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The Swiss daily newspaper Tages-Anzeiger doubted that Ursula von der Leyen will be able to deliver.
In Lucerne, hundreds of women staged a sit-down protest in front of the city's theater, according to the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper, and some of the paper's female reporters joined in.
Previously, he worked as a business journalist for the "Tages-Anzeiger", "Cash" and "Berner Zeitung".
Weber, the former head of the German central bank, the Bundesbank, told the Zurich-based newspaper Tages-Anzeiger that speculation about a tie-up was just talk, and that UBS wanted to grow on its own, despite weighing other business options.
UBS (UBS) chairman Axel Weber said the bank is not seeking a merger with any other bank following speculation that UBS may join forces with Deutsche Bank (DB), CNBC reports, citing the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper.
Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger said Swiss police confirmed that at least one of the Barcelona suspects had been in Zurich in December 2016, although it said it was not yet possible to say if the suspects had any connections to Switzerland.
"In the east of Aleppo, the food will last a maximum of two weeks, probably until the end of August," Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger quoted him as saying on Saturday.
Officers carrying rifles and body armour were seen in the city centre, according to pictures published online by the daily Tages-Anzeiger. Harry Hofmann is known for buying and selling exclusive antique and used jewellery and diamonds.
"That is not on the agenda of the coalition and the NATO allies," he told the Tages-Anzeiger paper when asked about dispatching ground forces to accompany air strikes.
In an interview with the Swiss Tages-Anzeiger newspaper, the
The men, who are facing extradition to the United States, are requesting bail on health grounds, saying they are too old and not fit enough to remain in custody, according to Swiss newspaper Tages-Anzeiger.
La siguiente cita, que el autor hace de una entrevista dada por Alan Greenspan--entonces presidente de la Reserva Federal de Estados Unidos--al diario suizo Tages-Anzeiger, en 2007, ilustra este punto: