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  • FIFA to hold vote today amid corruption allegations

    The world football body FIFA will hold its vote for a president in Zurich today, despite many calls for it to be postponed after the arrest of delegates on corruption charges.
  • More Swiss banks settle tax demands

    More Swiss banks have made peace with US authorities by paying a fine. The money means the banks will not face any further investigations into past alleged tax evasion practices. The Lugano based Sociéte Générale paid the most at USD 1.3m.
  • Man caught with pure cocaine

    Geneva police have smashed a large drug smuggling operation in the city. A 43 year old man has been under surveillance for the least several weeks – and working on information he had collected a large amount of cocaine, police raided his flat.
  • NSA tapping Swisscom phone network

    Swiss Federal investigators are examining allegations the US intelligence service, the NSA, have been listening in to phone calls on the Swisscom network.
  • UK man starts crowdfunding campaign to die in Zurich

    A British man has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise enough money to travel to Switzerland to end his life.
  • UEFA calls for change of FIFA leadership

    The Nyon based European soccer body, UEFA, is calling for FIFA to be ‘rebooted’ and says there is a strong need for a change of leadership.