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Victim’s lawyer describes conviction as 'a first for Switzerland'
Nancy Holten has campaigned publicly against the use of cowbells and other Swiss traditions
European judges throw out parents' claim that requirement violates freedom of religion
Suspect's body found nearby hours after attack, police say
The Swiss narrowly voted in favour of quotas limiting number of migrants from within EU in February 2014
A holiday on the slopes needn’t mean returning to the same chalet, or the same resort, night after night – powder hounds in search of added thrills can try a new kind of experience instead
Relics date back to third and fourth centuries
Every year, the World Economic Forum releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world's economies.
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Man will pay for his own synthetic boots instead of wearing leather
Court rules dry cleaning business violated woman's freedom of expression
'The Euro crisis has left its mark on the savings of private households, especially in Italy,' says economist Kathrin Brandmeir
‘We won’t be following any other nation’s model – the position we build outside the EU will be unique to Britain,’ says Government spokesman
Case at school near Basel sparks fierce debate across Switzerland
Police say no offence yet committed under Swiss law as online videos get thousands of views