According to Oxfam Australia Chief Executive Lyn Morgain, the pandemic created a new billionaire every 30 hours and pushed a million into extreme poverty every 33 hours.
With gas and oil exports accounting for 30 to 40 percent of Russia's budget, Switzerland's position in this wartime equation cannot be underestimated. This is how Switzerland is helping Russia avoid sanctions.
Half a ton of cocaine worth more than $50 million and said to be 80% pure was seized from an espresso factory in Switzerland by local cops.
The city of Lugano, Switzerland, will make bitcoin legal tender and allow citizens to pay for public service fees or taxes in bitcoin, city director Pietro Poretti co-announced in an event livestreamed on Thursday alongside mayor Michele Foletti and CTO of Tether Paolo Ardoino. The city has already worked with over 200 merchants to propel the adoption of bitcoin and Lightning payments.
A criminal case trial against Credit Suisse for cocaine trafficking has begun in Switzerland. Despite strong indications that the funds were of criminal origin, a former Credit Suisse official carried out conducting transactions for the ring.
Swiss health minister Alain Berset has signaled that the Alpine nation’s controversial use of a Covid-19 certificate system could soon be over since the public health response to the pandemic appeared to be “on the right track.”
Switzerland has rejected the AstraZeneca Oxford COVID-19 vaccine due to lack of sufficient data.
Two patients, one a Swiss national and other an Israeli have died just hours after being administered Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine shots. Authorities of both nations and the vaccine manufacturer however, have declared that the deaths have nothing to do...
Swiss police suspect Russian spies bugged Davos 2020 disguised as plumbers. Authorities suggest agents posed as tradesmen in order to bug world leaders. Russian plumbers do not tend to summer in Davos. Even those with diplomatic passports. Five months before...
India has a crucial decision to make. Should it conserve its biodiversity and germplasm for future generations or surrender its heritage to corporations and foreign treaties? Come November, India is about to enter key negotiations on the International Treaty on...
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