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Twenty killed in plane crash in Swiss Alps

Police said they were not aware of any distress call and had not yet determined the cause of the crash.

Newcastle’s new signing Schar relishing Premier League challenge

Fabian Schar, newly-signed Newcastle defender, wants to prove himself in the Premier League

1MDB lawyer who worked with Goldman targeted in Swiss probe

The lawyer and a former top executive with 1MDB are being investigated for bribery, misconduct in public office, money laundering and criminal mismanagement.

4 tourists killed in Tajikistan, could be terrorist act

The tourists, from the US, Switzerland and the Netherlands, were killed on Sunday. 3 more, from Switzerland, the Netherlands and France, were injured - one of whom was also stabbed.

Lindt continues to challenge Hershey on home ground

The maker of Lindor chocolate balls is expanding a plant in Stratham, New Hampshire, over the next four years, constructing high-tech production lines for premium chocolate, the company said Tuesday.

Swiss: Bank AG Rothschild langgar peraturan pengubahan wang dalam kes 1MDB

Pihak berkuasa kewangan Switzerland berkata ia kini mengkaji semula langkah diambil institusi itu untuk mengetatkan prosedurnya.

Long-awaited rebound in Swiss stocks may be bad news for Europe

When the performance of Swiss stocks increases, stocks in the rest of Europe tend to suffer.

Swiss, Danish, Swedish currencies most exposed to trade war

The trade war between the US and China will have an outsized impact on the currencies of Switzerland, Denmark, and Sweden because these countries have small, open economies.

Indonesia has a chocolate problem

A millennial re-imagining of the chocolate-malt drink Milo - one of the region’s favourite treats - into Es Kepal Milo, which translates as “Milo on round ice”, might just turn things around.

Liverpool sign Switzerland forward Shaqiri on long-term deal

The details of the deal were not disclosed but local media said Shaqiri had joined on a five-year contract after Liverpool paid his 13.5 million pounds ($17.86 million) release clause.

Singapore says Hong Kong declined 2016 request to arrest Jho Low

The request for assistance was sent to the Hong Kong Department of Justice, says a police representative.

Swiss government must improve anti-corruption measures, says review

The SFAO review said that reforms were necessary to reduce corruption in Switzerland.

Swiss to revisit talks on full treaty with EU after summer...

Negotiations to formalise ties now covered by around 100 separate accords have come to a slowdown in recent weeks.

Switzerland weighs relaxing marijuana ban

It also proposed making it easier for people to access medical marijuana to treat conditions like multiple sclerosis or cancer.

Sweden edge Switzerland 1-0 to reach quarterfinals

After beating Switzerland, Sweden will play against either England or Colombia in the semifinals.

Swiss museum, Cézanne heirs reach deal over painting in Nazi-era trove

La Montagne Sainte-Victoire, painted by Paul Cézanne, will remain owned by the Bern Museum of Fine Art.

Swiss turn to Shaqiri to prove his worth on the world...

Switzerland are hoping that Xherdan Shaqiri will lead them to victory over Sweden.

Swiss set up Sweden clash after 2-2 draw with Costa Rica

Switzerland, driven on by the inventive Shaqiri who is having a fantastic World Cup, ended Group E as runners-up to Brazil who beat Serbia 2-0.

‘Case closed’ over eagle goal celebrations, says Switzerland’s Behrami

Valon Behrami said that Switzerland would now avoid any controversy in their goal celebrations.

FIFA investigates Swiss players’ pro-Kosovo World Cup celebrations

FIFA bans all political messages or symbols in stadiums. Xhaka and Shaqiri could be banned for up to two games if they are found to have breached FIFA regulations.

Swiss mental toughness turned game around, coach says

Switzerland's never-say-die attitude and will to win was the key to turning around a match in which they had been pummelled by Serbia for much of the first half, Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic said on Friday.

Shaqiri snatches last-gasp 2-1 win for Swiss over Serbia

The result left Brazil, 2-0 winners over Costa Rica, top with four points, ahead of Switzerland on goal difference with Serbia on three.

Serbia take on Switzerland in Group E with Brazil looming

If Serbia beat Switzerland, they advance to the round of 16 for the first time since 1998.

Swiss coach wants more recognition after Brazil draw

Vladimir Petković was suitably impressed by his team's efforts in drawing 1-1 against Brazil.

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