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4,000-Year-Old Weapons, Lunch Box discovered In Switzerland

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4,000-Year-Old Weapons, Lunch Box discovered In Switzerland


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Swiss open World Cup criminal probe into ex-FIFA official Valcke and Qatar businessman

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Swiss open World Cup criminal probe into ex-FIFA official Valcke and Qatar businessman


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Scientists find gold worth $2 million in Switzerland sewage system

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Switzerland demands release of Swiss woman abducted in Sudan

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Sports-free Swiss economy set for worst performance in eight years

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Sports-free Swiss economy set for worst performance in eight years


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Richemont Opens an Innovation Lab in Switzerland

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Richemont Opens an Innovation Lab in Switzerland


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Jerman kembali ke persada ranking FIFA

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  • Italy to face Sweden in World Cup playoff
    Italy to face Sweden in World Cup playoff

    , thestar.com.my

    ZURICH, (Reuters) - - Four-times world champions Italy were drawn against Sweden on Tuesday in their two-legged playoff for a place at next year's World Cup. Italy, who last failed to qualify for the World Cup in 1958, will play the second leg at home in the most eye-catching of the four ties. Switzerland, who finished second in their qualifying group despite winning nine of their 10 games, were drawn against Northern Ireland, who last qualified in 1986, with the first match in Belfast
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    Places: Malaysia |  Sweden |  Switzerland | 

Politics & Government

  • Presumed new Swiss foreign minister seeks fresh start in EU talks
    Presumed new Swiss foreign minister seeks fresh start in EU talks

    , channelnewsasia.com

    ZURICH: Switzerland's putative new foreign minister called on Wednesday for a fresh start to tortuous talks on cementing ties with the European Union, the neutral country's most important trading partner. Parliament elected Ignazio Cassis, 56, as the first minister in 18 years from the Italian-speaking Swiss canton of Ticino. He is likely to be named Switzerland's top diplomat when the four-party coalition government allots portfolios on Friday
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    Places: Singapore |  Europe |  W. Europe |  Switzerland | 

Sports

  • Cristiano Ronaldo lifts Portugal to victory in 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier, sets up Switzerland showdown
    Cristiano Ronaldo lifts Portugal to victory in 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier, sets up Switzerland showdown

    , indianexpress.com

    Cristiano Ronaldo came off the bench and scored an opportunist goal which set Portugal on the way to a 2-0 win in Andorra on Saturday that maintained their chances of qualifying directly for the World Cup. Ronaldo’s 63rd-minute goal, his 15th of the campaign, rescued Portugal as they struggled to break down Andorra and, followed by a second from Andre Silva, set up a mouth-watering showdown with Group B leaders Switzerland in Lisbon on Tuesday
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    Places: India |  Europe |  S. Europe |  Iberia |  Portugal |  W. Europe |  Switzerland | 

Business

  • Liechtenstein's LGT Bank plays up princely ties to woo Asian clients
    Liechtenstein's LGT Bank plays up princely ties to woo Asian clients

    , reuters.com

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Liechtenstein's LGT Bank, owned by the mini-state's ruling family, hopes to stand out in Asia's crowded private banking market by touting the clan's own track record of preserving wealth. LGT is trying to tap into Asia's emerging ranks of millionaires and billionaires, a similar strategy to bigger rivals like UBS and Credit Suisse. But unlike LGT, they don't have a prince as CEO
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Society & Culture

Entertainment & Arts

  • Zurich Film Festival ehrt Glenn Close
    Zurich Film Festival ehrt Glenn Close

    , vaterland.li

    Das Zurich Film Festival verleiht seinen diesjährigen Golden Icon Award an die Schauspielerin Glenn Close für ihr Lebenswerk. An der Verleihungsgala vom 1. Oktober wird ihr neuer Film "The Wife" gezeigt.
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    Tags: Film |  Film Festivals | 
    Places: Europe |  W. Europe |  Liechtenstein |  Switzerland | 

Law & Crime

  • Swiss open criminal case against ex-FIFA official Valcke, beIN CEO
    Swiss open criminal case against ex-FIFA official Valcke, beIN CEO

    , thestar.com.my

    ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss prosecutors have opened a criminal proceeding against former FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke and Qatar's beIN Media Chief Executive Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the latest escalation in their ongoing investigation into corruption in soccer. "It is suspected that Jerome Valcke accepted undue advantages from a businessman in the sports rights sector in connection with the award of media rights for certain countries at the FIFA World Cups in 2018, 2022, 2026 and 2030 and from Nasser Al-Khelaifi in connection with the award of media rights for certain countries at the FIFA World Cups in 2026 and 2030," Switzerland's Office of the Attorney General (OAG) said on Thursday
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    Places: Malaysia |  Europe |  W. Europe |  Switzerland | 

Science & Nature

  • Diverse landscapes are more productive and adapt better to climate change
    Diverse landscapes are more productive and adapt better to climate change

    , phys.org

    Ecosystems with high biodiversity are more productive and stable towards annual fluctuations in environmental conditions than those with a low diversity of species. They also adapt better to climate-driven environmental changes. These are the key findings environmental scientists at the University of Zurich made in a study of about 450 landscapes harbouring 2,200 plants and animal species. The dramatic, worldwide loss of biodiversity is one of today's greatest environmental problems
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