The loss will see the Swiss drop to second in the ATP rankings behind Rafael Nadal.
Valletta, Malta’s small but mighty capital, still feels like one of the Med’s undiscovered gems. But it won’t stay that way for long. The Local’s commercial editor, Sophie Miskiw, explored this year’s Capital of Culture and can’t wait to go back.
A tractor driven by three ardent Swiss football fans has arrived in the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad ahead of the World Cup encounter between Switzerland and Serbia on Friday.
Europe’s first business school continues to attract students from all around the world.
The match is full of symbolic importance.
Switzerland saw its hottest day of the year on Wednesday with temperatures above 30C in many places.
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The Pope will hold a mass in the Swiss city at 5.30pm.
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From 'shitstorms' to 'wellness' weekends, here are seven ways Swiss German speakers make English their own.
A child born in Switzerland today will likely live to see the turn of the 22nd century. If scientists are right, the views they’ll see will have changed remarkably.
Domestic sales of Swiss-made chocolate fell by 1.3 percent in 2017, despite strong exports leading to a 2.7 percent rise in Swiss chocolate sales overall, according to a report.
Proposed changes that would have made it harder for foreigners to buy property and land have been dropped.
"If you are a newcomer, you die," one gallerist in the Swiss city says.
The introduction of quotas on the number of women serving in management and on the boards of large companies in Switzerland has come a step closer after the National Council voted – by a wafer-thin majority – to back the move.
The Basel-based Bank for International Settlements in a report warned digital currencies like bitcoin could overwhelm and break the internet if they continue to grow.
The novelty condoms infringed copyright laws, Switzerland's Federal Supreme Court has ruled.
A French delegation of Communist party members, including a senator, was arrested in Turkey on Sunday while trying to observe parliamentary and presidential polls there, the party announced.
Switzerland defended the Geneva-based body describing it as a "core body in the promotion and protection of human rights as a whole."
Voters in the southern Swiss canton of Valais rejected on Sunday a bid for the town of Sion to host the 2026 winter Olympics, according to a near-final count of ballots.