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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

More: Prosecutors' spokesman in St. Gallen, Switzerland, says no indication train attack was linked to political or religious extremism - AP

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Swiss man who attacked train passengers, killing 1 and injuring 5, did not know any of his victims, St. Gallen prosecutors' spokesman say - AP

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Swiss police say 34-year-old woman dead after attack that left 3 others wounded critically after stabbing, burning attack on train near St. Gallen, Switzerland - AP

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Swiss police say no ties to terrorism in stabbing, burning of 5, including suspect, on train near St. Gallen - AP

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, may have been crime of passion, terrorism unlikely, police spokesperson says - Reuters

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Photo: Emergency crews at scene of train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland - @InfosFrancaises

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Editor's note: We're seeing reports from Swiss media that the count of seven injured in a train incident in St. Gallen includes the suspect. Broadcaster SRF says the other victims are two men ages 17 and 50, three women ages 17, 34, and 43, and a 6-year-old child. - Shelley

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

Police in St. Gallen, Switzerland, say suspect of train stabbing is a 27-year-old man who was carrying a flammable liquid - Tages Anzeiger

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Train attack in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Aug. 13, 2016

7 people suffer burn and knife wounds in attack on Swiss train, St. Gallen police say - Reuters

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Iran

Israel ordered to pay Iran roughly $1.1 billion in oil pipeline dispute dating back to 1960s; unclear whether Israel will cite own law in refusing Swiss court's ruling - SWI

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2016 Olympics

Switzerland's Fabian Cancellara wins gold in men's cycling time trial; silver for Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin; bronze for Britain's Chris Froome - Guardian

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outdoors incidents

Bodies of 2 British climbers recovered from the Matterhorn - PA

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2016 Olympics

Stan Wawrinka withdraws from Rio Olympics due to back injury, Swiss Tennis Federation says

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Credit Suisse

Switzerland's Credit Suisse to create US investment banking group business to serve billionaires - Reuters

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Switzerland

Switzerland's central bank reports net profit of 21.3 billion Swiss francs ($21.76 billion) during first 6 months of 2016 - Reuters

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Geneva Airport, Grand-Saconnex, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland

Security alert at Geneva Airport, Switzerland, triggered by false alarm, prosecutors say - Reuters

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2016 Olympics

Statement: Roger Federer, in Facebook message, on missing rest of tennis season: 'Considering all options after consulting with my doctors and my team, I have made the very difficult decision to call an end to my 2016 season as I need more extensive rehabilitation following my knee surgery earlier this year. The doctors advised that if I want to play on the ATP World Tour injury free for another few years, as I intend to do, I must give both my knee and body the proper time to fully recover. It is tough to miss the rest of the year'

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2016 Olympics

Roger Federer says he is out for rest of 2016 season due to knee surgery rehabilitation, will miss Rio Olympics

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Malaysian corruption investigation

Swiss attorney general says Switzerland is helping US authorities in investigation of Malaysian sovereign fund - Reuters

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Bastille Day attack in Nice, France

Editor's note: The Guardian reports French authorities and families have identified four victims of the Nice attack. Swiss, German, Tunisian, Algerian and Russian citizens are also identified as victims in local reports. There are reports that two Americans were killed, but while the U.S. State Department said they are aware of reports, they won't confirm any numbers. French officials say 84 people were killed after a man drove through a Bastille Day crowd on Thursday. - Stephanie

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