Weekends and nights, the rich Alpine state relies on France for air defense
A flight from Addis Ababa to Rome takes a surprising turn
Without multiculturalism, the Swiss would not be at the World Cup
Latest figures from anti-Assad group show at least 498 civilians killed since Jan. 22
Tehran snubs U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s suggestion that it participate from the ‘sidelines’
Adeline Morel, a 34-year-old Geneva sociotherapist who helped prisoners reintegrate into society, was, according to her friends and coworkers, a “kind, gentle, and deeply humane” person who loved her job.
That dedication …
Summertime and the livin’ is easy – especially in the Altstetten area of Zurich where, starting Aug. 26, the city’s prostitutes will have brand new, government-sponsored digs to ply their trade.
Switzerland has a unique …
Last week, Switzerland’s Federal Council announced it would introduce quotas on long-term residence permits to make immigration “more acceptable to society and compatible with its needs”
Russia’s most promising citizens are leaving the country, Geneva is no longer the crime-free city it used to be and fugitive Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda has surrendered in Rwanda
Tina Turner says she’s turning Swiss because she’s lived in Switzerland for years now. But there are tax benefits for giving up an American passport
The world’s oldest profession is now represented by a labor union in Geneva. It also has much more perks than the rest of Europe—or the world
The majority of Switzerland’s students opt for vocational training instead of college—and that does not mean the country is dumbing down
Switzerland believes its reputation as an independent mountain-fortress and refuge is being eroded by American meddling