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Simon Bradley in Geneva , swissinfo.ch Swiss lake tsunamis are disasters in waiting, warns Geneva University researcher Guy Simpson, co-author of a study into a giant tsunami on Lake Geneva in 563 AD triggered by a rock fall and underwater landslide.
Trade Facilitation Section. In January 2011 MSC's flotilla of 422 vessels accounted for 10.8 per cent of global shipping container capacity...This says a lot about MSC's philosophy, he told swissinfo on condition of anonymity. Aponte founded the
Swiss medical interns are learning first-hand how such struggles can lead to creative coping strategies and doctors' tenacity. Three Swiss medical students have been experiencing the Cuban health care system at one of the main hospitals in Havana.
France, Italy, England, Russia, the United States, Brazil, Benin, China, Japan No, it's not a football tournament draw. These are just some of the countries that are paying homage to Rousseau in this 300th anniversary year. It's no wonder then, at
From: United States Josean: wikipedia, or you can go to the palacio nacional and demand her to show the diplomas inmediately! Written by: josean , 25 May 2012 1:28 PM From: United States, Dedicating 4 more years to fighting the Dictatorship of the
The Hollywood action hero was in Geneva this week in his latest role as green activist to inaugurate his R20 non-profit environmental group, which has established a headquarters at Versoix, on the city outskirts. During his three-day visit
One has recently opened in Geneva, attached to the university there, offering courses in Mandarin. A second is scheduled to open in Zurich in autumn, and a third in Basel in 2013...But China's Confucius Institutes are different, leading to criticism
In a 2011 global survey (see box), Zurich was the third-most expensive city to park in on a monthly basis, setting drivers back $822 (SFr750)...Both cities were also in the top ten for daily parking rates. But the issue of car parking affects every
The Swiss-Israeli Association and Israeli officials had slammed the visit. The Swiss authorities meanwhile continue to talk to Hamas as part of a policy of dialogue with all parties to the Middle East conflict. On Wednesday evening around 100 people,
This is part of Chimiscope, an attempt by Geneva University to attract people to careers in chemistry...How on earth can a double-wall coffee mug warm up when shaken?...As the International Year of Chemistry comes to an end and three years after