In Switzerland, children as young as 12 who are deemed a threat could be required to register with authorities, be placed under surveillance or have passports confiscated. Those as young as 15 could get house arrest.
📷 See how Switzerland today compares to Switzerland just after the Second World War.
Switzerland is at the bottom of the pack in Europe along with Denmark, Norway and Germany.
The move is a gesture against the policy of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini to criminalise the rescue of migrants in the Mediterranean Sea.
The majority of surveillance operations involved drug trafficking related offences.
Interest rates for youth and pension accounts are also set to fall.
Switzerland has never seen anything like it: 12,000 Chinese tourists turning up in three waves. But what's behind the company that's paying for it all?
Not only are asylum seekers and migrants finding it harder to get to Europe, but those who manage to get close without drowning are being pushed back…to Libya, a country in violent turmoil. The view from Geneva.
A support group for female migrants provided care for 108 new cases of human trafficking in Switzerland last year. Taken together with the 113 ongoing consultations, overall numbers of victims remains constant.
The Swiss customs office has agreed to forge closer links with counterparts in the United States as both countries flirt with the idea of reigniting talks over a free trade agreement.
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