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Germany and Switzerland train ahead of Nations League match
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Yemen gov’t, Houthis agree to exchange over 1,000 prisoners
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Switzerland debates culling its wolves
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Protest against China slave camps, 'genocide' of Uyghurs outside UN office
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Tamara Ecclestone welcomes baby daughter Serena
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The Whitepod Eco-luxury hotel & Alpine Experience In Valais, Switzerland
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How low-burping cows could put a dent on emissions
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Europe's 5G dilemma: technical revolution or threat to citizens' health?
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Unreported Europe: 5G fears and unanswered questions
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Teacher dresses head-to-toe in pink and decorates home to match
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New Study Offers Hope For Adult Dyslexics
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Air bridges: Czech Republic and Switzerland join England's quarantine list
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World's first parachute jump from solar-powered plane
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Spain beat Switzerland as Traore makes competitive debutA first-half strike from Real Sociedad's Mikel Oyarzabal seals a comfortable win for Spain in the Nations League in Madrid.
Mali hostages: Swiss woman killed last monthSophie Pétronin, one of four hostages released this week, alerted French officials to the killing.
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Switzerland gets ready to vote on ending free movement with EUSwitzerland isn't in the EU, but it does enjoy access to free trade - on condition of it also having free movement.
Tour de France 2020: Marc Hirschi of Team Sunweb wins his first Tour stageSwitzerland’s Marc Hirschi takes stage 12 of the Tour de France for his first-ever stage win.
Caster Semenya loses appeal against the restriction of testosterone levels in female runnersCaster Semenya loses her appeal to Switzerland's Federal Supreme Court against the restriction of testosterone levels in female runners.
Nations League: Germany held by Switzerland as winless run continuesGermany's wait for their first Nations League win continues after being held to a 1-1 draw by Switzerland.
Coronavirus: Switzerland latest to join UK's quarantine listTravellers in Switzerland, Jamaica and Czech Republic must quarantine on return from Saturday.
World Snooker Championship 2020: Barry Hawkins through, Stephen Maguire outWorld number 15 Barry Hawkins makes light work of Swiss debutant Alexander Ursenbacher with a 10-2 victory at the World Championship in Sheffield.
Infantino to continue as Fifa president amid criminal investigationFifa president Gianni Infantino will remain in the role while he is a subject of a criminal investigation by Swiss prosecutors.
Fifa president Infantino faces legal proceedingsSwiss prosecutors launch legal proceedings against Fifa president Gianni Infantino over alleged secret meeting with Swiss attorney general.
Germany's Ritter Sport wins square chocolate battle against MilkaSwiss chocolate-maker Milka challenged the German bar's right to be the only square bar in Germany.
Fiat offices raided over diesel emissions fraud claimsInvestigators visit sites in Germany, Italy and Switzerland, and two UK firms are asked to provide documents.
Coronavirus: The great contact-tracing apps mysteryGermany and Switzerland are not sure how well their apps are working as the data is out of bounds.
Tiger kills Zurich zookeeper in front of visitors and staffThe 55-year-old woman was attacked in a Siberian tiger enclosure at a zoo in the Swiss city.
Colombian army rescues abducted Swiss and Brazilian touristsThe Swiss and Brazilian tourists were kidnapped by dissidents from the former Farc rebel movement.
Swiss women stage a mass scream over domestic violence, pay gapWomen across Switzerland let loose with screams during a national protest on Sunday, demanding equal treatment and an end to violence at the hands of men.
Swiss search for owner of gold haul left on trainThe hoard, worth around £152,000, was found left behind on a train in Switzerland last October.
Germany to end border controls with France, Austria, Denmark on June 15Germany will lift border controls with Switzerland, France, Austria and Denmark on June 15, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday, adding the government would reconsider if the coronavirus..
Swiss anti-racism protesters march in Geneva during Floyd funeralSome 5,000 people in the Swiss multicultural city of Geneva marched in protest at racial discrimination on Tuesday as the funeral of George Floyd was taking place in the United States.
Slovenia opens borders to citizens of 14 statesSlovenia has opened its borders to citizens of 14 states, including Germany and Switzerland, who can now travel to and from Slovenia without any coronavirus restrictions, the government said on its..
Swiss parliament paves way for coronavirus tracing app rollout this monthSwitzerland's lower house of parliament gave a preliminary green light on Monday to contact tracing app SwissCovid, which should roll out this month to help contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Swiss Alps yearn for the sound of touristsThe hills come alive again with the noise of mountain railways and cable cars.
Swiss to open borders to Europeans on June 15Switzerland plans to open its borders to European Union countries, EFTA members and Britain on June 15, the government said on Friday, bringing forward its timetable as cases of the novel coronavirus..
Court upholds Swiss officer's graft conviction for Russia bear huntA Swiss court upheld on Friday the conviction of an ex-aide to Attorney General Michael Lauber for accepting gifts from Russian prosecutors, including a week-long bear hunt in Siberia's Kamchatka..
