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At least five people were hurt after the cable supporting a gondola at a Swiss mountain resort snapped during maintenance work.
Far-right Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini promised to “fill planes and send immigrants home” but the number of repatriations as actually fallen.
In Sion, an exceptional show has been held at the first light of dawn on the construction site of the Sion hospital's new car park. 200 people were amazed at a vertical piano recital.
Does increasing electoral system proportionally actually cause more responsive policymaking? If it does, do the benefits of a reform outweigh possible side effects?
From 1985 to 2017, BMI rose by an average of 2kg/m2 in women and 2.2kg/m2 in men globally, which is equivalent to each person becoming 5-6kg heavier — how did Europe fair?
Environmental campaigners Greenpeace demonstrated outside Nestle's headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland, accusing the company of not doing enough to reduce single-use plastics.
Swiss voters rejected tax breaks for married couples by a slim margin, but the country's federal court has overturned the result, saying voters were not in full possession of the facts
The Swiss government is looking to halt mandatory decades-old mandatory stockpiling of coffee beans after it was deemed "no longer essential" to human survival.
Cheese, it turns out, is a big fan of hip hop.
That’s even if you could meet the €11 million price tag
Valais cantonal police confirmed on Twitter that an avalanche occurred at around 2.15pm, leaving “several people buried”.
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.
Switzerland's best known actor, Bruno Ganz, dies at the age of 77
Our correspondents in Davos look back at the top moments from the World Economic Forum.
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Euronews asked attendees at the World Economic Forum's annual event what they hope to get from the meeting.
Sasha Vakulina takes you into the corridors where the global elites do their thing.
Good Morning Europe
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is due to launch a report today which shows how artificial intelligence can help the transition into a circular economy.
David Attenborough calls for 'practical solutions' to climate change at the World Economic Forum's Crystal Awards.
In Euronews' special Davos After Hours discussion, correspondents Darren McCaffrey, Isabelle Kumar and Sacha Vakulina break down the key events from day one at the World Economic Forum.