Foreign Affairs

"For democracy in Turkey": a demonstration in Bern on Saturday
The announcement of an investigation into Turkish spying in Switzerland comes on the heels of a visit by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu (left) to Bern, where he met his Swiss counterpart Didier Burkhalter
Macky Sall visits a vocational school in Lausanne
Swiss papers on Monday focused on Swiss-Turkish relations
Anti-Trump activists sending a message in the Swiss capital
EU tax commissioner Pierre Moscovici will consult with EU governments on how to proceed
For London, Brussels takes priority over Bern, according to the CBI's Paul Drechsler
LeVine (centre) with a rabbi from Lucerne and former cabinet minister Elisabeth Kopp at an event in Lucerne on International Holocaust Remembrance Day in 2015. LeVine has warned against growing intolerance and xenophobia
Swiss Economics Minister Johann Schneider-Ammann believes more action should be taken on Russian sanctions 
Journalists watched Xi Jinping's speech at the UN remotely and were unable to pose questions
Chinese officials say Xi has decided China will simply react to what Trump does as president rather than what he says as president-elect
Egypt's economy has been struggling since the 2011 uprising that overthrew Hosni Mubarak, with high inflation, foreign currency shortages, and lack of tourism and investment