1. On the evening of Monday, November 2, in the Vienna quarter "Bermuda Triangle" (Bermuda-Dreieck), near the central synagogue and the Vienna Opera, shots were opened at passers-by. As a result, at least 4 people were killed, 22 were injured, including one policeman. Some of them are in critical condition in hospitals.
2. After the presidential elections in the United States, one of the candidates, Joe Biden, announced his victory. The incumbent President Donald Trump did not recognize the victory of a competitor, announced falsification of the election results and is preparing an appeal to the court.
3. The Italian Court of Appeal on November 3 acquitted a former soldier of the National Guard of Ukraine Vitaly Markiv, who was sentenced by the court of first instance to 24 years in prison on charges of murdering an Italian journalist in Donbass.
4. Vitali Klitschko was re-elected as the mayor of Kiev, the Kiev city territorial election commission said on Friday. According to published data, in the October 25 elections, Klitschko was supported by 50.52% of those who took part in the voting.
5. On November 6, the satirist Mikhail Zhvanetsky passed away. He was 86 years old. In the writer's hometown, Odessa, November 7 was declared a day of mourning.