(UPDATED) The attacker has been identified and is believed to be on the run in a vehicle
The funeral is held in the church where the couple had attended mass before setting out on their trek in the Swiss Alps
Switzerland's Valais canton says, 'They are of Mr. Marcelin Dumoulin and his wife Francine Dumoulin, who disappeared tragically on August 15, 1942'
The bodies of a Swiss couple that disappeared in the Alps 75 years ago are found lying near each other in the Diablerets massif in southern Switzerland
Switzerland will increase reliance on hydraulic power as well as renewables like solar, wind, geothermal, and biomass
Of the 20 countries heading up the list, all but Australia and Japan are in western Europe, where virtually every nation boasts some form of universal health coverage
Some opponents of the looming Geneva salary cut say geopolitics may have influenced the decision
The man will go before the Gruyere criminal court on charges of human trafficking, encouraging prostitution, sexual acts with children and child pornography, prosecutors say
'The reason behind the attack is not yet known and will be investigated,' says the the Basel prosecutor's office
Hopes for a breakthrough remain dim with the sides still deadlocked over Bashar al-Assad's fate and violence on the ground persisting
(UPDATED) Grandchildren of immigrants will now be able to skip several steps in the lengthy process of securing a Swiss passport
(3rd UPDATE) China's President Xi Jinping uses his debut speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos to insist that globalization was irreversible despite a populist backlash in the West
(UPDATED) The former first lady is accused of creating private foundations in Switzerland from 1978 to 1984 when she was governor of Metro Manila
It will mark the first time since the eastern Mediterranean island was divided that Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders will have presented maps describing the borders of a reunified country
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This year's World Economic Forum, held in the luxury Swiss ski resort of Davos, should be seen as a call for 'responsible and responsive leadership,' says founder
Wrong documents, wrong dates, wrong government posts are cited
(UPDATED) A man bursts into a Muslim prayer hall in the Swiss city of Zurich and starts shooting, injuring 3 men, police say
The 57-kilometer Gotthard Base Tunnel cost over $11.2 billion euros to build
Voters in Switzerland thumb down a plan to close 3 of the country's 5 nuclear reactors next year
(UPDATED) Despite the failure, UN chief Ban Ki-moon 'remains hopeful that a deal can be reached this year and will personally support those efforts'
Seen by experts as the last best chance to reunify Cyprus, the make-or-break discussions in Switzerland could lead to a multi-billion-euro deal or scupper prospects of solving one of the world's longest-running political problems
Talks in Switzerland between Washington, Moscow and Syria's neighbors ended within hours of starting, with no breakthrough on halting the violence ravaging the war-torn country
With no let-up in Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's onslaught on eastern Aleppo, the sides will look at how to revive the short-lived ceasefire
The Swiss attorney general opened an investigation into the troubled 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) in August 2015 following allegations that some of the money allegedly stolen from the fund had passed through Swiss banks
(UPDATED) 'The two pilots did not survive the accident,' the army spokesman says, identifying the injured person as a 'flight assistant,' who was taken to a hospital
Measures under the law will only be used to monitor the highest-priority suspects, especially those linked to terrorism
Portugal and Switzerland are two countries with a high rate of illegal drugs use in the 1980s and the 1990s. How did they manage to turn things around?
Police spokesman Bruno Metzger says terrorism is not the 'main theory' behind the attack which injured 6 passengers
(4th UPDATE) 'We can neither exclude nor affirm that this was a terrorist act,' says Saint Gallen regional police spokesman Bruno Metzger
'Is there another way to achieve the same result and make drug addicts or users surrender or cooperate with authorities without capitalizing on the threat of death?'
(3rd UPDATE) Final results show 76.9% of Swiss voters oppose a proposal to give everyone in the country unconditional basic income
In a global first, the Swiss will vote on a radical proposal to provide the entire population with an unconditional, basic income
(UPDATED) Headaches are likely to persist over the call for the Syrian regime and rebels to agree on a framework for a political transition
The plane is expected to cross the United States, stopping in New York before a trans-Atlantic flight to Europe, from where the pilots plan to make their way back to the point of departure in Abu Dhabi
'I find my mother tongue to be such an important part of my identity that I cannot imagine denying it to my own children'
UN envoy Staffan de Mistura 'does not have the right to put pressure on anybody' and 'should not take anybody's side,' says a source close to the Syrian government
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However, hopes for a breakthrough at the talks remained remote with both sides locked in a bitter dispute over the future of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
(UPDATED) 'It cannot start with the presence of the regime, or the head of this regime still in power'
Walid Muallem also says that the government delegation to the Geneva talks due to start on Monday will wait no more than 24 hours for the opposing side to arrive
(UPDATED) The poll comes at a time when many European countries are hardening their attitudes to migrants after more than a million arrived on the continent last year
Swiss people will vote whether foreign criminals should be automatically deported even for minor offenses
But the world's biggest food and beverage conglomerate says its organic growth is good
Staffan de Mistura's brief is to coax the warring parties in a conflict that has killed more than 260,000 people into 6 months of indirect talks in Switzerland
Foreign authorities investigating suspicious global fund flows are making clear the 1MDB affair is far from over and that the net may be tightening
Benoit Violier's death is not, however, the first suicide of a renowned French chef in recent years while several others have closed their restaurants, citing high levels of pressure
The UN special envoy for Syria fought to keep alive the biggest diplomatic push yet to end the Syrian war as Washington urged both sides in fragile peace talks to seize the moment
Swiss prosecutors believe around $4 billion was stolen from Malaysian state-owned companies, including a firm with links to Prime Minister Najib Razak