Swiss authorities have agreed to return to Tunisia a private jet owned by a relative of ousted president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali after it was impounded in January, the foreign ministry said on Friday.
The Swiss Federal Criminal Court sentenced on Thursday a former employee of Credit Suisse to a two-year suspended sentence for breaching bank secrecy laws and money laundering.
Champions League surprise team FC Basel have been drawn to face German giants Bayern Munich in the knock-out stages of Europe's premier club competition.
Japanese regulators on Friday ordered the local arms of UBS and Citigroup to suspend operations for up to 30 days for allegedly trying to manipulate short-term interest rates for interbank trading.
Nearly 14 percent of people in Switzerland were exposed to the risk of poverty in 2010, according to a survey conducted by the Federal Office of Statistics.
Swiss authorities are asking citizens to watch out for falling trees, stay away from the woods, and secure loose belongings, especially Christmas lights, as thunderstorm "Joachim" moves in over the country.