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Climate activists protest at Geneva airport during jet convention
Climate activists disrupted air traffic at Geneva airport as another hundred activists from 17 countries protested Europe's largest jet convention next door
How to experience Europe’s ski resorts in summer, from €85 a night
After a disastrous winter season, visiting Europe’s ski resorts during the summer provides an alternative way to see the mountains.
Fear of landslide sends Swiss villagers fleeing after warning
One hundred residents have abandoned their chalets and farms in an idyllic Swiss village after geologists warned tonnes of rocks on the mountain above them could be about to give way.
Ukraine claims Bakhmut breakthrough and other developments
All the latest from the war in Ukraine.
Climate activist interrupts live political debate in Geneva
Tempers frayed on Sunday after a climate activist from the group Extinction Rebellion interrupted a live political debate in Switzerland.
Over €68 bn withdrawn from Credit Suisse ahead of UBS takeover
At the same time, the bank saw its net profit swell to 12.4 billion francs, up from a significant loss a year earlier.
T-Rex skeleton sells for €4.9m at Swiss auction
Crafted into an open-mouth pose, the T. rex measuring 11.6 metres long and 3.9 metres high, came in below the anticipated range of €5m to €8m.
These European towns will pay you up to €50,000 to move there
Start a new life abroad and get paid to do it thanks to these schemes.
The hydrogen jet aiming to cut Europe to Australia flights to 4 hours
A European start-up is partnering with a Spanish government programme to develop its hypersonic passenger planes.
From extreme skiing to fondue: Why you should visit Verbier
The beautiful Swiss Alpine resort offers creature comforts in the evenings and thrilling skiing during the day.
More than a dozen injured after Swiss trains derail during storm
Two regional trains in Switzerland derailed in separate incidents, injuring more than a dozen people Friday after a storm brought high winds and strong rains to the small Alpine nation, police said.
'It's now too late': How invasive species have altered Lake Constance
Local edible fish populations in Lake Constance are dwindling as other invasive species have taken over the waters. Now local fisheries are fearing for their livelihoods.
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State of the Union: Credit Suisse lifeline and Putin hosts Xi
In our weekly review, we look at the takeover of Credit Suisse by its rival, China-Russia relatins and the EU leaders' summit in Brussels.
Central banks move to prevent crisis after UBS buys Credit Suisse
The deal serves as a buffer to ease tensions in global funding markets
UBS to acquire troubled rival Credit Suisse in Swiss government deal
The Swiss central bank is extending a line of credit up to CHF 100 billion (€100 billion) to UBS and Credit Suisse.
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State of the Union: EU industry to become greener & more independent
In our weekly review, we analyse the impact of the collapse of the US Silicon Valley Bank in the EU and the new roadmap for a cleaner European industry.
Swiss solar tech can be rolled out on railway tracks ‘like a carpet’
It's the first time that a removable system has been developed, which gives them more real-world potential for railway lines.
Credit Suisse to borrow €51 billion from Swiss central bank
Credit Suisse said it would exercise an option to borrow up to €51 billion from Switzerland's central bank
Geneva human rights film festival targets violations and global crises
Around 40,000 people are expected to attend screenings and debates in 80 different locations around the international capital of human rights.
Four bodies found in family home after Switzerland explosion
The blast happened early Thursday morning, with fire investigators and police forensics officers at the scene looking for clues about how it happened.