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Switzerland takes an unusual step to control prostitution and help sex workers.
Outraged by a series of suicides, people in crisis-stricken Spain are fighting a wave of evictions they say is tearing their country apart.
Doctors rebel against rules forbidding public healthcare workers from treating illegal immigrants.
Meteoric unemployment is propelling a bid by US casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson, but critics say Spain stands a lot to lose.
Outrage mounts over a government spending billions to rescue banks, while coal towns go broke from premature subsidy cuts.
Amid economic crisis, Spaniards make run on (sperm and egg) banks to pay rent.
A mother and her long-lost daughter are reunited after 30 years, and the child's alleged abductor, a nun, goes on trial.
Amid nasty anti-immigration attacks, the Swiss People’s Party rises.
Docs and nuns took thousands of infants at birth and sold them to childless couples. The painful truth is now emerging.
The Swiss are aghast at their history of morality incarcerations.