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Swiss in the US: Part 3 of 4 Hundreds of Swiss in ‘Land of 10,000 Lakes’

The Twin Cities Swiss American Association, founded in 1973, boasts 425 members – 43 of whom have joined in the past year.

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Digital Democracy E-voting suffers another setback amid expat Swiss concerns

The government has decided to suspend efforts to enshrine electronic voting in Swiss law, but it plans to continue trials using improved systems.

women's strike Expat Swiss weighs women's equality in UK and Switzerland

What does Leandra Bias, a Swiss woman living in London, think of Friday's nationwide women’s strike in Switzerland?

Old age in New Zealand Kiwi pension tension heads for showdown

Swiss in New Zealand often suffer when it comes to pensions, although many make use of a workaround – for the moment.

Exhibition: Switzerland Elsewhere Whatever happened to all those Swiss expats?

Meet “Müller, the Turk”. As a young man, railway worker Jakob Müller travelled from Lucerne to Istanbul – where he embarked on a storybook career.

Head count Swiss expat community hits 760,000

The number of Swiss Abroad citizens grew by 1.1% to reach 760,200 at the end of last year. Most live in neighbouring countries and in the US.

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Supercentenarian Oldest Swiss Abroad dies at age 110

Rodolphe Buxcel, who was born in 1908, passed away last month in Michigan, United States.