The location, in an industrial subdivision overlooking the Geneva-Lausanne highway, may not be the most promising for a school appealing to the international set.
While the family and friends of a young man who was beaten to death in Berlin have pleaded with the top suspect, who fled to Turkey, to return to Germany, officials say getting him back will not be easy, Die Welt reported on Sunday.
Chinese-born writer and Swiss resident Elizabeth Comber, whose autobiographical novel was turned into the popular American film "Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing", has died, aged 95.
Bern-based SkyWork Airlines was named company of the year at the 2012 British-Swiss Business Awards.
A Swede of Rwandan origin is going before court in Sweden's first ever genocide trial.
The legendary Stockholm football stadium Råsunda hosted its last ever game in Sweden's top football league, the Allsvenskan, with AIK beating Malmö FF 2-0.
While a majority of Swedes are rooting for Barack Obama, Americans living in towns with Swedish origins overwhelmingly vote Republican.
The time it takes to travel by train from Munich to Berlin could soon be halved to just four hours, as plans solidify to expand and improve the European rail system.
Troubled Deutsche Bank has rented out the whole of one of Germany’s poshest hotels – for its top managers to spend three days taking about cutting costs and saving money, a magazine reported at the weekend.
A teacher at a kindergarten in Hyssna in the west of Sweden taped shut the mouths of four children because they were being loud.
The director and deputy director of Sweden's Counter-Terrorism Co-operative Council (Nationellt centrum för terrorhotbedömning) have resigned after less than a year.
German pharmaceutical company Merck has stopped selling its cancer drug Erbitux to Greek hospitals, as they are not able to pay. Patients needing the drug will have to buy it themselves from pharmacies.
Bayern Munich set a new German league record on Saturday, having won all five of their away league games with a 15-0 goal record – and, according to Bayern’s Bastian Schweinsteiger, laid to rest doubts following a recent shock defeat.
A year after the neo-Nazi terrorist cell believed to be responsible for nine racial murders and the killing of a police woman was revealed, a leading German official admitted trust in the authorities was seriously damaged.