In numbers: What we know about Switzerland’s foreign residents
Switzerland

In numbers: What we know about Switzerland’s foreign residents

Almost one in four Swiss residents are foreign born. From why they decided to move to Switzerland to how many learn the languages, we breakdown what you need to know about Switzerland’s foreign population.

Munich Re warns climate change could cost billions
Germany

Munich Re warns climate change could cost billions

Sweden starts testing new official digital currency
Sweden

Sweden starts testing new official digital currency

This Stockholm street just became the first in Sweden to ban old diesel cars
Sweden

This Stockholm street just became the first in Sweden to ban old diesel cars

Wellbeing is up in Italy despite economic troubles, study finds
Italy

Wellbeing is up in Italy despite economic troubles, study finds

How do the new public transport tickets work in southern Sweden?
Sweden

How do the new public transport tickets work in southern Sweden?

The towering task of cleaning up Taranto’s toxic steel plant
Italy

The towering task of cleaning up Taranto’s toxic steel plant

Danish green party frustrated over sluggish European election result
Denmark

Danish green party frustrated over sluggish European election result

‘Surfing the Zeitgeist’: How the Greens won over Germany
Germany

‘Surfing the Zeitgeist’: How the Greens won over Germany

The winners and losers: Six things to know about the EU elections in Germany
Germany

The winners and losers: Six things to know about the EU elections in Germany

Germany’s coalition set for crisis talks after EU vote drubbing
Germany

Germany’s coalition set for crisis talks after EU vote drubbing

‘Sunday for Future’:  Germany’s Greens celebrate double-digit score in EU vote
Germany

‘Sunday for Future’: Germany’s Greens celebrate double-digit score in EU vote

EU vote debacle leaves Merkel coalition with new headache
Germany

EU vote debacle leaves Merkel coalition with new headache

Greens surge amid heavy losses for Germany’s ruling parties in EU election
Germany

Greens surge amid heavy losses for Germany’s ruling parties in EU election

Foreign workers well integrated in Swiss job market: study
Switzerland

Foreign workers well integrated in Swiss job market: study

Opinion: Bilingual education is a platform for cultivating a global and local society
Denmark

Opinion: Bilingual education is a platform for cultivating a global and local society

Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute suffers fall in reputation ranking
Sweden

Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute suffers fall in reputation ranking

‘Learn the language fast’: Tips for engineers looking to work in Germany
Germany

‘Learn the language fast’: Tips for engineers looking to work in Germany

What the collapse of coalition talks could mean for Germany and Europe
Germany

What the collapse of coalition talks could mean for Germany and Europe

European Commission urges ‘respect for Spanish constitution’ in Catalonia crisis
Spain

European Commission urges ‘respect for Spanish constitution’ in Catalonia crisis

Analysis: An independent Catalonia’s tricky path to EU membership
Spain

Analysis: An independent Catalonia’s tricky path to EU membership

Swedish government predicts unemployment will drop to 5.9 percent in 2018
Sweden

Swedish government predicts unemployment will drop to 5.9 percent in 2018

French candidates aim to ride Macron wave to parliament
France

French candidates aim to ride Macron wave to parliament

Who are the millions of French voters backing Marine Le Pen?
France

Who are the millions of French voters backing Marine Le Pen?

Sweden’s crowdfunded car of the future to be built by ‘an army of robots’
Sweden

Sweden’s crowdfunded car of the future to be built by ‘an army of robots’

Everything you need to know about planning a wedding in Italy
Italy

Everything you need to know about planning a wedding in Italy

AS IT HAPPENED: Rescuers race to pull survivors from avalanche rubble
Italy

AS IT HAPPENED: Rescuers race to pull survivors from avalanche rubble

Sweden has the world’s third most expensive Big Macs: report
Sweden

Sweden has the world’s third most expensive Big Macs: report

How economic troubles will shape Italy’s referendum
Italy

How economic troubles will shape Italy’s referendum

‘Better sex education will help tackle gendered violence in Italy’
Italy

‘Better sex education will help tackle gendered violence in Italy’

Facebook donates €500,000 to quake-hit Italy
Italy

Facebook donates €500,000 to quake-hit Italy

Italy launches hard-hitting campaign to put off migrants
Italy

Italy launches hard-hitting campaign to put off migrants

New mayor wants to turn Turin into Italy’s first ‘vegan city’
Italy

New mayor wants to turn Turin into Italy’s first ‘vegan city’

Italy ‘not among the favourites’ in Euro 2016
Italy

Italy ‘not among the favourites’ in Euro 2016

VW bets on battery factory for electric car dominance
Germany

VW bets on battery factory for electric car dominance

Lufthansa’s Euro 2016 ad takes aim at England
Germany

Lufthansa’s Euro 2016 ad takes aim at England

Are bright young Italians stuck in the fast food job trap?
Italy

Are bright young Italians stuck in the fast food job trap?

