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European filmmakers collect awards at the Zürich Film Festival
European filmmakers were in the spotlight at the 17th Zürich International Film Festival, after winning multiple awards.
Who needs an agent when you have Instagram, says Sharon Stone
The Basic Instinct star tells the Zurich Film Festival that she's had more offers via Insta than a professional acting agent as she collected a Golden Icon Award.
Switzerland arrests 12 people for speeding around Zurich at 300km/h
Prosecutors say the group had held "various illegal races" and reached speeds of up to 200 km/h near built-up areas.
Musica highlights 2020: Puccini's timeless La Boheme
Musica goes behind the scenes to capture Puccini's masterpiece with Juan Diego Flórez and Ruzan Mantashyan.
Fourteen people injured after truck collides with tram in Zurich
The collision ripped a gash down the side of the tram.
Siberian tiger kills animal keeper at zoo in Zürich
A 55-year-old woman who worked at the Zürich zoo was attacked and killed by a Siberian tiger. An investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Comedy without the clichés: Don Pasquale charms Zurich
Stage Director Christof Loy has taken a new look at the old classic, ditching the usual clichés to focus instead on the complexity of the characters.
What makes a city 'inclusive' and why is Zurich number one?
Europe dominates the ranking with 15 of the world's 20 most inclusive cities located on the Old Continent.
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What can't you live without? Switzerland rethinks coffee stockpile
Since the end of WW2, the Swiss have kept a strategic reserve of coffee in case of national emergency. That might be about to change.
Scientists develop video game that can be controlled by the mind
Researchers in Switzerland have developed a technology which allows people with severely impaired motor functions to play video games, using only their minds.
Dreisig and Beczala, the irresistible couple in “Manon”
It is a career jump for Elsa Dreisig. For the first time, the Danish-French soprano and 2016 Operalia-winner is performing in Jules Massenet’s 'Manon' at the Zurich Opera House - together with star tenor Piotr Beczala.
Watch: Onlookers catch glimpse of waterspout in Zurich
Although the weather on the lake remained at 23°C, air temperature measured only 9°C, which led to the creation of the vortex over the water.
Watch: Waterspout spotted on Lake Zurich, Switzerland
The waterspout formed after a drop in temperature in the region.
Verdi's "La Forza del Destino" casts its spell on Zurich
Andreas Homoki's production of La Forza del Destino, The Force of Destiny, runs at the Zurich Opera House until the end of June
'Swiss Banksy' settles 40-year dispute with Zurich
Swiss artist Harald Naegeli, known as the "sprayer of Zurich", has ended a long-standing dispute with Zurich city council.
Zurich Film Festival honours Glenn Close
Famous faces walk the red carpet in Zurich.
Federerer praises Borg McEnroe film in Zurich
Federer attends screening of Janus Metz's Borg McEnroe film
Sheikh Ahmad resigns from football posts
Fifa Council member Sheikh Ahmad strongly denied any wrongdoing after media reports linked him to a bribery claim
Flórez revamps Werther
Forbidden love, wrongdoings and despair: Zurich Opera House ventures into late 19th-century French romanticism with Werther, by Jules Massenet.
Zurich mosque shooting gunman was 'Swiss with no Islamist links'
Swiss police confirmed that the 24-year-old gunman was found dead near the scene of Monday's shooting. Three people were injured in the attack.
Several hurt in shooting near Zurich Islamic centre
Several people have been hurt in a shooting incident near Zurich which local media said was a shooting.
Swiss vote for money for nothing
The EU says it is pondering a pilot scheme for a bloc-wide basic income for all, and this weekend the Swiss actually get to decide on the idea in one of their referendum votes, the first country to vo
The long road to build the new Gotthard rail tunnel
1999: kick-off for a mammoth Swiss project that was to last 17 years.
Suspended UEFA president Platini attends CAS hearing
The suspended president of European football’s governing body (UEFA) Michel Platini arrived at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Tuesday
Golden Eye Award to Liam Hemsworth at Zurich Film Festival
Transforming teenage screams into critical acclaim, Australian heartthrob and actor Liam Hemsworth has been awarded the coveted Golden Eye Award at
Zurich tops world's most expensive cities
Zurich tops a new list of the world’s most expensive cities. According to a report by Swiss bank UBS, monthly living costs for a family of three go