A Swiss assisted suicide group has expanded its services to help elderly patients who are sick but not terminally ill end their lives, it said on Thursday.
A decision by Switzerland's supreme court that giving a Nazi salute may not always be a criminal act is being met with concern inside and outside the country's borders.
Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Roche said on Thursday that Chinese investigators had paid a visit to its offices in the eastern city of Hangzhou, amid a crackdown on corruption in the country's healthcare sector.
The Geneva-based WTO on Thursday upheld a European Union ban on imports of seal products, rejecting an appeal by Canada and Norway, in a landmark ruling that said animal welfare can trump trade.
Credit Suisse is under investigation in the United States to determine if it allowed traders use its network for improper transactions, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
Lawmakers in Bern are worried that too many tourists in the Swiss capital mistake the federal parliament building for a church.
A 26-year-old Swiss man whose interest in kung fu led him to visit China as a teenager has been named a foreign ambassador for the city of Hangzhou following a global competition.