Did Swiss chocolates sweeten the pot for US Secretary of State John Kerry in his role in Geneva talks over Iran’s nuclear future?
A majority of voters in French-speaking areas of the canton of Bern voted against joining the canton of Jura but those in Moutier bucked the trend, raising questions about whether the town will now separately bid to secede.
World leaders hailed on Sunday a "historic" nuclear deal with Iran as a triumph for diplomacy, but cautioned that the hard work was only just beginning to keep Tehran from building a bomb.
Swiss voters on Sunday massively rejected a proposal to cap executive pay at 12 times the wage of a firm's lowest earner, according to official referendum results.
The 39-year-old man arrested on suspicion of the brutal murder of a 25-year-old student outside a Stockholm riding school in 1996 was remanded into custody on Sunday despite his denial.
Fifteen cooks toil in the steam of huge stewpots, yelling and squeezing past each other as they prepare the evening sitting at DiverXo -- the latest Spanish restaurant to win three Michelin stars.
French President Francois Hollande on Sunday welcomed the deal his country and five other world powers clinched with Iran on curbing Tehran's nuclear programme.
Italy's Silvio Berlusconi accused the left on Saturday of attempting a coup d'etat, as he prepares for a Senate vote this week which will likely see him ousted following his conviction for tax fraud.
Spanish police are keeping a sadistic killer known as the "tracksuit madman" under close watch after his release from prison under a European human rights ruling, officials said Saturday.
A former criminal associate of Abdelhakim Dekhar, the suspected shooter of a photographer at a Paris newspaper this week, on Saturday said the two have had no contact in nearly two decades.
Sweden's Minister of Social Affairs Göran Hägglund has said he is prepared to make a public apology to the people, most young adults and children, who suffered from narcolepsy following vaccination against swine flu.
A granddaughter of German painter Otto Dix, a few of whose works were discovered in the vast trove of Nazi-looted art stashed in a Munich flat, has called Germany's approach to the Third Reich's spoils "scandalous".
The captain of a vessel which ran aground north of Landskrona on the west coast of Sweden was arrested on Sunday after he was found to be under the influence of alcohol.
World powers on Sunday reached an agreement with Iran over its nuclear programme, their chief negotiator Catherine Ashton and Iran's foreign minister said.