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Could Trump and Kim Jong-un meet in Switzerland?

Could Trump and Kim Jong-un meet in Switzerland?

The news that the US president has accepted an invitation to sit down to talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has sparked speculation about where such a meeting could talk place.

Getting annoyed is 'part of being Swiss’ says psychologist

Getting annoyed is 'part of being Swiss' says psychologist

Do you grumble when a train is late? Do you moan about noisy cowbells and ferry horns? Maybe you've been in Switzerland so long you're properly assimilating.

Valais students show head for heights with ‘highest class photo in Switzerland’

Valais students show head for heights with ‘highest class photo in Switzerland'

Students at the HES-SO, a higher education institution – haute école – in the Valais, achieved new heights when they participated in a rather unique class photo recently.

Five Swiss cities among top ten in Europe for cocaine use

Five Swiss cities among top ten in Europe for cocaine use

Zurich, Basel, Bern, St-Gallen and Geneva feature among the ten European cities where cocaine is most used, according to a European study.

'Car explainers' outnumber 'booth babes' at this year's Geneva Motor Show

'Car explainers' outnumber 'booth babes' at this year's Geneva Motor Show

Long synonymous with scantily-clad women draped over pricey vehicles, this year's Geneva Motor Show is almost void of 'booth babes', as automakers strive to polish their images following the #MeToo movement.

Federer still feels the pressure despite reclaiming number one spot

Federer still feels the pressure despite reclaiming number one spot

Roger Federer says even though he reclaimed the No. 1 ranking and captured his 20th career Grand Slam title in January he still has plenty to prove on the ATP Tour.