The gastronomic world is in a state of shock after one of Switzerland's top chefs committed suicide.
Yet another bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics has emerged from Swiss organizers.
Switzerland is struggling to resolve the case of a Swiss woman kidnapped for a second time by jihadists in Mali, Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Burkhalter says.
"We were prepared for the death of both babies, it was so extreme," said surgeon who led procedure.
The man has been charged with attempted murder.
Islamic State territory is now only 350km from the Italian island of Lampedusa.
A worker in a home for unaccompanied refugee children has been reported to Sweden’s social services after he was recorded screaming abuse at the young people in his care.
"This will be an incentive for the Palestinians to come and not compromise," Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu claimed.
Two men with Swedish passports and carrying machetes and other "combat paraphernalia" have been arrested in Greece.
Sweden’s migration minister has called on its migration agency to develop new methods to determine the age of unaccompanied refugee youth, following the stabbing of a social worker.
Only 25 percent have changed their internet habits out of concerns for data privacy, compared to 55 percent in the US.
Two cast members had their asylum applications rejected and one person has gone into hiding.
February means Carnival season in Spain, but there are plenty of other fiestas from "devil dances" to flamenco fests.
"I am optimistic and determined because it's an historic occasion not be missed," Staffan de Mistura told reporters.
The system acts as a safety net for farmers.
Organisers hoped for a million people. Only tens of thousands turned up.
Merkel noted that 70 percent of those who fled war in former Yugoslavia returned -- as saw her worst poll results in more than five years.
"As a last resort there should be recourse to firearms," AfD chairwoman Frauke Petry told a newspaper.
"I am against the image that Germany is a country of violent far-right extremists and foreign criminals," said economy minister Sigmar Gabriel.
"Until when?" asked one woman. "The end of Daesh (Islamic State)? Ten years? Never?"