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Major art fair in Switzerland shows support for Ukraine
The world's leading art fair Art Basel opens in Switzerland for its 2022 edition in a more favourable market climate after a two-year gap due to the pandemic. During a press conference, the organisers reiterated their support for Ukraine.
Flight delays after technical glitch closes Swiss airspace
Switzerland has reopened its airspace, following a short closure Wednesday morning due to a 'breakdown' at air traffic control.
The artist is sorta present: how VR is changing art
In his latest piece, Albert Oehlen asks viewers to enter his studio via VR and watch him draw a new work. The eerie experience gets you up close and personal without ever being near another actual person.
Art Basel 2022: Here's what's being showcased at the Swiss art fair
From NFTs, to virtual reality experiences, to enormous installations, what's on offer at this year's Art Basel?
Ex-FIFA officials Blatter and Platini go on trial for corruption
Blatter served as FIFA President from 1998 to 2015, with Platini widely seen as his protege.
Banana peel could hold the key to more 'renewable' biofuel
Scientists have engineered a new way to produce energy from biomass after tests on banana skins and orange peel.
Azure lakes and quaint villages: This is Switzerland’s ‘little Italy’
Just over an hour's drive from Milan or a panoramic train and ferry journey south from Lucerne, Ticino is Switzerland's very own little Italy.
Putin will not dictate peace terms in Ukraine, Scholz says
On the final day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that Vladimir Putin can't dictate peace terms in a war he "won't win."
This Ukrainian climate activist is telling their story at Davos
Illyess El Kortbi is a 25-year-old climate activist originally from Kharkiv. For them, the war in Ukraine and the climate crisis are inextricably linked.
Energy revolution at heart of South Africa's post-pandemic recovery
As the global economy tentatively recovers from the pandemic, countries including South Africa are striving to make the transition to green energy an opportunity, rather than a challenge
Ukraine should be EU candidate 'as quickly as possible' - Metsola
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola told Euronews the EU has to open its doors to countries fighting for the principles of the union.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addresses Davos summit for a second time
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that his country will not give up its land to end Russia's war.
George Soros blames AI and new tech for helping repressive regimes
George Soros also said the war in Ukraine "may have been the beginning of the Third World War and our civilization may not survive it".
Davos 2022: Is the world ready to fight off the next health crisis?
Preparing the world for another health crisis is a hot topic in Davos this week. Euronews Next spoke to AstraZeneca about lessons learned from COVID.
Former Ukrainian minister says businesses need to leave Russia
"We need to stop fuelling the Russian economy," said former Ukrainian finance minister Natalie Jaresko.
EU Commission deputy: Response to Ukraine refugees showed 'Europe at its best'
Margaritis Schinas made the remarks at a conference on refugees at Davos as she urged the bloc to face "reality" and agree a new policy toward migrants and asylum seekers.
Oxfam's call to governments ahead of Davos: Tax the rich
The international charity has called for a small increase to taxation of the world's wealthiest which, it says, could help mitigate rising levels of poverty the world over.
Zelenskyy calls for 'maximum' sanctions against Russia at Davos
As the World Economic Forum's annual meeting kicks in Davos, Switzerland. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calls for “maximum" sanctions against Russia.
Climate change activists protest World Economic Forum in Davos
A group of climate change activists take part in a demonstration against the World Economic Forum (WEF) during the annual meeting in Davos.
Davos 2022: What to expect from this year's World Economic Forum event
World leaders are descending on the Swiss mountain resort for the WEF's belated annual meeting. Here's what the 2022 event is likely to have in store.
Swiss brothers seek to save the Swiss mountains by bottling it as gin
As young Swiss people move to the cities for jobs and opportunities, three brothers are determined to help sustain the economy of their small mountainous village by bottling up original liquors
Swiss woman charged over 'jihadist-motivated' knife attack in Lugano
Two people were injured in the attack at a department store in November 2020.
Swiss voters have their say on Netflix, Frontex and organ donations
But what did they decide?
Will a luxury yacht that can fly be the latest rich list must-have?
Co-founders Mathieu Ozanne and Guillaume Hoddé combined their respective experience in engineering and the luxury sector to develop the next level experience for luxury clients: A flying Yacht.
Largest white diamond ever auctioned sells for €17.9 million
The Rock, the biggest white diamond ever auctioned, sold for a hammer price of 18.6 million Swiss francs (€17.9 million), far short of the record for such a jewel.
Cocaine found in coffee at Nespresso factory in Switzerland
The discovery led to the seizure of 500 kilograms of the drug - one of Switzerland's biggest ever hauls.