With the winners from the 72 magnificent timepieces to be announced on November 14th, the latest edition of the "watchmakers' Oscars" is a blend of ancient art and innovation...at a price.
After Venice, Hong Kong and Singapore, the 72 watches selected by the jury of the Grand Prix d'Horlogerie de Genève (GPHG) are arrived at the final stage of their international journey.
The mobile exhibition presents 72 watches competing to win the "Watchmaking World’s Oscar".
The latest edition of the forum, held in Geneva, focussed on the ills of our age and the importance of security.
Switzerland has announced it will ban all convicted paedophiles from working with children for life.
Judges will be obliged to impose the measure on almost all those convicted of sexual offences against vulnerable victims.
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research based in Geneva, has publicly apologised for a researcher's report which said physics was “invented and built by men, it’s not by invitation”
"The foundation's priority was to increase safety and security, to make it easier for families to access their relatives' wishes," Dr Immer, President of the Swiss National Foundation for Organ Donation and Transplantation, told Euronews
A woman has won a global breakdancing competition for the first time in its 15-year run.
The drawings, from 77 press cartoonists, are exhibited at the Maison du Dessin de Presse in Morges, Switzerland.
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St Gallen becomes the second Swiss canton to ban the full-face veil in public.
Photographer Pascal Britz who filmed the performance, wrote on his Facebook page: “This is what happens when classical musicians wait for a delayed flight at 10:00 pm.”
Voters in Switzerland appear to have overwhelmingly rejected two proposals on ethical and sustainable food.
Follow us behind the scenes at CERN — "Behind the Science" takes you inside one of the most famous physics research centres in the world, where thousands of scientists work day and night to unlock the secrets of our universe.
CERN opened the doors of his headquarters in Geneva, exclusively to Euronews, and showed us some of the services that are essential cogs in the scientific machine when it comes to unlocking the secrets of our universe.
The fake letter says residents should keep "the living conditions of these individuals in such a way that they voluntarily leave Switzerland."
Many female Swiss politicians are forced to deal with online verbal abuse every day. Euronews spoke to three Swiss women working in politics about their personal experiences with harassment online.
Fatal agriculture accidents in Switzerland have increased in 2018 due to the summer heatwave.