Swiss crash driver not unwell: prosecutor

Swiss crash driver not unwell: prosecutor

The driver of a coach that crashed in a Swiss alpine tunnel this week, killing 28 people, did not fall
ill and no  alcohol was detected in his blood, a prosecutor said on Friday, giving the results of an autopsy.

Why cleaning in Switzerland is a job for professionals
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Why cleaning in Switzerland is a job for professionals

There's an art to cleaning, and nowhere is this art more respected than in Switzerland - not least when you move home. For green cleaning that meets these exacting demands, you need to turn to the experts.

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British boy among Swiss bus crash victims

An 11-year-old boy of dual British and Belgian nationality was among the 22 children killed in a bus crash in Switzerland this week, British officials said on Friday.

Lower house votes for 60 percent Swissness

Lower house votes for 60 percent Swissness

Switzerland's lower house voted on Thursday on amendments to the laws as to what constitutes a “Swiss made” product.

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Swiss hotels most expensive in the world

Swiss hotels are the most expensive in the world, according to a study by Hotels.com.

Al-Qaeda kidnaps Swiss woman: Yemeni officials

Al-Qaeda kidnaps Swiss woman: Yemeni officials

Suspected Al-Qaeda militants have kidnapped a Swiss woman and are holding her in the southeastern province of Shabwa, a provincial chief and a security official told AFP on Friday.

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Teacher plays strip poker with class

A school teacher known only as Peter C has been accused of playing strip poker with his 12- to 13-year-old pupils and instructing them to watch porn for homework.

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First bus crash survivors back in Belgium

The first survivors of a bus crash that shocked Belgium returned to a national day of mourning Friday, after grieving parents laid flowers at the Swiss Alps tunnel site where 22 school children
died.