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Djokovic crushes Federer to reach Paris final

Novak Djokovic moved to within one victory of Grand Slam history Friday, crushing Roger Federer 6-4, 7-5, 6-3 to reach a first French Open final and a clash with six-time champion Rafael Nadal.

Google wins Swiss Street View privacy appeal

Google wins Swiss Street View privacy appeal

Google welcomed on Friday a ruling by Switzerland's highest court that it does not have to blur all faces and car registrations on its Street View service in the country.

Lloyds TSB International increases Euro fixed-term savings rate
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Lloyds TSB International increases Euro fixed-term savings rate

In the latest of a series of rate increases for international savers, Lloyds TSB International has raised the interest rates on its one-year Euro fixed-term deposit (FTD) account by more than 1.7 per cent to 2.65 per cent.

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Swiss ramp up Syria sanctions

Switzerland announced on Friday a toughening of sanctions against Syria, hitting the country's finance, oil and precious metal sectors.

Einstein was right: CERN scientists

Einstein was right: CERN scientists

Scientists on Friday said that an experiment which challenged Einstein's theory on the speed of light had been flawed and that sub-atomic particles -- like everything else -- are indeed bound by the
universe's speed limit.

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Swissmedic issues allergy drug alert

Allergy sufferers in Switzerland who use the emergency injection Anapen for relief are being warned not to use the drug due to a product defect.

Tobacco giant infiltrated Lausanne uni: report

Tobacco giant infiltrated Lausanne uni: report

Philip Morris, the world’s biggest producer of cigarettes, infiltrated the University of Lausanne as part of a campaign to make smoking “socially acceptable,” according to a Swiss newspaper.

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Killer amphetamines surface in Switzerland

A lethal new form of the drug ecstasy has surfaced in Switzerland, raising concerns about the risks it poses for young people.

Swiss bus crash report due this month

Swiss bus crash report due this month

The families of the Swiss coach crash that killed 22 children and six adults are to hear the findings of two expert reports on the accident later this month, ATS news agency reported on Friday.

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Swiss banks dispute Madoff liquidator claims

Swiss banks targeted by liquidators seeking claims on behalf of investors duped in the Bernard Madoff fraud scandal on Thursday disputed their involvement in the affair.