7 very German things you missed at ‘German Grammys’
Germany

7 very German things you missed at ‘German Grammys’

Finmeccanica in ‘biggest ever’ warplane deal with Kuwait
Italy

Finmeccanica in ‘biggest ever’ warplane deal with Kuwait

Attacks suspect can be sent to Belgium, Italy court rules
Italy

Attacks suspect can be sent to Belgium, Italy court rules

Zug: rich expats must learn local language
Switzerland

Zug: rich expats must learn local language

Here’s why German bosses are worried for the future
Germany

Here’s why German bosses are worried for the future

Italy’s late coffee king buried inside iconic Moka pot
Italy

Italy’s late coffee king buried inside iconic Moka pot

German war graves are being desecrated on TV
Germany

German war graves are being desecrated on TV

As it happened: Ruling PP wins but falls far short of absolute majority
Spain

As it happened: Ruling PP wins but falls far short of absolute majority

German scientists make big stride towards fusion
Germany

German scientists make big stride towards fusion

‘Forgot password’ resets cost VW €1 million a year
Germany

‘Forgot password’ resets cost VW €1 million a year

New assisted suicide law could criminalize doctors
Germany

New assisted suicide law could criminalize doctors

Italy’s jobless rate dips again in August
Italy

Italy’s jobless rate dips again in August

Swedish pupils ‘told to pen suicide note’
Sweden

Swedish pupils ‘told to pen suicide note’

‘Architect of German unity’ dies at 93
Germany

‘Architect of German unity’ dies at 93

‘Unusually tough’ Greece talks ahead: Schäuble
Germany

‘Unusually tough’ Greece talks ahead: Schäuble

Stop throwing cash at Greece: Bundesbank
Germany

Stop throwing cash at Greece: Bundesbank

Sweden’s Alicia Vikander joins new Bourne movie
Sweden

Sweden’s Alicia Vikander joins new Bourne movie

Zurich ranked Europe’s priciest city for expats
Switzerland

Zurich ranked Europe’s priciest city for expats

EU court throws out German QE challenge
Germany

EU court throws out German QE challenge

Bonucci leads Italy charge against Croatia
Italy

Bonucci leads Italy charge against Croatia

EU’s poorest countries ‘could join Schengen’
Germany

EU’s poorest countries ‘could join Schengen’

Women executive quota bill ‘unconstitutional’
Germany

Women executive quota bill ‘unconstitutional’

Over 1000 Germans face HSBC tax prosecutions
Germany

Over 1000 Germans face HSBC tax prosecutions

Germany to grow 1.5 percent in 2015: Brussels
Germany

Germany to grow 1.5 percent in 2015: Brussels

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Germany

‘Blackfacing’ is Anglicism of the Year

Roma focused on beating Manchester City
Italy

Roma focused on beating Manchester City

‘You need to learn to manage emotions’
Germany

‘You need to learn to manage emotions’

Italy calls for united EU response to Russia
Italy

Italy calls for united EU response to Russia

Spielberg leaves €300 tip in Italian restaurant
Italy

Spielberg leaves €300 tip in Italian restaurant

European record for Italy swim champ
Italy

European record for Italy swim champ

Tax cheat rumbled by Ferrari in his garage
Italy

Tax cheat rumbled by Ferrari in his garage

Smoke prompts plane evacuation in Italy
Italy

Smoke prompts plane evacuation in Italy

Scientists threaten boycott of brain project
Switzerland

Scientists threaten boycott of brain project

‘A song for our English friends’
Italy

‘A song for our English friends’

Telecom Italia elects new chairman
Italy

Telecom Italia elects new chairman

Why did head of NSA probe quit?
Germany

Why did head of NSA probe quit?

Tiny Canary hatches green energy plans
Spain

Tiny Canary hatches green energy plans

‘Bundestag should be searched for bugs’
Germany

‘Bundestag should be searched for bugs’

Italy’s ‘ecomafia’ boss arrested in Naples
Italy

Italy’s ‘ecomafia’ boss arrested in Naples

Italy will sell stakes in eight firms including Eni
Italy

Italy will sell stakes in eight firms including Eni

Italian woman leaves €40m to the church
Italy

Italian woman leaves €40m to the church

Green leader linked to pro-paedo manifesto
Germany

Green leader linked to pro-paedo manifesto

Teen love-bites no big deal says top court
Germany

Teen love-bites no big deal says top court

Rösler: Germany needs top qualified immigrants
Germany

Rösler: Germany needs top qualified immigrants

EU jobs chief: wages should rise in Germany
Germany

EU jobs chief: wages should rise in Germany

Germany ‘weighs up’ Syrian arms embargo
Germany

Germany ‘weighs up’ Syrian arms embargo

Germany world’s number three arms dealer
Germany

Germany world’s number three arms dealer

Does ‘Baron Cut and Paste’s’ punishment fit the crime?
Germany

Does ‘Baron Cut and Paste’s’ punishment fit the crime?

