A no-sail zone was set up off the lakeside property of US-born pop singer Tina Turner and her longtime German partner Erwin Bach to help keep away prying eyes as they wed on Sunday, police said.
The 47th Montreux Jazz Festival wrapped up on Sunday after 18 days with organizers saying they were happy with increased attendance and rosy revenues.
Chris Froome was crowned winner of the 2013 Tour de France on Sunday as the 100th edition of the race drew to a close on the famous Champs-Elysees in Paris.
Police are looking for Virginie, a 25-year-old woman from the Lausanne region who went missing last Wednesday after informing her family she was going hiking on the Trient glacier in the canton of Valais.
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A man attacked a police officer with a knife in the Stureplan nighlife area of central Stockholm early on Saturday morning, inflicting minor injuries.
The Vatican's "gay lobby" was back in the headlines on Friday after the alleged exposure of a homosexual prelate appointed by Pope Francis to a key position at the Vatican bank.
Six men accused in the gang-rape and robbery of a 39-year-old Swiss woman cyclist holidaying in India were sentenced to life terms Saturday by a fast-track Indian court.
Geothermal exploration was the likely cause of a 3.6 magnitude earthquake Saturday in northeastern Switzerland, authorities said.
Alberto Contador confirmed on Saturday that he will not take part in the upcoming Tour of Spain after seeing his hopes of a podium finish on the Tour de France come to an end.
Cancer-stricken former Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova published an open letter on Saturday to thank the club, fans and well-wishers as he embarks on further treatment having stepped down on Friday.
Kenyan-born cyclist Chris Froome was Sunday poised to succeed Bradley Wiggins as the Tour de France champion to complete what has been a superb summer of sport for Britain.
A 14-year-old boy has been seriously injured in clashes between police and protesters in the western suburbs of Paris after officers stopped a woman for wearing a veil.
Some 7,500 gay rights supporters and activists marched through the French port of Marseille on Saturday at the start of Europride 2013.
The Bayreuth Festival, the annual month-long summer music fest dedicated to Richard Wagner (1813-1883), is staging seven operas in the bicentenary year.
Two men have been arrested in connection with the suspected murder of a woman on the platform of the central station in Umeå in northern Sweden on Saturday morning.
As the harvest nears, the employees of German farmer Klaus Münchhoff are busy making the final checks on imposing tractors ready to roll into the golden fields.
24-year-old Swede Johanna Larsson, ranked 76th in the world, is set for a showdown with world number one Serena Williams in the final of the Swedish Open in Båstad on Sunday.