The head of the Immigration Office, Mario Gattiker, said rules were needed ‘to ensure order’

Swiss introduce apartheid-like restrictions: Local authorities ban asylum seekers from public places

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Outlook It has emerged that the Publicis/Omnicom merger was conceived at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January after a (figurative) roll in the snow between rival chief executives Maurice Lévy and John Wren.

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Kate and William are said to have scoffed Zizzi pizzas after the birth of Prince George but the rest of the country gobbled Domino’s.

easyJet cancelled a late-night flight – then told passengers to wait 86 years and one day for a replacement

Passengers on delayed easyJet flight are given 86 years to browse duty-free shops

Britain’s biggest budget airline cancelled a late-night flight – then told passengers to wait 86 years and one day for a replacement.

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Swisscom chief executive Carsten Schloter who committed ‘suicide’ could not stop looking at his smartphone

Stressed by work and life, Swisscom CEO failed to follow advice about switching off

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Six jailed over Swiss tourist gang rape in India

An Indian court has sentenced six men convicted of the gang rape of a Swiss woman to life imprisonment, a lawyer in the case said.

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Swiss face losses in tax payments deal

Swiss banks could be left out of pocket as a result of a tax-evasion deal agreed between the Alpine state and the UK.

Tax evasion deal threatens to leave Swiss banks out of pocket

Swiss banks could be left out of pocket as a result of a tax-evasion deal agreed between the Alpine state and the UK.

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New contact lenses offer 2.8x optical zoom

Invention aimed at helping individuals with age-related sight degeneration

Former head of the Vatican bank Ettore Gotti Tedeschi

Vatican bankers resign over finance scandal

The director of the embattled Vatican bank and his deputy resigned on Monday following the latest developments in a broadening finance scandal that has already landed one Vatican monsignor into prison and added urgency to Pope Francis’ reform efforts.

The opposition politician Alexei Navalny launched his campaign to be elected mayor of Moscow on Monday

Anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny bids to be mayor of Moscow despite 'political' charges of embezzlement

The opposition politician Alexei Navalny launched his campaign to be elected mayor of Moscow on Monday, but he could end up being sent to prison before the September vote.

Larger transfers get the best exchange rates

British pensioners lose £10.6 billion by living abroad

Research from currency specialists HiFX shows that falls in the pound since the start of the financial crisis have resulted in expat pensioners losing thousands of pounds in income.  We look at ways you can protect yourself.

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