Switzerland will soon have to be more open about the bank details of foreigners after the European Commission changes its rules.
The search is all but over for a subatomic particle that is a crucial building block of the universe.
A longtime employee opened fire at a wood-processing company, in Switzerland's second multiple-fatality shooting in two months.
If there is one place bankers should be able to let down their guard a little, you would think it would be at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Swiss media say two trains have collided in northern Switzerland and several people were injured.
A Swiss court has wiped out an annual debt that farmers have had to pay the Catholic Church for 655 years.
A shooting in southern Switzerland has left three women dead nad two men wounded.
Swiss banking giant UBS AG is to cut as many as 10,000 employees, or some 15 percent of its staff, to drastically shrink its ailing investment bank.
A self-styled healer has been indicted by a Swiss court on charges that he intentionally infected 16 people with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, in cases going back more than a decade.
A Kiwi man has died while base jumping in Switzerland, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed.
King Albert II and thousands of mourners remembered the 28 victims of last week's bus crash in a Swiss tunnel during a memorial service centring on the 22 schoolchildren whose promise of youth was shattered by sudden death.
Relatives of the 28 people killed when a bus from Belgium crashed inside a Swiss tunnel faced a heartbreaking task: identifying the bodies ahead of their repatriation. Most of the dead were children.
The Belgian prime minister declared today a national day of mourning for the 28 who died in a bus crash.
A tour bus carrying schoolchildren home from a class trip slammed head-on into a tunnel wall in the Swiss Alps, killing 22 Belgian students and six adults and instantly changing a joyous skiing vacation into a tragedy spanning two European nations.
A tourist bus crashed head-on into a concrete wall in a Swiss Alps tunnel, killing 28 people, mostly children returning from a ski vacation. Swiss police say it was not speeding at the time.
A bus carrying Belgian students returning from a ski holiday crashed into a wall in a Swiss tunnel, killing 22 Belgian 12-year-olds and six adults.
Swiss police say one person has died and 14 are injured after an explosion at an apartment block in the western city of Yverdon-les-Bains.
Swiss customs officials say they intercepted a man at Zurich airport carrying hundreds of endangered spiders in his luggage.
Switzerland's leading chocolate makers are trying to convince their countrymen to embrace quality over quantity.
One man armed with only a computer terminal humbled a venerable banking institution yet again. This time it was Swiss powerhouse UBS, which says it lost roughly $2 billion because of a renegade trader.
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