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Switzerland offers support to Syria and Turkey after major quake

Swissinfo 06 Feb 2023
Over 900 people have died and more than 5,000 are injured in Turkey, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday ... Switzerland is ready to provide emergency relief,” Interior... .

Austria and Switzerland: 10 dead in avalanches in Alps over weekend (UPDATE)

Sott 06 Feb 2023
The dangerous conditions there and in Switzerland have already claimed five lives ... ....

Weekend Avalanches Kill 11 In Switzerland, Austria And Italy

MENA FN 06 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - Swissinfo) Site of the deadly avalanche in the Val Segnas region, above Disentis, in canton Graubu–nden on February 4, 2023. Kantonspolizei Graubu–nden Two off-piste skiers died when ... .

Russian patriarch Kirill spied in Switzerland for KGB in 70s: media

The Hindu 06 Feb 2023
The two papers said they had gained access to the file in the Swiss national archives ....

Survey reinforces working mother stigma in Switzerland

Swissinfo 06 Feb 2023
The results of the survey from research institute Sotomo suggest that the stigma of working mothers remains in Switzerland ... In 2021, The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) criticised Switzerland ...

Putin’s Patriarch Kirill spied for KGB in Switzerland

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Feb 2023
The leader of the Russian Orthodox Church was a KGB agent when he lived in Switzerland in the 1970s, according to declassified archives ... .

Russian Patriarch Kirill Spied in Switzerland for KGB in 70s – Media

Moscow Times 06 Feb 2023
The Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill, a strong supporter of President Vladimir Putin, worked for Soviet intelligence while living in Switzerland in the 1970s, Swiss newspapers reported, citing declassified archives ... news Patriarch Kirill ... Read more ... Gundyaev also insisted that his uncle had had a special appreciation for Switzerland ... Read more about.

Switzerland's solar dam: Sun and snow the perfect mix for green energy drive

Reuters 06 Feb 2023
LINTHAL, Switzerland, Feb 6 (Reuters) - A snaking wall of solar panels has been attached to Switzerland's longest dam as the landlocked nation looks to maximise its green energy production in the winter months ... Switzerland's government is also making it easier for solar energy to become more prevalent.

Switzerland stun Germany to qualify for Davis Cup Finals

Inside The Games 06 Feb 2023
Switzerland recorded a big upset in Davis Cup qualifying, stunning fourth seeds Germany in a five-match thriller in Trier to clinch one of the 12 Finals berths. A total of 12 qualifying ties were played by 24 teams to finalise the group stage line-up, scheduled for September 12 to 17 ... .

Seven new species of whitefish described in Central Switzerland

Phys Dot Org 06 Feb 2023
Of these, seven have been described as distinct species for the first time—although in two cases this required inspection of specimens from historical collections, since eutrophication of lakes in the 20th century also led to the extinction of fish species in Central Switzerland ... A reflection of Switzerland.

Avalanches in Alps Kill at Least 11, as Weather Hampers Rescues

New York Times 06 Feb 2023
Deaths were reported in Austria, Italy and Switzerland over the weekend. Heavy snowfall and high winds have increased the danger for skiers, officials said ... .


Bitchute 05 Feb 2023
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