Read more about the article Dad Of Two Dead After Avalanche On Swiss Mountain Buried Him Alive
Image shows the area around the mountainous village of San Bernardino, canton of Grisons, in Switzerland, where the incident happened, undated photo. A 56-eyar-old man died in the hospital after being buried by an avalanche on Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022. (Kantonspolizei Graubuenden/Newsflash)

Dad Of Two Dead After Avalanche On Swiss Mountain Buried Him Alive

A father has died in hospital after he and his son were swept away by an avalanche on a Swiss mountain. The man was travelling with his wife and their…

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Read more about the article 60 Per Cent Of Creepy Crawlies Are Threatened With Extinction
Image shows a true leaf insect or a walking leaf, undated photo. The Zurich Zoo in Switzerland raised awareness against the global insect biodiversity loss on Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. (Zoo Zurich, Rita Schlegel/Newsflash)

60 Per Cent Of Creepy Crawlies Are Threatened With Extinction

A Swiss zoo has predicted that almost 60 per cent of all insect species in the country are threatened with extinction. Experts from Zurich Zoo say that the declining insect…

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Read more about the article Nobleman’s Medieval Graffiti  Found In Jerusalem Holy Tomb
Photo shows the inscription and family emblem of Adrian von Bubenberg in the Holy Complex on Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Israel. Written sources record that Adrian von Bubenberg came on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1466. (Shai Halevy, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Nobleman’s Medieval Graffiti Found In Jerusalem Holy Tomb

Graffiti drawn by a knight from the Middle Ages has been discovered more than 500 years later in King David's Tomb in Jerusalem. A charcoal scrawling shows the name of…

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Read more about the article Boffins Feed Power From Idle Electric Cars Back Into National Grid
Image shows an electric vehicle by Swiss pilot project "V2X Suisse" that can be used as a power bank. (obs, Mobility, Mobility Genossenschaft/Newsflash)

Boffins Feed Power From Idle Electric Cars Back Into National Grid

Seven Swiss companies have turned 50 electric cars into power banks by feeding electricity from their batteries back into the grid when not driven to fill current energy gaps. The…

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Read more about the article British Man Dies While Swimming In Swiss Lake
Picture shows Vorderer Schwendisee, Switzerland, undated. A 43-year-old unidentified Briton died here in a swimming accident, on Friday, Aug. 26, 2022. (Kantonspolizei St. Gallen/Newsflash)

British Man Dies While Swimming In Swiss Lake

A British man died while trying to swim towards a platform in the middle of a Swiss lake. The tragedy took place on the small lake of Schwendisee in St.…

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Read more about the article Swiss Glaciers Lose Half Their Volume In 85 Years, Study Shows
The Marjelenalp glacier in Switzerland, pictured in 2021. Scientists reconstructed the retreat of glaciers using historical photo material and came to the conclusion that the volume of the glaciers halved between 1931 and 2016, in Switzerland. (VAW, ETH Zurich/Newsflash)

Swiss Glaciers Lose Half Their Volume In 85 Years, Study Shows

Switzerland’s glaciers have decreased by around 50 per cent within 85 years - and are now melting at an even faster rate. Experts studied tens of thousands of period photographs…

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Read more about the article Global Warming Reveals Swiss Mountain Route Unseen Since Roman Times
Photo shows the Tsanfleuron Pass in the Swiss Alps in an undated photo. It reappeared after being buried under ice for over 2000 years in August, 2022. (Glacier 3000/Newsflash)

Global Warming Reveals Swiss Mountain Route Unseen Since Roman Times

A Swiss mountain pass buried under ice for more than 2,000 years has reappeared due to global warming. The ice covering the pass between Scex Rouge and Tsanfleuron in the…

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Read more about the article Melting Swiss Glacier Reveals Human Skulls And 50-Year-Old Plane Crash
Image shows the plain wreckage in the Swiss Alps in an undated photo. Switzerland's melting glaciers revealed the remains of a plane that crashed on Sunday, June 30, 1968. (Konkordiahuette/Newsflash)

Melting Swiss Glacier Reveals Human Skulls And 50-Year-Old Plane Crash

Global warming has revealed gruesome human skulls and parts of a crashed plane entombed beneath an Alpine glacier for more than 50 years. The Piper PA-28 Cherokee had not been…

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