Tag: Swiss

Swedish oil firm executives go on trial over war crimes in South Sudan

September 6, 2023

Two former executives at a Swedish oil company Lundin Oil are going on trial on Tuesday (5 September), with both defendants accused of complicity in ... Read More

France: Wanted ex-GIA Islamist Nabbed in Switzerland

September 23, 2016

Swiss justice authorities Thursday pinned down Merouane Benahmed, former member of the Algerian Armed Islamic Group, on the run from French authorities that had put ... Read More

European Companies Exploit Lax Regulations to Sell Dirty Diesel to African Countries- Public Eye

September 19, 2016

Swiss NGO, Public Eye, has issued a report denouncing the export of high polluting diesel by several European companies to African countries by taking advantage ... Read More

Libya: GNC announces its come-back to Dialogue Talks in Geneva

September 3, 2015

The Turkey-backed Libyan General National Congress surprisingly announced it will take part in the Libyan Dialogue process due to continue this Thursday in the Swiss ... Read More

Qatar “could” lose FIFA World Cup if it was “bought,” FIFA’s Domenico Scala

June 8, 2015

The independent chairman of FIFA's audit and compliance committee Domenico Scala told Swiss newspaper Sonntagszeitung that Russia and Qatar could be stripped off their rights ... Read More

Major Job cuts to save UBS

October 31, 2012

Lately many European banks have been suffering because of the slow European economy. UBS, one of the major Swiss bank wishes to prevent dilapidating profits ... Read More