Libya’s warring factions have agreed on a roadmap to form a unity government after two days of UN-brokered talks in Geneva, touted as the last chance to avert total anarchy in the country.
The United Nations on Tuesday said that the latest wave of Boko Haram’s “vicious, ruthless attacks” in northeastern Nigeria had sent 11,320 people fleeing into Chad in a matter of days.
Growing and selling marijuana may soon become legal in once staid Geneva, a year after Switzerland decriminalised possessing the drug.
An estimated 670,000 children in Syria are being deprived of education after ISIS jihadis ordered schools closed to change the curriculum, the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) said on Tuesday.
Participants are expected to reconvene in 2015 to see if they can overcome the blockage
Switzerland has ordered a returned recruit of the ISIS group to do 600 hours of community service and will not send him to prison, in the country’s first sentencing of a foreign jihadist fighter.
Women in work in large parts of the world are better educated, more experienced and more productive than their male counterparts on average, but are still paid less, the Internat-ional Labor Organizat
Ebola-related deaths in west Africa will be higher than the number of people directly infected because of its disruption to already weak healthcare services, the World Health Organisation warned on Tu
Napoleon’s admirers will be able to carry his DNA on their wrists after a Swiss company announced on Wednesday its plans to sell watches containing a fragment of the emperor’s hair.
The Swiss will once again head to the polls this weekend to decide whether to dramatically slash immigration numbers, this time in the name of saving the environment in a proposal opponents have label