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Swiss woman convicted of terrorism after Lugano stabbing in 2020
The 29-year-old had tried to slit the throats of two women in a department store.
Swiss police investigate fake online ad campaign about energy wasting
The unofficial posters urged citizens to report their neighbours if they overheat their homes this coming winter.
Swiss tennis star Roger Federer announces his retirement
"Tennis has treated me more generously than I ever would have dreamt, and now I must recognise when its time to end my competitive career."
Ancient hiking trail revealed as Swiss glacier retreats by 15 metres
An Alpine path between two glaciers in Switzerland is emerging for what a local ski resort says is the first time in at least 2,000 years after the hottest European summer on record.
Swiss police find 23 migrants crammed into delivery van near Lucerne
Police said the migrants were locked in the van for several hours without a break.
Don’t wait for ski season to explore the Swiss Alps. Go in autumn
You don’t need to wait for ski season to enjoy Verbier. In fact, biking through the mountains might just be the best way to experience it.
Watch: Violent brawl between football fans shakes central Brussels
A cafe in Brussels centre was pelted with chairs, tables and other objects after a brawl broke out between supporters of two European football teams on Wednesday evening.
‘Pump tourism’: The new travel trend making France unhappy
French and Swiss politicians are caught up in a forecourt drama, while the world’s biggest petrol station in Luxembourg is busier than ever.
Cannabis to go on sale in Switzerland as part of study into regulation
Long stigmatised for its illicit use, scientists are now looking at the impact of legally selling cannabis
This European country is the most expensive to live and work abroad in
Looking for a cheaper city to live and work in as an expat? Head east - but forget about Hong Kong and this European country in particular.
This Swiss resort gives guests a chance to try nearly 1000 rare cigars
Guests can sample a selection from this collection of nearly 1,000 cigars.
Putin will be 'humiliated' if he has to meet Zelenskyy, says defector
Boris Bondarev, a Russian diplomat who defected after the start of the war, shares his thoughts on the Ukraine war.
'800km of traffic': European holiday season kicks off with gridlock
Hundreds of kilometres of European roads have been paralysed with gridlock this weekend as holidaymakers set off on their summer getaways.
Watch: Athletes compete in gravity-defying Highline World Championship
Last weekend for the first time ever in the sport of slacklining, a world championship took place. 31 athletes from across the globe competed in the gravity-defying competition.
Switzerland's Verbier Festival hits the high notes
Set in the stunning Swiss Alps, Cult reports from the prestigious Verbier Festival.
Swiss experts fear Alpine mountain collapse after Marmolada disaster
Experts fear sections of a Swiss mountain may collapse, threatening a village below, after a deadly avalanche at the Marmolada glacier in the Italian Alps in early July.
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The one discordant tone at the Ukraine conference in Lugano
n international conference in the Swiss city of Lugano agreed to a set of principles for re-building Ukraine, including the need for broad reforms to boost transparency and root out corruption. Leading the Ukrainian delegation was the country's Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal.
Switzerland to host international conference on rebuilding Ukraine
A two-day international conference on rebuilding Ukraine is due to start in Switzerland on Monday
Same-sex marriage in Switzerland is possible as of 1 July 2022
Legislation to open marriage to same-sex couples passed the Swiss Parliament in December 2020. The law was challenged in a referendum on 26 September 2021 by opponents of same-sex marriage and was approved with the support of 64% of voters and a majority in all 26 cantons. The law went into force
Couple among first to wed as same-sex marriage becomes legal
Switzerland is one of the last countries in western Europe to allow same-sex marriage
Switzerland spent 14 years and €2 billion on this 'water battery'
A large capacity water battery in Switzerland will help stabilise European energy grids.
Making VR worlds from the comfort of home
As VR becomes increasingly popular in the art world, a tech platform wants to democratise the medium and let anyone have a go at making it.
Twenty-five people injured after walking on hot coals in Switzerland
Police in Zurich said 13 people were hospitalised with serious injuries.
Major art fair in Switzerland shows support for Ukraine
The world's leading art fair Art Basel opens in Switzerland for its 2022 edition in a more favourable market climate after a two-year gap due to the pandemic. During a press conference, the organisers reiterated their support for Ukraine.
Flight delays after technical glitch closes Swiss airspace
Switzerland has reopened its airspace, following a short closure Wednesday morning due to a 'breakdown' at air traffic control.
The artist is sorta present: how VR is changing art
In his latest piece, Albert Oehlen asks viewers to enter his studio via VR and watch him draw a new work. The eerie experience gets you up close and personal without ever being near another actual person.