Apparently, this is breaking news and the BBC's site doesn't have many details at this time, but a group of unidentified people have apparently taken over the Spanish Consulate in Bern, the Swiss capital, at around 7:10 local time. The police have sealed off the building and the surrounding area, and some reports say they have taken one or two hostages.
This caught my eye as much for where it's happening as for the fact that it's breaking news. For all the possible/alleged "dodgy dealing" attached to Swiss banks (or, more accurately, their protection of their clients' privacy), it's one of the countries I'd least expect something like this to happen in. I can't remember the last time I read an interesting news story involving Switzerland...
I hope this one doesn't get too "interesting"
(BBC story at present is here)