Swiss Press Photo Muslims gather outside the parliament building in Bern to protest against the Mohammed cartoons 36-year-old Bernese photographer Peter Gerber of the Espace Media Foundation won the SFr10,000 top prize for this picture. It was taken for the SonntagsBlick newspaper. (Keystone/Swiss Press Photo/Peter Gerber) swissinfo.ch A shareholder dwarfs chairman Marcel Ospel at the UBS annual shareholders meeting in Basel The winner in the portrait category was the Keystone photographer Georgios Kefalas of Basel. (Keystone/Swiss Press Photo/Georgios Kefalas) swissinfo.ch Hurricane Katrina hits New Orleans Photographer Didier Ruef of the Pixsil agency won the prize in the foreign category for his photo reportage. (Keystone/Swiss Press Photo/Pixsil.com/Didier Ruef) swissinfo.ch Disappointed football fans in Lucerne after the Switzerland-Ukraine World Cup match The sport award went to the Lucerne photographer Eveline Bachmann. The picture was taken for the Neue Luzerner Zeitung newspaper. (Keystone/Swiss Press Photo/Neue LZ/Eveline Bachmann) swissinfo.ch Renowned Basel architect Jacques Herzog in San Francisco, United States The freelance photographer Thomas Kern of Lookat Photos took the award in the art and culture category. (Keystone/Swiss Press Photo Award/lookatonline.com/Thomas Kern) swissinfo.ch Dancers before a show at a night club in Lugano Freelance photographer Yann Gross won first prize in the everyday and environment category for his photo reportage "The end of Switzerland". The series was originally published in "Das Magazin". (Keystone/Swiss Press Photo/Yann Gross) swissinfo.ch The 2006 winners of the renowned photography prize. This content was published on December 8, 2006 December 8, 2006 More More The changing face of International Geneva International Geneva is an important hub for multilateralism. But it is facing some unprecedented challenges. Contributions under this article have been turned off. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Download the SWIplus app and stay informed Do you want to stay informed abroad? Now our app SWIplus offers even more Switzerland: with news, stories and our briefing!
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