Austrian embassy attacked in Iran
A crowd of about 200 people pelted the Austrian Embassy in Tehran with petrol bombs and stones on Monday in a protest over the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.
The protesters, chanting "God is Greatest" and "Europe, Europe, shame on you," smashed all the diplomatic mission's windows with stones and then tried to hurl petrol bombs inside.
Austria currently holds the presidency of the European Union. Protesters also waved placards and shouted slogans against the EU's stance on Iran's nuclear program.
The bombs exploded in flames against metal grilles guarding the windows. But the building did not catch fire and the flames were quickly put out by police with fire extinguishers.