Swiss say ready to help U.S., Iran with more releasesSwitzerland confirmed its role on Thursday in the "humanitarian gesture" that led to the release of two detainees, American Michael White and Iranian Majid Taheri, saying it stood ready for "further..
Swiss foreign ministry declines comment on U.S. detainee in IranA Swiss foreign ministry spokesman declined to comment on Thursday on tweets by U.S. President Donald Trump saying that Michael White, has left Iranian airspace on a Swiss plane.
Swiss court blocks extradition of alleged PKK functionary to GermanyA Swiss court blocked the extradition to Germany of an alleged regional leader of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), ruling that German authorities had not made enough of a case against the man whose..
Swiss gays hope for marriage equality ahead of parliamentary voteWhen civil partnerships were legalised in Switzerland in January 2007, gay couple Laurent Marmier and Yves Bugnon completed the paperwork that same month, making them among the first to take advantage..
Germany to lift travel ban in Europe from June 15Germany will lift a travel ban for European Union member states plus Britain, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland from 15 June as long as there are no entry bans or large-scale lockdowns in..
Federer becomes world's highest paid athleteSwiss tennis player Roger Federer overtakes footballer Lionel Messi as the world's highest paid athlete for 2020, according to Forbes.
Theatres, cinemas, summer camps to reopen as Swiss relax virus curbsSwitzerland said on Wednesday it would lift curbs on larger public gatherings next month and free up travel within Europe's 26-nation Schengen zone by July 6, further easing restrictions on public life..
Swiss relax coronavirus rules further as new cases ebbSwitzerland unveiled plans on Wednesday to reopen borders to all its neighbours except Italy and to allow larger public gatherings, further easing restrictions on public life as the novel coronavirus..
Swiss aim to restore free movement within Schengen zone by July 6The Swiss government wants to restore free movement of people with other Schengen zone member countries by July 6, it said on Wednesday, further easing restrictions on public life as the novel..
Swiss to allow events of up to 300 people from June 6The Swiss government said public and private events of up to 300 people and spontaneous gatherings of up to 30 people would be allowed again from June 6, further easing restrictions as the COVID-19..
Swiss to announce further relaxation of coronavirus rules: NZZSwitzerland will decide on Wednesday on further relaxations of restrictions brought in to stem the spread of the new coronavirus, including how to reopen nightclubs and football stadiums, the Neue..
Swiss trial begins of banker alleged to have ignored 1MDB warningsA banker went on trial in Switzerland on Tuesday charged with failing to sound the alarm over millions of dollars linked to scandal-tainted Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.
Swiss launch impeachment process against attorney general over FIFA conductSwiss Attorney General Michael Lauber moved closer to being removed from office after a parliamentary committee started an impeachment process against him over his investigation into corruption..
Swiss attorney general answers questions ahead of possible impeachmentSwiss Attorney General Michael Lauber attended a meeting of the parliamentary judicial committee on Wednesday to answer questions about how he handled an investigation into corruption at soccer body..
Relaxed Swiss borders will reunite families and loversSwitzerland, Germany, and Austria begin relaxing restrictions, ahead of a full reopening.
Lovers kept apart by coronavirus reunited as border fence comes downHe happens to live in Switzerland. She happens to live in Germany. Before the coronavirus, that didn't mean much for Lukas and Leonie, a cross-border couple. Then suddenly, a fence was built between..
Austria's Swiss and Liechtenstein borders to fully reopen on June 15Austria has struck the same border-opening agreement with Switzerland and Liechtenstein as the one it previously announced with Germany, to fully allow travel from June 15, Austrian Chancellor..
Swiss attorney general is called for questioning in next stage of impeachment processSwiss Attorney General Michael Lauber has been called in for questioning over how he handled an investigation into corruption surrounding the world soccer body FIFA, a step towards his possible..
Swiss doctor taps his past to help Zurich meet PPE needsLove led a young Swiss doctor to emigrate to South Africa, his wife's home country. Years later, love for his disabled child brought him back to Switzerland.
Austria says plans to fully reopen border with SwitzerlandAustria the same basic plan for reopening its borders with Switzerland and Liechtenstein as for its frontier with Germany, which it has already announced will fully reopen on June 15, Chancellor..
Austria's Kurz aims to lift border controls to Switzerland by JuneAustria aims to ease some border controls with Switzerland within days and to end all controls by June, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told Swiss broadcaster SRF on Tuesday, as countries push ahead with..
Excited children, anxious parents - Swiss go back to schoolThousands of Swiss children returned to school on Monday, many excited to be reunited with their classmates after a nearly two-month break due to the new coronavirus, although some parents had..
Swiss back-to-school angst illustrates worries around easing lockdownsGetting children back into classrooms may seem like a reassuring step toward normalcy after weeks of coronavirus lockdown but for some parents in Switzerland like Audrey Razama, it's a source of..
More than 1,000 queue for food in rich Geneva amid virus shutdownMore than 1,000 people queued up on Saturday to get free food parcels in Geneva, underscoring the impact of the coronavirus epidemic on the working poor and undocumented immigrants even in wealthy..