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Tag: Switzerland

In a career of landmarks, Federer set for 1,500th match

20-time Grand Slam winner says it's been a solid season for him.

Ex-Credit Suisse banker admits to stashing away US$45 mil in bribes

He says at least 4 colleagues took millions from shipbuilder Privinvest Group in a scheme to defraud US investors.

Climate change study says Swiss glaciers shrink 10% in 5 years

Findings also reveal melt rates this year have reached ‘record levels’.

Swiss banks cash in as rich Britons escape Brexit chaos

Customers want to protect their assets against the possibility of high-tax Labour government coming to power.

Nadal out of Laver Cup with hand injury

Rafael Nadal is very disappointed having to withdraw but will stay to support Team Europe.

Federer beats Kyrgios to put Europe ahead in Laver Cup

Roger Federer needed 3 sets to beat Nick Kyrgios to put Team Europe back in front in the Laver Cup.

Swiss minister pessimistic on swift EU treaty

However European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has urged Bern to wrap up the accord before his term ends on Oct 31.

Zii Jia, Peng Soon-Liu Ying exit ends Malaysia’s challenge at world...

No Malaysians are left in the draw with the exits of Lee Zii Jia, Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying.

Mei Kuan-Meng Yean advance to 3rd round of BWF world championships

Doubles pairings Chow Mei Kuan-Lee Meng Yean and Tan Kian Meng-Lai Pei Jing face tough opponents today in the third round of the BWF world championships.

Winning start for Zii Jia in world meet debut

National top men's singles shuttler Lee Zii Jia cleared his first hurdle with a 21-17, 21-15 win over Brazil's Ygor Coelho at the 2019 Badminton World Championships.

Facebook’s Libra in focus as US group visits Switzerland

US lawmakers seek advice from Swiss counterpart regarding Facebook’s Libra.

Swiss to take on big pharma with cheaper cancer treatment

Swiss hospitals are hoping to offer cancer cell therapy treatment for one-third cheaper than the commercialized process offered by the pharmaceutical industry.

Swiss specialities: chocolate, cheese and … wine?

The global reputation of Switzerland's winemakers may be set for a boost, backed by a new export promotion strategy.

Lyles becomes fourth-fastest 200m runner of all-time

Lyles expected himself to run a fast time in Lausanne.

Swiss footballer confirmed dead in swimming accident

The 24-year-old has been missing since Saturday after jumping into the water from a rented boat and never resurfaced.

Swiss AG forced off Fifa corruption case after secret meetings

The Attorney General and two deputies violated key procedural rules when they failed to report and document three meetings with Fifa boss Gianni Infantino.

Swiss court denies IAAF request to reimpose testosterone rules

Semenya remains permitted to compete without restriction in the female category after the IAAF’s request was rejected.

Lembaga pengarah SRC International ke Switzerland pastikan dana selamat

Ahli lembaga pengarah SRC International melawat sebuah bank di Lugano, Switzerland pada September 2013 bagi memastikan dana milik syarikat itu disimpan dengan selamat.

Private jetsetters name Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville world’s best restaurant

Restaurant de l'Hôtel de Ville in Switzerland has topped a new restaurant ranking compiled by a luxury magazine distributed in the seatbacks of luxury jets.

Ronaldo hat-trick sends Portugal to Nations League final

Cristiano Ronaldo scores two late goals to give Portugal a 3-1 win over Switzerland in a Nations League semi-final match.

Shaqiri sticks with Liverpool, gives Swiss Nations League boost

Switzerland's Xherdan Shaqiri says he will stick around with Liverpool despite his recent lack of opportunities at the club.

Pompeo attends secretive global meet in Switzerland

The Bilderberg meeting is this year discussing a range of topics such as climate change, the future of capitalism, China, Russia and Brexit

Swiss vote to tighten gun laws, safeguard EU relations

Switzerland has a deep-rooted gun culture which stems from a tradition of national defence service.

Swiss, Brazil intensify efforts to unravel Petrobras affair

More than 130 businessmen and politicians have been convicted in Brazil, while around 70 related criminal proceedings are underway in Switzerland.