‘Baron Cut-and-Paste’ pays to avoid plagiarism charges
Germany

‘Baron Cut-and-Paste’ pays to avoid plagiarism charges

Metal and electrical industries expect 50,000 new jobs in 2011
Germany

Metal and electrical industries expect 50,000 new jobs in 2011

Upbeat retailers push business confidence to record high
Germany

Upbeat retailers push business confidence to record high

CSU party newspaper offers holidays to ‘occupied East Prussia’
Germany

CSU party newspaper offers holidays to ‘occupied East Prussia’

US students scramble for business German courses
Germany

US students scramble for business German courses

Businesses see ever brighter future
Germany

Businesses see ever brighter future

Bundesbank warns of forex manipulation
Germany

Bundesbank warns of forex manipulation

Scientists create men with emotional sensitivity
Germany

Scientists create men with emotional sensitivity

Fake ‘glaciers’ grown to combat big melt
Germany

Fake ‘glaciers’ grown to combat big melt

German banks to avoid Greek state bonds
Germany

German banks to avoid Greek state bonds

Two women implicated in Catholic school sex abuse scandal
Germany

Two women implicated in Catholic school sex abuse scandal

Neo-Nazi party given green light to target school children
Germany

Neo-Nazi party given green light to target school children

Left party calls Hartz IV a ‘poverty machine’
Germany

Left party calls Hartz IV a ‘poverty machine’

Exploring the business of books at the Frankfurt Book Fair
Germany

Exploring the business of books at the Frankfurt Book Fair

Schavan withholds nuclear energy study
Germany

Schavan withholds nuclear energy study

Dissident writers coming to Frankfurt Book Fair
Germany

Dissident writers coming to Frankfurt Book Fair

Nuclear waste authority says Germany needs new storage site
Germany

Nuclear waste authority says Germany needs new storage site

Lufthansa moves to take over Austrian Airlines
Germany

Lufthansa moves to take over Austrian Airlines

RWE to sell chunk of German gas grid
Germany

RWE to sell chunk of German gas grid

Chemicals giant BASF warns of dire 2009
Germany

Chemicals giant BASF warns of dire 2009

Berlin calls Lehman fallout ‘manageable’ as Frankfurt tanks
Germany

Berlin calls Lehman fallout ‘manageable’ as Frankfurt tanks

Public think police ‘doing a poor job’
Sweden

Public think police ‘doing a poor job’

Business profile: Ekomarine keeps ships clean and green
Sweden

Business profile: Ekomarine keeps ships clean and green

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Sweden

EU’s upcoming troika make climate change pledge

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Sweden

Swedish university to start Somali language course

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Sweden

Sweden nears ratification of EU treaty

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Sweden

Malmö gears up for massive demonstration

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Sweden

More Swedish companies going bust

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Sweden

New police taskforces to tackle organized crime

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Sweden

Emergency operator mistook choking man to be drunk

The best of Stockholm Pride
Sweden

The best of Stockholm Pride

TeliaSonera helps launch 3G on Mount Everest
Sweden

TeliaSonera helps launch 3G on Mount Everest

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Sweden

Sweden ‘threatens the global economy’: study

Extreme politics and Gus Van Sant in focus at Stockholm Film Festival
Sweden

Extreme politics and Gus Van Sant in focus at Stockholm Film Festival

Britain lauds Sweden’s ‘tiger economy’
Sweden

Britain lauds Sweden’s ‘tiger economy’

‘Gender quotas would benefit Sweden’s corporate boards’
Sweden

‘Gender quotas would benefit Sweden’s corporate boards’

