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Karin Keller-Sutter warned that they could pose a security risk if repatriated to Switzerland.
1,000 children are being homeschooled in Switzerland, 600 of them in the western Swiss canton of Vaud. But the rules could soon be tightened, which will affect families like the homeschooling Bydes.
Major avalanche hits Swiss ski resort of Crans-Montana.
The PC-24 business jet can fly distances up to 3,600 km and can reach top speeds of 815 km/h.
Cancer drug prices are rising rapidly, and profit margins for pharmaceutical companies reach upwards of 80% for some medications according to a Swiss public television RTS investigation. Will we ever be able to cure cancer if healthcare systems are crippled trying to pay for treatments?
It is the time of year when Swiss universities send out acceptance letters.
A Swiss-based international court for sport hears the case of Caster Semenya over rules aimed at lowering the testosterone levels of female athletes.
There are 1,000 children being homeschooled in Switzerland, 600 of them in the western Swiss canton of Vaud. But the rules there could be tightened, which will affect families like the homeschooling Bydes.
Greek anarchists have targeted the Swiss embassy building in Athens to call for the release from prison of a person in Switzerland.
Switzerland and Italy sign off on a joint border patrols to reduce illegal immigration.
2017 was marked by a new addition to the SWI swissinfo.ch family: the tvsvizzera.it website.
The Reformed Church welcomes career changers
The Reformed Church is low on new recruits. It has now launched a special training course to attract the next generation. The Reformed Church is low on new ...
Skis 'made in Switzerland'
About ten ski brands are still produced in Switzerland how do they keep their business afloat? Less than one in five skiers go down the slopes on Swiss skis.
Energy saving made easy
If heating systems in second homes in Switzerland could be controlled remotely, a large amount of energy would be saved. If heating systems in second homes ...
Older jobless struggle to find work
The long-term unemployed have a tough time finding a new job, especially if they're over 50. An estimated 100000 people in Switzerland are jobless and no ...
Young Swedish activist Greta Thunberg and the thousands of young Swiss who are striking for the climate have drawn the public's attention to air traffic pollution.
Refugees at work
While waiting for a decision on their asylum request, refugees are placed in asylum centres throughout the country. In some of them, cantons offer professional ...
Changes ahead for homeschooling families
There are 1000 children being homeschooled in Switzerland, 600 of them in the western Swiss canton of Vaud. But the rules there could be tightened, which will ...
A 2000-year-old guest in Switzerland
The loan of a three-metre tall, 2000-year-old Gandhara-period Buddha statue proved to be a bigger challenge than anticipated for Zurich's Rietberg museum.
Here comes the algorithm
Alliance F, the organisation of Swiss feminists' associations, has raised money to develop an algorithm that would be able to detect hate speech online.
Can religion be reconciled with homosexuality?
Even in modern Switzerland, homosexuals are being bullied into undergoing conversion therapies to change their sexual compass. (RTS/swissinfo.ch) ...