Pronounced as Coire, Chur is the oldest city of Switzerland and archaeological evidence dates it back as far as the Pfyn culture of 3900-3500 BC. It is equipped with fine mountain setting, twisting alleys and historic buildings. The city charms visitors with several boutiques, restaurants, museums, bars and galleries. Highlights […]Read more ›
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It now becomes compulsory for Muslim girls to attend swim classes with boys. The court has justified the enforcement of full school curriculum and the successful integration of children’s into society. A Turkish origin Swiss national refused to send her teenage daughters to the compulsory mixed swim class in Basel […]Read more ›
Tanzania and Switzerland have signed a memorandum of understanding under which the Swiss government will help the East African country in recovering money parked illegally in its banks by Tanzanian nationals. The Tanzanian foreign minister Augustine Mahiga said an agreement has been signed by the two countries on several areas […]Read more ›
At least six people travellers including a 6-year-old child were injured earlier today when a 27-year-old Swiss man attacked a train in eastern Switzerland at St. Gallen. According to police statement, the attacker poured flammable liquids on the train being armed with a knife at 2:20 p.m. local time near […]Read more ›
Its a tradition in Switzerland for students to shake hands with their teachers at the beginning and end of the day. The practise cannot be exempted henceforth in any case and families of such children who fail to abide to face a fine of up to $5,000. Earlier this year […]Read more ›