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Fifa bans Nepal's football president over bribery

Fifa bans Nepal's football president over bribery

Fifa on Monday banned Nepal's football chief for 10 years and the president of the Laos federation for two years for bribery.

Swiss right calls for army to reinforce borders

Swiss right calls for army to reinforce borders

Swiss defence minister Ueli Maurer has called for Switzerland to use the army to reinforce its borders following the terrorist atrocities in Paris on Friday night, comments that have riled left-wing politicians.

Man dies on e-bike in head-on crash near Bern

Man dies on e-bike in head-on crash near Bern

A 20-year-old man died near Thörigen in the canton of Bern early on Sunday morning after the electric bike he was riding collided with a car.

Long delays build up at borders with France

Long delays build up at borders with France

Travellers crossing the border between France and Switzerland are being warned to expect delays this morning after border controls were tightened following the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.

Swiss hold minute’s silence for Paris victims

Swiss hold minute's silence for Paris victims

Switzerland will join France and many other countries around the world in respecting a minute's silence at midday on Monday to honour the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night that took the lives of at least 129 people and injured hundreds more.

Federer makes great start at ATP Tour Finals

Federer makes great start at ATP Tour Finals

Roger Federer cruised to a 6-4, 6-2 win against Tomas Berdych at the ATP Tour Finals in London on Sunday.