I`ll keep quiet in future, says Yannick Noah
I`ll keep quiet in future, says Yannick Noah

Former star player Yannick Noah has offered an apology of sorts for criticising France`s defeated Davis Cup team saying that he would keep quiet in the future.

`Bomb threat` causes delays at Zurich airport

A bomb threat caused flight delays and the partial shut-down of Switzerland`s main airport in Zurich on Monday before security forces gave the all-clear, reports and officials said.

'Bomb threat' causes delays at Zurich airport

Zurich airport was partially closed on Monday evening after receiving an unspecified threat, a spokeswoman said.

Owners of Sydney siege cafe Lindt 'devastated' by deaths

Swiss chocolate-maker Lindt, the owner of the Sydney cafe at the centre of a day-long siege Monday that ended in the deaths of the gunman and two of his hostages, said it was "devastated" by the outcome of the standoff.

Swiss ex-banker faints as trial over WikiLeaks leak opens

A former Swiss banker fainted on Wednesday at the opening of his trial for breaking Swiss bank secrecy laws for allegedly giving confidential data to WikiLeaks and German authorities, media reported.

Swiss man kidnapped in 2012 rescued in Philippines: Military

A Swiss man kidnapped by Islamic militants in the southern Philippines nearly three years ago was rescued on Saturday during a gunbattle between soldiers and his abductors, the military said.

Swiss to increase oversight of FIFA, other sports bodies
Swiss to increase oversight of FIFA, other sports bodies

A privileged existence in Switzerland for some of the largest sports organizations in the world and their top executives including Sepp Blatter, president of world soccer’s governing body FIFA, may be coming to an end.

France `must fulfil obligations` over warship delivery: Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday warned France its reputation was on the line over the delivery of a controversial warship to Russia which has been delayed due to the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

Ukraine needs `ceasefire not in name but in substance`: Kiev

Ukraine`s foreign minister said on Friday that his war-torn country needed a "real" ceasefire, a day after Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels agreed to halt fire on December 9.

India must show tax fraud proof for valid probe: Swiss envoy

 Switzerland on Wednesday said it was willing to cooperate with India over the black money issue if the latter provides prima facie evidence of illegality, but will not proceed in the matter on the basis of stolen data.

Kerry, Lavrov to meet Thursday on Ukraine, Mideast

US Secretary of State John Kerry will hold talks with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov at an OSCE meeting on Thursday in Basel, Switzerland, a US official said, with topics set to include Ukraine and the Middle East.

Swiss self defence expert on India tour for training women

A Swiss self defence expert Martial Vout, who manages security of VIPs and politicos globally, says self-defence tricks need not require any special kick-boxing training or a muscular body.

Swiss voters reject 'green' immigration cap: Initial results

The Swiss rejected three issues put to a popular vote on Sunday, including calls to cap immigration in the name of saving the environment, according to initial results and projections.

Black money: A Zee Media exclusive report

A Zee Media exclusive coverage on black money.

Watch: Zee Media exclusive coverage on black money

Referring to the steps being taken by the government to unearth black money, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said government has identified 427 account holders associated with HSBC list and 250 of them have admitted to having foreign accounts.

Cristiano Ronaldo nets as Real Madrid claim record-equalling win
Cristiano Ronaldo nets as Real Madrid claim record-equalling win

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 71st Champions League goal as Real Madrid recorded a club record-equalling 15th consecutive win by beating FC Basel 1-0 in Switzerland in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Swiss to vote on immigration cut `to save environment`

The Swiss will once again head to the polls this weekend to decide whether to dramatically slash immigration numbers, this time in the name of saving the environment in a proposal opponents have labelled xenophobic.

Swiss museum expected to accept art trove amassed under Nazis

Over two years after the discovery of missing masterpieces looted by the Nazis from their Jewish owners, German officials and a Swiss museum are expected to confirm on Monday that the paintings will go to Switzerland.

Roger Federer legend grows with Davis Cup win
Roger Federer legend grows with Davis Cup win

It`s taken him 16 years as a pro, but Roger Federer finally has won all there is to win in tennis -- well almost.

France just could not contain Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka
France just could not contain Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka

Even though they had started the Davis Cup final confident of victory, the defeated France team were forced to concede on Sunday that a Roger Federer-inspired Swiss outfit had simply been too strong for them.