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Swisscom CEO talks about the promise of 5G

Swisscom CEO Urs Schaeppi responds to public concerns that Switzerland is moving too fast in adopting 5G technology.

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2019 parliamentary elections What do Swiss political parties stand for?

Right, left, centre...that's how political parties are usually described. But where do they stand on the main themes dominating Swiss politics?

Nouvo Switzerland in numbers

Behind every story we report on Nouvo there’s a percentage, a number, a fact.

nouvo How to choose your candidates

Still don't know who to vote for from the 4652 people running for parliament? Take a quick test!

nouvo Switzerland in quotes

From the press to TV news, tweets or even official press releases, there are plenty of people commenting on what’s going on in Switzerland.

Take a look Picture of the week

In this series, picture editors choose an image highlighting a news event of the past seven days.

Illustrations At the School of Equality

Teachers across French-speaking Switzerland are now able to integrate gender issues into ordinary classroom activities.

Diaspora help Home for summer: Swiss Kosovars create a boom

Will future generations of Kosovars in Switzerland still prop up the "motherland"?

parliamentary elections The disappearing ritual of voting at the ballot box

As more people vote by mail, physically going to the polls is becoming rare. looks back at the ritual of voting at the ballot box.  

High resolution Switzerland as seen by the eye in the sky

Switzerland, when seen from above, opens up new perspectives – “tools for reflection”, as Swiss photographer Georg Gerster put it.

Natural disasters Rocks on mountain trails

The shrinking of the glacier has resulted in rocks falling on the mountain trail which leads up to the Lauteraar mountain hut, at 2,9392 metres ...