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Thousands march in Geneva: ‘We’re hoping they’re going to listen’

Thousands march in Geneva: ‘We’re hoping they’re going to listen’

Some 2,000 women, men and children turned out for the Geneva Women’s March for Dignity on January 21st.

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5 reasons UK expats should get healthcare help from home

5 reasons UK expats should get healthcare help from home

Navigating the health care system in another country can be tough, and even when it all works out, sometimes you just miss the comfort of the system back home. But there's a solution.

 
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Online auctions: 10 tips to avoid being ripped off

Online auctions: 10 tips to avoid being ripped off

Think you’ve just spotted a potential treasure at an online auction site? Be sure to read this before you bid.

 
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Icy bise wind causes travel chaos in western Switzerland

Icy bise wind causes travel chaos in western Switzerland

Winds of up to 140km/hr brought already chilly temperatures down even further in French-speaking Switzerland on Tuesday.

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EU relations: Is Britain being braver than Switzerland?

EU relations: Is Britain being braver than Switzerland?

Theresa May's tough-talking is in stark contrast to Switzerland's recent decision on EU immigration.

Becoming an expat: where to start

Becoming an expat: where to start

Making the decision to move abroad isn’t something to be taken lightly. There’s plenty of boxes to be ticked, forms to be filled out, and general planning to be done. But where do you actually start?

 
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New film chronicles Norwegian effort to give Finland a mountain

New film chronicles Norwegian effort to give Finland a mountain

Although the Norwegian government has resisted public pressure to offer a mountain summit to neighbouring Finland as part of its independence centenary celebrations, the idea is far from dead.

 

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Set your own rent would-be tenants urged

Set your own rent would-be tenants urged

Three rental apartments in Vaud with pool and fitness centre are up for grabs at auction.

New Swiss map shows no-fly zones for drones

New Swiss map shows no-fly zones for drones

The Swiss Federal Aviation Office (BAZL) has created a new interactive map to show drone operators where they may legally fly.

Richemont cuts jobs amid tough conditions

Richemont cuts jobs amid tough conditions

The Swiss luxury goods giant is to cut 210 jobs at its Piaget and Vacheron Constantin high-end watchmakers.

Davos forum founder: globalization a 'scapegoat' for people's anxieties

Davos forum founder: globalization a 'scapegoat' for people's anxieties

Klaus Schwab insists that globalization is only one factor in dramatic shifts provoking angst and anger.

Swiss watchmakers optimistic two-year crisis is ending

Swiss watchmakers optimistic two-year crisis is ending

Luxury Swiss watchmakers are gathering this week at the industry's premier annual show in Geneva.

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Restarting of world’s oldest nuclear reactor delayed again

Restarting of world’s oldest nuclear reactor delayed again

Beznau I, the oldest nuclear reactor in the world, will not be restarted by the end of the year after Swiss inspectors called for further information from its operators.

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