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Central Switzerland braces itself for another ‘flood of the century’

The River Simme in Wimmis, canton Bern, on Tuesday Keystone / Peter Schneider Lakes and rivers in central Swiss cantons such as Bern and Lucerne have reached dangerous levels, and more rain is forecast for Thursday and Friday. This content was published on July

S4M appoints new country managers for Benelux and Switzerland

S4M has hired Benjamin Sekkai as country manager Benelux and Sebastien Clement as country manager Switzerland to lead the drive-to-store platform and oversee the agency’s expansion into local markets. Before joining S4M, both Sekkai and Clement held senior positions at some of the industry’s

Kloten-Dietlikon Jets Women’s champion in Switzerland

Kloten-Dietlikon Jets successfully defended their title from the 2018/19 season against the UHV Skorpion Emmental Zollbrück in the Swiss Women’s Superfinal. The Jets won the tight final 4-2 and also secured a ticket to the Champions Cup. No Swiss champions were crowned last season

Today in Switzerland: A round-up of the latest news on Monday

Covid self-tests are not accurate, some doctors claim Each Swiss resident is entitled to five free self-tests per month. But  Nicolas Vuilleumier, the head of service at the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG), who is also president of the umbrella organisation of medical laboratories

Data Protection Developments In Europe – Supply Chain And Distribution…

In an increasingly interconnected world, preserving the free flow of data across borders is crucial to the prosperity of businesses operating in every industry. But over the last year, there have been a number of important data protection developments in Europe that have a

EU’s £650bn recovery fund in jeopardy: Taxation power grab sparks row …

The £650 billion bailout cash pot will be distributed, in non-repayable grants and low-cost loans, to pandemic-stricken regions and industries. To pay for the aid, the European Commission was granted unprecedented borrowing, taxation and spending powers to run up £351billion in joint debt. The

Brexit: EU and UK 'still at odds' over subsidy rules – BBC N…

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EU likely to approve J&J vaccine in early March

[ad_1] The European Union’s medicines regulator is set to recommend Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine early next month, bolstering supplies even as governments struggle to get shots into people’s arms. The European Medicines Agency’s nod is expected on March 11th, an EU official said

EU Council condemns military coup in Myanmar ready to impose sanctions…

[ad_1] Brussels [Belgium], February 22 (ANI): The European Union (EU) has strongly condemned the military coup in Myanmar and is considering sanctions against the individuals responsible for ousting the country’s civilian government, the EU Council said on Monday.“The European Union calls for de-escalation of

Greece Wants The European Union And Russia To Have Open Channels Of Co…

[ad_1] Greece is in favor of maintaining communication and dialogue channels between the European Union and Russia, said the representative of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Alexandros Papaioannou. “First of all, I would like to emphasise that we are talking about relations between