A doctor bitten by a child infected with the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone on Monday became the first person coming from an area hit by the deadly epidemic to arrive in Switzerland.
Police in the canton of Nidwalden are seeking witnesses after the suspected murder of a 36-year-old woman whose body was found in Lake Lucerne.
The Geneva-based Red Cross said on Monday that Sudan had ended a ban on its aid operations, imposed by the government in February.
A French court on Monday upheld a 1.1-billion-euro bail payment owed by Swiss bank UBS for allegedly helping rich French clients to hide money in Switzerland.
Officers discovered the body of a 47-year-old British motorcyclist in a ravine in the canton of Graubünden after he was earlier reported missing, cantonal police said on Monday.
A Geneva politician is pushing for a law to ban restaurants from charging for tap water — a practice currently followed by certain establishments.
Switzerland's abbey of Saint Maurice, the oldest Christian monastery still in operation in the western world, kicked off a year of celebrations on Sunday to mark its 1,500th anniversary.