Credit Suisse rescued after turbulent week
Credit Suisse recently said that it would borrow nearly $54 billion from the Swiss central bank in an attempt to address financial markets fears.
Goldman Sachs issues recession warning despite Credit Suisse $54bn lifeline
The European markets opened higher on Thursday, showing that the Swiss authorities' move in support of Credit Suisse has apparently appeased investors.
Credit Suisse raises $54 billion from central bank amid global market panic
Switzerland's second-largest bank said the move was a "decisive action to pre-emptively strengthen" liquidity and reassure investors.
Hoard of Roman coins found after hiker stumbles across lost ancient site
The site, far from human habitation, today and in Roman times, is unusual because of the amount of coins and the location.
Putin is "not smart" and "lost everything," ex-Russian diplomat says
Vladimir Putin "only thinks about a few more hours to be in power, and he doesn't care about the future," former Russian diplomat Boris Bondarev told Newsweek.
Putin's war in Ukraine is backfiring in historic way
The war has been a "game changer," said one foreign affairs expert, and now even neutral countries are considering more serious involvement.
Who is Bilawal Bhutto Zardari? Davos speaker who spoke of "new world order"
Zardari belongs to a prominent political family in Pakistan where his late mother served as prime minister.
"New World Order" remarks at Davos spark flood of conspiracy theories
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was speaking on a panel about international cooperation and peace amid geopolitical tension.
Full list of Democrats and Republicans attending Davos WEF
The annual summit sees celebrities, royalty, politicians and business leaders congregate in the Swiss Alps to meet and discuss global challenges.
George Soros suddenly pulling out of Davos raises questions
The billionaire's absence at 2023's World Economic Forum has fueled fresh conspiracy theories, with one U.S. politician tweeting, "Something is brewing..."
Fact Check: Is Switzerland deploying 5,000 troops to WEF in Davos?
Rumors on social media suggest a brigade of troops will be flown in to guard Davos for the WEF.
Fact Check: Was 50-gallon "ball of gin" stolen from bottom of Swiss lake?
Reports on social media claim that a giant tank filled with gin was stolen from the bottom of a lake, in a story sorely lacking in Christmas spirit.
Nearly 100 people arrested in huge child porn sting
Hundreds of computers were seized and dozens of houses were searched across Switzerland after a tip-off from American authorities.
Putin's former judo sparring partner flees Russia
Billionaire Vasily Anisimov served as president of the Russian Judo Federation for 12 years but resigned citing family circumstances.
Toblerone fans stunned by unnoticed detail on packaging: "Blew my mind"
One fan couldn't believe they had never noticed it before, writing: "I've been eating Toblerone for over 20 years!"
"I live in an underground home, it halved out bills"
Stefan Wittwer lives in Earth House Estate Lättenstrasse. He shares why he loves it, in this exclusive essay.
German tanks making it easy to destroy Iranian drones: Ukrainian soldier
"It's a very good system," the soldier said of the Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft guns supplied to Kyiv by Germany.
How the IKEA shark became a trans icon
Blåhaj—pronounced blaw-high—is a plush shark that has become an unexpected trans icon online. But how did this Swedish-born fish gain such popularity?
Swiss Glaciers Lost Half Their Volume Over 85 Years, Study Shows
Experts studied tens of thousands of period photographs from 1931 onward to reconstruct early 20th-century climate patterns.
Dead Bodies Keep Emerging From the Ice After Years Locked Away in Glaciers
Glaciers in the Swiss Alps are melting due to climate change, revealing previously preserved dead bodies.
Watch Adorable Bear Siblings Reunite After Months Apart
The bear siblings, who will soon be socialized with other bears, were moved from a zoo to the sanctuary in May and are getting to know each other.
Newborn Snow Leopard Cubs Play as Mom Watches Over in Heartwarming Video
Brother and sister snow leopard cubs, Wajra and Warjun, stay close to their mum Saida at Zoo Zurich in Switzerland.
Scientists Develop Futuristic Jet Fuel By Using Water, Sunlight and CO2
Researchers in Switzerland are the first to produce the fuel in a power generator rather than a lab.
The Bizarre 'Anti-Idyllic' Hotel Room Where You Sleep Outside A Gas Station
"We felt it was not possible to only show beautiful things, we are all living through a terrible and scary time."
Zoo Elephant Dies of Herpes Just Days After Her Brother
A second elephant has died of a lethal strain of herpes just days after her younger brother was killed by the virus in a Swiss zoo.
Prehistoric Farmers Were Bugged By Insects, Mice, Study Says
Stone Age farmers in southern France were fighting mice and insects feasting on their supplies 4,000 years ago, a new study has revealed.
Adorable 2-Year-Old Elephant Dies of Herpes
Umesh died at Zoo Zürich with zookeepers letting the young bull's family spend some time with the body, as elephants are known to mourn their dead.
Swiss Legend Toblerone Headed for Production in Slovakia Due to Costs
The iconic triangular chocolate bars made by Toblerone will soon no longer be produced exclusively in Switzerland.
Woman Pays $1,300 a Night to Stay in Shop Window
A prank listing for $1,300 for a night in a shop window display has backfired after an American tourist snapped it up.
Body of Indonesian Presidential Hopeful's Son Found After Drowning
Emmeril Kahn Mumtadz, 22, had been missing since he went for a swim May 26 in Switzerland's Aare River with his girlfriend and sister.