European Union politicians fear other countries will follow Switzerland's lead in restricting immigration.
For the third time in a row, Viktor Orban and his Fidesz party have won the Hungarian elections with an overwhelming majority. The country's flailing opposition, which shares the blame, now faces an uncertain future.
The suspect is alleged to have sold illegal weapons online and called for "defense" against migrants. He may also be behind right-wing extremist websites and another online weapons shop.
It's expensive and anachronistic in these times of streaming services: On Sunday, Switzerland may vote to abolish the license fee for its public broadcaster, which may spell its end. Alison Langley reports from Zurich.
Swiss voters have rejected an initiative to scrap license fees for the national broadcaster at a referendum, final results show. The issue divided the country on political and generational lines.
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