Capital of Cloak & Dagger

Vienna has never tried to curb the activities of foreign spies. Over the past century, it’s become the go-to stage for the dramas of global espionage The year was 2000. The setting: an inconspicuous office building on Heinestraße in Vienna’s 2nd district. A man appeared around the corner and hurried toward the building, looking over […]
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Alexander Fanta
Alexander Fanta is a foreign news reporter with Austrian Press Agency since 2011. His beat in Vienna includes UN, OSCE and Austrian diplomacy, with the occasional lost dog story thrown in between. Follow him on Twitter: @FantaAIex

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