A district court on Tuesday sentenced a 46-year-old Spaniard to 20 years in prison for savagely stabbing his girlfriend to death at a bus stop in the city of Bern in the summer of 2013.
Jonas Medin, who left Sweden to follow his wife to Basel, Switzerland, misses the generous paid paternity leave allowed in his home country and laments the fact more Swedish men do not take advantage of the benefit.
Construction workers walked off 100 building sites in Zurich on Tuesday, following similar job action in the canton of Ticino the day before.
TAG Heuer, the Swiss watchmaker which is part of the French luxury goods group LVMH, showed off its first Internet-connected wristwatch Monday designed with Google and Intel.
Unemployment in Switzerland worsened in October, rising to 3.3 percent from 3.2 percent the previous month and 3.1 percent a year earlier, according to government figures released on Tuesday.