Since the end of WW2, the Swiss have kept a strategic reserve of coffee in case of national emergency. That might be about to change.
The Grand Prix D’Horlogerie is the watch industry’s equivalent of the Oscars. From diamond encrusted showstoppers to the most intricate and mechanical of creations, there's a lot to admire.
The clock is ticking down to an awards ceremony recognising the world's best new watches.
The Greens made strong gains in Switzerland's election on Sunday while the far-right party lost ground, final results showed.
Growing concern over the environment and Switzerland's relationship with the European Union are at the centre of campaigns to reshape the country's parliament
It's widely regarded as one of the finest novels ever written on humankind’s conflicting desires to fight and live together.
The protesters gathered for a march in the streets of Lausanne on Friday to kick off a planned second global school strike for climate action
Greater Geneva will turn off its public lights for a night to bring awareness to the effects of light pollution.
The Pizol "has lost so much substance that from a scientific perspective it is no longer a glacier."
Activists interrupted a session of the Swiss Federal Assembly on Thursday to call for more action to tackle the climate crisis.
A special live broadcast from CERN, the world's largest particle physics laboratory, where scientists are trying to unlock the secrets of our universe.
Countries to limit sales of African elephants to zoos
Mako sharks are known as cheetah of the ocean for their speed
Inversion takes place when air temperature increases with height as opposed to decreasing at higher altitudes.
Anni Lanz, 73, is to appeal a conviction and 800 Swiss francs (€735) fine for helping a homeless Afghan asylum seeker into Switzerland.
One company ships Swiss alpine air in cans almost 20,000km to Asia.
Mako sharks and African elephants are on the agenda of member states attending a wildlife convention in Geneva.
The World Wildlife Conference on Trade in Endangered Species, known as CITES, takes place every three years.
Today marks the 70th anniversary of the agreement of the fourth and final Geneva Convention following an 85-year process of defining the rules of war
The search continued in Chamoson after two people were carried away in a car during a violent storm.
The traditional Geneva fireworks took place on the August 10 in the harbour, lighting up the skies over lake Leman with 2.5 tonnes of gunpowder.
Thunberg, 16, is attending the five-day Smile For Future event in Lausanne, Switzerland, which will culminate in a "Fridays For Future" strike — also known as "school strike for climate."
Researchers in Switzerland have developed a technology which allows people with severely impaired motor functions to play video games, using only their minds.
Caster Semenya will not be allowed to compete at the World Championships later this year after the Swiss court overturned its ruling on testosterone regulations.
"The speed of global warming has never been as high as it is today," a study released on Wednesday has found.
Swiss minister under fire for tobacco sponsorship of Expo pavilion