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More than 160 dead in Germany-Belgium floods as water recedes
The number known to have died has risen in Germany and Belgium after heavy rain caused rivers to burst their banks, sweeping away homes and cars.
Swiss reject tax hike to cut emissions and synthetic pesticide ban
The proposed "carbon dioxide law" included an increase in taxes on fuels and the introduction of a tax on airline tickets from Switzerland. It was defeated in a referendum by 51.59% of the electorate.
Swiss vote on whether government can impose COVID restrictions
Swiss voters will decide on the future of a law outlining measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
What's the future of EU-Swiss relations now talks have collapsed?
Euronews looks into the past, present and future of Switzerland's cooperation with the EU after Swiss leaders rejected signing a long-delayed framework agreement with Brussels on Wednesday.
Switzerland pulls out of negotiations to redefine relationship with EU
The Swiss Federal Council concluded on Wednesday that there remain "substantial differences between Switzerland and the EU on key aspects of the agreement", such as wage protection and state aid, and "the conditions are thus not met for the signing".
Ten sites in Switzerland, France and Italy added to IUCN ‘green list’
The International Union for Conservation of Nature says well managed protected sites are a critical part of halting the dramatic loss of life on Earth.
Viral photo of empty Geneva hospital is 'misinformation'
A viral photo on Twitter of an empty hospital corridor in Geneva is "misinformation", Swiss authorities have said.
Heavy snowfall and extreme cold sweeps over Europe
Temperatures plummeted to -28°C in some places.
Swiss to evacuate village threatened by vast WWII explosive depot
A risk assessment of the underground depot carried out over the previous two years said it presents "unacceptable" risks based on current safety regulations.
Two hurt in suspected terror incident in Lugano, Switzerland
Two people were injured in a stabbing at a department store in Lugano which is being investigated as a possible terror incident.
Swiss voters reject proposal to end EU freedom of movement
Swiss voters rejected an initiative that would have ended the right of EU citizens to live and work in the country.
Why are some Swiss people fearful about the rollout of 5G?
In this edition of Unreported Europe, Euronews is in Switzerland to find out why many fear the rollout of 5G - and how it is dividing the scientific community.
Seven people killed in plane crashes in Germany and Switzerland
A microlight plane crashed into a building in the German town of Wesel, while another deadly incident involved a small aircraft in the Swiss Alps.
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.
Tiny Italian enclave in Switzerland now belongs to Italy... again
The enclave has ping-ponged between Italy and Switzerland over the years. Now it's back with Rome.
Nuclear plant shut down in Switzerland
The 47-year-old Mühleberg nuclear power plant, near Bern in Switzerland, was permanently shut down on Friday.
Like Iceland, Switzerland to hold 'funeral' for lost glacier
The Pizol "has lost so much substance that from a scientific perspective it is no longer a glacier."
Swiss actor Bruno Ganz dies aged 77
Ganz, 77, is best-known for portraying Adolf Hitler in the Oscar-nominated Downfall; the kindly grandfather in Swiss family movie Heidi; and the angel Damiel in Wim Wenders’ 1987 film Wings of Desire.
Watch: Paragliding Acro World Tour finals in Switzerland
Held on the shores of Lake Geneva, around 29,000 spectators observed the thrilling finals.
Swiss duck immigration row with the EU
The Swiss parliament has avoided a clash with the EU over immigration rules by ditching plans for jobs quotas for foreigners.
European nuclear energy post-Chernobyl
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Businesses struggle to adapt to strong Swiss franc
When the Swiss central bank stopped its currency peg against the euro, the price of Swiss goods and holidays spiked sharply for eurozone visitors.