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From Wire ReportsVIENNA, Austria - The United Nations reached a deal yesterday with Iraq to resume weapons inspections for the first time since 1998 - except at Saddam Hussein's presidential palaces. But the Bush administration immediately rejected the arrangement and...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday June 25, 1999 In 1987, around 400 color slides from the early 1940s turned up in mint condition in a Vienna antique shop. They had been taken by Walter Genewein, the Austrian chief accountant for the Nazis of the Lodz Ghetto, and their...
Tags: Dariusz Jablonski, Cinema Industry, Canal+, Movies, Judaism
Knight Ridder/tribuneVIENNA, Austria - United Nations weapons inspectors said yesterday that they are pushing for completely open access when they search Iraq for weapons of mass destruction and praised their opening negotiations here with Iraqi officials as "positive" and...
Monah Li, fashion designer I'm from Vienna. I try to go every year. In May I took my 12-year-old daughter Lilly. We stayed with my dad and stepmother. My father has a cottage in the Vienna Woods, about an hour from Vienna. The area is called Gloggnitz....
Sun Music CriticNow that the jet lag is wearing off, it's time to start evaluating the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's 19-day, 12-city, $2-million-plus European tour. Was it worth it? Absolutely. Could it have been even better? Sure. But what matters most is that...
Tags: Concerts, Politics, Europe, Trips and Vacations, Travel
Associated PressVIENNA, Austria - It's a question that's got Austria abuzz: Will the Terminator become the Governator? Suddenly, the man known here simply as "Arnie" has become a national obsession amid reports that native son Arnold Schwarzenegger may run for...
Associated PressVIENNA, Austria - United Nations weapons inspectors preparing for a possible return to Iraq won't redeploy until the Security Council adopts a new resolution, the U.N. nuclear monitoring group said yesterday. The teams had said they could have an advance...
Times Staff WriterPlaywright and screenwriter Horton Foote reappears in the kitchen of Ron Bernstein's Hollywood bungalow, where a few other friends of the film-rights agent collect around a table composed just so with voluptuous fruits, delicate French pastries and...
Tribune arts criticIn 1923, a brilliant Austrian pianist commissioned a revered German composer to pen a most unusual work: a piano concerto that would be played not with two hands but with one, while a symphony orchestra accompanied. For pianist Paul Wittgenstein, the new...
Special to The Morning CallThe homey sprawl that is Montgomery County's popular Bay Pony Inn at Lederach has been an institution there since area businessman and former Reagan cabinet member Drew Lewis attempted its serious restoration in 1987. Bay Pony's considerable Colonial-...
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Sun Music CriticVIENNA -- If there is such a thing as a sacred concert hall, the Musikverein is surely one of the most hallowed. Home to the Vienna Philharmonic, which continues to set a sublime standard in the orchestral world, the ornate hall itself radiates history,...
Associated PressUNITED NATIONS - U.N. weapons inspectors, who will lay down demands to Iraq today about getting back into the country, may not get the unfettered access demanded by the United States unless the Security Council alters a deal made in 1998. The...
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