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The EU says it is pondering a pilot scheme for a bloc-wide basic income for all, and this weekend the Swiss actually get to decide on the idea in one of their referendum votes, the first country to vo
The suspended president of European football’s governing body (UEFA) Michel Platini arrived at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Tuesday
Transforming teenage screams into critical acclaim, Australian heartthrob and actor Liam Hemsworth has been awarded the coveted Golden Eye Award at
Zurich tops a new list of the world’s most expensive cities. According to a report by Swiss bank UBS, monthly living costs for a family of three go
Swiss bank UBS announced a larger than expected increase in its second quarter profits on Monday, up by 25 percent. Net profits rose 53 percent on
Higher-than expected quarterly earnings leading to a jump in share price by more than one percent to a 14 month high and a new strategy shake
The Palestinians have complained for years that Israel discriminates against its players and officials, but the PFA president has been persuaded to back down on FIFA vote.
Embattled FIFA President Sepp Blatter appeared unfazed as the 65th Congress of football’s world governing body opened in Zurich. His speech to the
Protesters in Zurich demand the resignation of FIFA President Sepp Blatter. International civil rights organisation Avaaz organised the protest
Sepp Blatter appears relaxed about his reelection as FIFA president, even as world soccer’s governing body is engulfed in corruption charges. Blatter