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The All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC), which hosts the Wimbledon tennis championships each year, goes out of its way to foster a Corinthian spirit among its competitors.
A horse is a horse, of course, of course — unless it’s a bovine.
Is it something in the air or does Collins hold quite a bit of resentment toward his haters?
The taxman has never been a popular figure anywhere. But in the tiny Swiss village of Reconvilier, that functionary has assumed the even more detestable profile as the guy who’ll waste your dog if you don’t cough up what you owe.
WikiLeaks was left scrambling to keep its website alive after an American domain provider pulled the plug late Thursday forcing the whistleblowing website to create a new Swiss web address just six hours after Wikileaks.org was shutdown.
Switzerland today celebrated the completion of the Gotthard Base Tunnel, the longest tunnel in the world. What’s its competition?
How likely are Americans to help a stranger? Less likely than Australians.
It looks like police in Zurich are subscribing to the “if you can’t beat them, build them little huts to do the nasty in” theory of prostitution control. Only in Europe.
An unwanted record of sorts is set to be broken after a Swedish man was supposedly caught driving at 290km/h (180mph) in Switzerland.
The Oscar-winning director’s 33-year case has finally closed. Take a look back at the three-decade saga.
In yet another surprising twist to the 33-year-old case, Swiss officials have rejected a request by the U.S. government to extradite movie director Roman Polanski. Arrested in September, under house arrest since December, …