Members of the youth section of the Swiss Liberal Party (PLR) have written to French actor Gérard Depardieu inviting him to Switzerland if things don't work out in Belgium.
Swiss banking giant UBS, hit with massive fines for manipulating global interest rates, has learned its lesson and is improving its control mechanisms, its chairman Axel Weber insisted in an interview published on Sunday.
A train derailed in the Swiss Alps early on Sunday when it rammed into mounds of snow from an avalanche blocking the tracks, the BLS rail company said, adding that no one had been injured in the accident.
After losing one public sector IT job and then another in austerity-hit Spain, Thierry Perello decided to seek his fortune in one of the few remaining bright spots on the European map: Switzerland.
Greek prosecutors will investigate some 2,000 holders of HSBC bank accounts in Switzerland for suspected tax evasion, state broadcaster Net said on Saturday.
After a long campaign to evict a strip joint from Barnarp in the south of Sweden the local municipality has stepped in, buying the property for 3 million Swedish kronor ($470,000).
Heavy snowfall and harsh winds caused trouble in Sweden's Christmas getaway traffic, with meteorology agency SMHI issuing a severe weather warning on Sunday.
Sweden's Princess Madeleine will marry US banker fiancé Chris O'Neill in Stockholm on June 8th, the Royal Court confirms.
Germany can win the 2014 World Cup, team manager Oliver Bierhoff believes, pointing to the presence of three Bundesliga sides in the Champions League last 16 to support his assertion.
Snow and freezing rain resulted in more than 80 car accidents in northern Germany, leaving three people slightly injured people, but causing no fatalities.
A visit from experts from the federal Transportation Ministry to Berlin's delay-plagued new airport showed that next to nothing had been done since their last visit to the construction site in August, according to a report by the Bild am Sonntag.
Police are searching for the person who shot a 23-year-old man in the throat in central Stockholm on Sunday morning.
Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble feels sorry for anyone who has to deal with his English because he has a poor command of the language, according to an interview in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.
For the first time in years German – and not American – websites have shown the most dynamic growth in Germany, a study commissioned by the Focus news magazine showed.
Two Swedish citizens appeared in a federal court in Brooklyn, New York on Friday on charges that they had trained and fought with al-Shabaab, a Somali group designated as terrorists by the United States.
The 29-year-old man from Wolfsburg who police said took a Deutsche Bank manager in Berlin hostage on Friday evening did not have a real gun or bomb and reportedly tried to rob the bank because he was in debt, the Berliner Zeitung reported.