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Sweden

Swedes turn off the lights for the environment

Swedish green-burial firm to turn frozen corpses in compost
Sweden

Swedish green-burial firm to turn frozen corpses in compost

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Sweden

Swedish firms report hiring challenge: study

Stieg Larsson journo school rejection letter to be auctioned off
Sweden

Stieg Larsson journo school rejection letter to be auctioned off

Love is in the air at 2011 Stockholm Film Festival
Sweden

Love is in the air at 2011 Stockholm Film Festival

Seven Swedish designs that will blow your mind
Sweden

Seven Swedish designs that will blow your mind

Swedish weapons sold to dictatorships: agency
Sweden

Swedish weapons sold to dictatorships: agency

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Sweden

Swede’s Jesus pics fuel Serb gay pride fury

Swedish art ‘contributed’ to Serb pride parade ban
Sweden

Swedish art ‘contributed’ to Serb pride parade ban

Assange in bid to sue Australian prime minister
Sweden

Assange in bid to sue Australian prime minister

Power, Pussy Riot and Redford hit Stockholm
Sweden

Power, Pussy Riot and Redford hit Stockholm

Italy’s democratic party set for leadership battle
Italy

Italy’s democratic party set for leadership battle

Italy to have more leeway in public spending
Italy

Italy to have more leeway in public spending

Ridley Scott to shoot Moses movie in Spain
Spain

Ridley Scott to shoot Moses movie in Spain

Spain’s anti-evictions lobby wins EU prize
Spain

Spain’s anti-evictions lobby wins EU prize

Fifty crisis-hit families to get free holidays
Spain

Fifty crisis-hit families to get free holidays

Swiss cheese exports dented by price war
Switzerland

Swiss cheese exports dented by price war

Amazon adds fourth distribution centre
France

Amazon adds fourth distribution centre

Cannibal-case cop fined for hard-core porn
Switzerland

Cannibal-case cop fined for hard-core porn

Swiss photographer sues Apple over ‘eye’ image
Switzerland

Swiss photographer sues Apple over ‘eye’ image

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France

French jobless rate up again in June

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France

Unemployment rises for third straight month

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Switzerland

Rival party leader calls SVP a ‘sect of morons’

France attacks ‘a little’ like 9/11: Sarkozy
France

France attacks ‘a little’ like 9/11: Sarkozy

Norwegians sick of English in adverts: report
Norway

Norwegians sick of English in adverts: report

Nearly 50,000 young people left Italy last year
Italy

Nearly 50,000 young people left Italy last year

Italy slashes growth figures ahead of crucial referendum
Italy

Italy slashes growth figures ahead of crucial referendum

Brits in Germany left ‘fuming’ by Brexit polling card fiasco
Germany

Brits in Germany left ‘fuming’ by Brexit polling card fiasco

Almost half of Brits in Germany won’t vote on Brexit
Germany

Almost half of Brits in Germany won’t vote on Brexit

Brits in Sweden ‘least informed’ about EU vote
Sweden

Brits in Sweden ‘least informed’ about EU vote

The EU is ‘too lenient’ on overspending Italy: auditor
Italy

The EU is ‘too lenient’ on overspending Italy: auditor

5 practical things Brits abroad can do to keep UK in the EU

5 practical things Brits abroad can do to keep UK in the EU

How to make Swedish roast lamb with garlic
Sweden

How to make Swedish roast lamb with garlic

Italy’s Renzi criticizes Franco-German dominance in EU
Italy

Italy’s Renzi criticizes Franco-German dominance in EU

I’m not scared of polls or my own party: Merkel
Germany

I’m not scared of polls or my own party: Merkel

Almost 20,000 refugees arrive in one weekend
Germany

Almost 20,000 refugees arrive in one weekend

Refugee crisis tests EU’s core ideals: Merkel
Germany

Refugee crisis tests EU’s core ideals: Merkel

Italy ‘will benefit most’ from EU-US trade pact
Italy

Italy ‘will benefit most’ from EU-US trade pact

Italy makes comeback on EU foreign policy
Italy

Italy makes comeback on EU foreign policy

Stockholm ‘pop-up’ diner shuts as secret divulged
Sweden

Stockholm ‘pop-up’ diner shuts as secret divulged

Paris bans anti-gay marriage ‘pilgrims’ demo
France

Paris bans anti-gay marriage ‘pilgrims’ demo

EU ‘could revoke’ green German energy rules
Germany

EU ‘could revoke’ green German energy rules

Assange files Sweden extradition appeal
Sweden

Assange files Sweden extradition appeal

Swedish lunch lady in pole dance protest
Sweden

Swedish lunch lady in pole dance protest

Merkel to visit Balkans to ease tensions
Germany

Merkel to visit Balkans to ease tensions

Turkey demands support for EU membership
Germany

Turkey demands support for EU membership

Nuclear power is only cheap for the industry
Germany

Nuclear power is only cheap for the industry

Swedes have the longest holidays in Europe: study
Sweden

Swedes have the longest holidays in Europe: study

Merkel: Germany ‘strong’ enough to cope with financial crisis
Germany

Merkel: Germany ‘strong’ enough to cope with financial crisis