Switzerland dropped to No. 11 in HSBC’s overall expat country rankings due to low ratings in the experience and family categories. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
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The Swiss government Wednesday finalized agreements to act as a go-between for Iran and Saudi Arabia, more than 20 months after the two Middle Eastern powers broke off diplomatic ties.The arrangement only involves consular services, such as helping Iranians who travel to Saudi Arabia for religious events, a Swiss diplomatic official said. Saudi Arabia and Iran broke off diplomatic ties in January 2016 after Saudi Arabia executed leading Islamic scholar Nimr al-Nimr, prompting protesters in Iran to attack the Saudi Embassy in Tehran.
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