"This is one of the best weeks of my life," said the Swiss tennis star after claiming the title.
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Getting rid of the card could mean a reduction in full-fare journeys for everyone.
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Even the fireworks display is in doubt.
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Academy director says teachers were being forced to act as "psychologists" in the lead-up to the traditional end-of-course events.
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In ‘open cellars’ season, The Local raises a glass to the Swiss wine industry.
Under the plan, repeat offenders will be tracked nationally across different modes of transport.
Swiss woman Anna Göldi was beheaded in 1782 – decades after the last execution for witchcraft in Germany.
The Alpine nation has experienced a boom in popularity among intelligence communities in recent years but those days may now be over.
Police at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos were equipped with the pistol, authorities have confirmed.
The 2017 results are tough to swallow for the Swiss giant.
A petition to ban smoking in Austria's bars and restaurants has collected 100,000 signatures in less than three days, meaning the issue will now have to be debated in parliament.
Investigators believe that Novartis overcharged the Greek state by some €3 billion.
"It's very surprising how good things went today," Federer said after his first round match at the ABN AMRO tournament in Rotterdam.