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The Piazza Grande Square where nightly films are shown during the Locarno Film Festival

The Piazza Grande Square where nightly films are shown during the Locarno Film Festival

(Keystone/Urs Flueeler)


Here are the top stories we’re following in the week of August 3:

(Keystone/Jean-Christophe Bott)

Monday:

What’s behind Geneva’s immigration influx, the largest since the 1960s? We analyse the data and hear the stories of some of the new arrivals.

(Keystone/Urs Flueeler)

Tuesday:

Lights, cameras, azione! The curtain goes up at the Locarno International Film Festival this week. In an interview, festival president Marco Solari stresses the importance of artistic independence and multiculturalism in Switzerland.

(Keystone/Gaetan Bally)

Wednesday:

Rural sporting camps for young people are institutions in cantons Vaud and Fribourg, but they have had to adapt to maintain their appeal.

(Keystone/Gaetan Bally)

Friday:

To mark the 200th birthday of the Swiss Academy of Sciences, we look at the institution’s legacy – both in Switzerland and the scientific world – and the significance of the “feline rock” near Nyon!





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