Pakistan is displeased over posters that appeared in Geneva with the message "Free Balochistan."
The Swiss go to the polls on Sunday! Even if you can't vote, you can tell us your opinion on the issues, right here.
Tama's tales: In this videoblog episode, Tama talks to members of the “Dialogue en route” project, who take groups of young people to religious buildings and teach them about different faiths and cultures.
Three Swiss Muslim group members charged with making al-Qaeda propaganda.
Switzerland is sending a team of civil engineers to Mexico to help rescuers cope with the aftermath of Tuesday’s huge earthquake.
How do Swiss elite athletes combine their demanding training schedules and competitions with their studies?
🎥 Researchers have been looking for this sanctuary for more than a century.
Fifty countries so far have signed on to the first treaty to ban nuclear weapons. If they follow through by ratifying it, the treaty will take effect. Switzerland says it needs time to reflect on its official position despite adopting the convention in July.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was in Lausanne on Wednesday to open a new exhibition of his politically-engaged work. Swissinfo.ch was there for an advance preview.
GALLERY: Shady late-night backroom deals, relieved elation and hidden disappointment - and forests of flowers. A colourful glimpse into a Swiss cabinet election.
Schweizer Fernsehen SRF und die internationale Medienlandschaft
Sichtweisen und Beobachtungen eines 55-jährigen Schweizers, der die Hälfte seines Lebens in der Schweiz und die andere in Südkalifornien verbracht hat.
Ticino welcomes ministerial post for Cassis
Bells rang out in the southern canton of Ticino following the election of local politician, Ignazio Cassis, to the Swiss cabinet. But his political opponents are ...
Find the bat!
Dogs are being used to sniff out bats in canton Ticino, so that more can be done to protect the endangered species. If foresters, for example, know where they ...
Making your voice heard in a democracy
Democracy is a bit like a puzzle, with many different people holding a piece. People trying to solve the puzzle have to discuss ideas and vote, and if citizens ...
Atares: the first electric glider to be certified
The first ever first 'Fly-In' has been held in canton Solothurn, showcasing a range of electric or hybrid-powered aircraft. The Antares motor glider, made by Lange ...
Soaring with the birds in an electric glider
The first ever first 'Fly-In' has been held in canton Solothurn, showcasing a range of electric or hybrid-powered aircraft. Cornelia Ruppert presented the ...
The first all-electric aerobatic trainer aircraft
The first ever first 'Fly-In' has been held in canton Solothurn, showcasing a range of electric or hybrid-powered aircraft. Frank Anton, head of electric aircraft at ...
Too much toilet roll?
The Swiss are one of the world's top consumers of toilet paper. What's the effect on the environment? Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland, Swiss ...
What’s so new about pink chocolate?
'Ruby' chocolate is the latest thing out of Switzerland, but what makes it pink and is it really any different to normal chocolate? Nouvo brings you short videos ...
The turbulent history of dual citizenship
Today, one in six Swiss has more than one nationality, but it hasn't stopped a high profile Swiss politician from sending back one of his two passports. Nouvo ...
Planning permission by popular consent
Have you ever come across a collection of metal pylons on a patch of grass next to a house and wondered what they were for? In this episode Diccon Bewes ...