
The casualties continue to pile up in the wake of the Swiss National Bank dropping its peg to the euro. (See Rabbit Hole Intervention Fails: Wild Moves in Swiss Franc as Switzerland Abandons Euro Peg;
  
    



The laser pulse that gets shorter all by itself: Ultrashort laser pulses have become   - 1/28/2015
But there are ways to reverse this. It is possible to use a medium to make a laser pulse shorter. Scientists at the Vienna University of Technology have found a way to compress intense laser pulses by
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ANGLE plc ("the Company") Patient Data Shows "Unprecedented Sensitivity And Specificity"   - 1/28/2015
GUILDFORD, United Kingdom, Jan. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ ANGLE plc (AIM: AGL OTCQX: ANPCY), the specialist medtech company, is delighted to announce that the Medical University of Vienna, one of its key
  
    



Future displays will use laser systems to create 3D visual e ...   - 1/28/2015
First prototype demonstrated, shows promise for future displays Scientists from Austria have developed a sophisticated laser system that allows users to enjoy a three-dimensional visual display without
  
    



Qatar on the brink of history   - 1/28/2015
Qatar's strike force will be pitted against the German resilience Raajiv Tripathi DOHA A fascinating duel of swinging fortunes is expected as hosts famed Valero Rivera's Qatar seek to surpass their
  
    



The rise of an ancient hatred   - 1/28/2015
INTERNATIONAL Holocaust Remembrance Day will be marked tomorrow, 70 years ago to the day on Jan 27, 1945, when the Nazi death camp Auschwitz was liberated. The occasion often sees traditional commemorations
  
    



Trial changes ‘reckless’ view of CIA mission   - 1/28/2015
By Walter Pincus The conviction Monday of former CIA case officer Jeffrey Sterling for leaking classified information to a reporter requires a review of the CIA’s once-covert operation to slow down
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VDOT cancels first of public meetings on I-66   - 1/26/2015
Fixing traffic on I-66, seen here near Vienna, will require many changes involving the roadway and transit. (Karen Bleier/AFP-) Taking its own advice about limiting Monday evening travel , the Virginia
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France says EU ministers to press ahead with transactions tax talks   - 1/26/2015
BRUSSELS, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Austria will spearhead fresh efforts by eleven European finance ministers to reach a deal on an elusive financial transactions tax, France's finance minister said on Monday.
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Raiffeisen CFO Gruell Moves to Reassure Market on Capital   - 1/26/2015
Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBI) Chief Financial Officer Martin Gruell told investors not to be concerned about the Austrian bank’s capital levels or a possible cash call as bond and share prices
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Facebook's privacy showdown set for Vienna hearing in April   - 1/26/2015
Summary: Facebook is heading to court this April to argue why it shouldn't be sued for allegedly violating European privacy laws. Facebook will need to appear in a Vienna court in April to argue why
  
    



Arab women writers pick their favorite Arab women writers   - 1/26/2015
* RECOMMENDATION FROM  Mansoura Ezz Eldin : Hoda Barakat’s  Stone of Laughter  (English version available from Interlink, trans. Sophie Bennett) “The novel that I’ve loved the most by an Arab woman
  
    



Finding fresh magic in Aida   - 1/26/2015
Conductor Zubin Mehta returns to the Beijing stage with a new production of a Verdi classic, Chen Jie reports. Chen Jie 'If this is the first production of the opera you've seen," boasts maestro Zubin
  
    



April 9 Start Date for Class-Action vs. Facebook   - 1/27/2015
The first hearing in a class-action lawsuit against Facebook  filed in Vienna by Austrian law student Max Schrems and his Europe Versus Facebook group  is scheduled for April 9, TechCrunch  reported.
  
    



Edgar Froese, leader of Tangerine Dream, dies   - 1/27/2015
VIENNA, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Edgar Froese, leader of the German group Tangerine Dream, died on Jan. 20 of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna at the age of 70. The announcement was made on the group's website
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