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Snapp Shots: Cal grad entrepreneurs achieving great successes
The last time I wrote about Alejandro Velez and Nikhil Aurora, they had just returned from the Netherlands, where their new business, BTTR Ventures beat more than 1,500 contestants worldwide to win $10,000 in the 2009 World Challenge Competition for Social Ventures.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Foreign ministry summons Dutch ambassador over 'pro-boycott atmosphere' in Holland
The Foreign Ministry summoned Dutch Ambassador Casper Veldkamp to protest what it said were "ambiguous" statements by the Dutch Foreign Ministry creating a pro-boycott atmosphere of Israel in the Netherlands, on Wednesday.
The Baltimore Sun
Daughter of Libya's former spy chief calls for him to be tried in The Hague
Muammar Gaddafi's former spy chief should be brought to The Hague to face trial, his daughter said on Wednesday, warning that he faced a show trial and death in Libya unless extradited.
The Miami Herald
Court: Mladic has to testify in Karadzic trial
The U.N.'s Yugoslav war crimes tribunal said Wednesday that former Bosnian Serb army chief Gen.
Sapling from Anne Frank's Tree Cut Down in Amsterdam
A sapling that came from the tree that stood outside the hiding place of Anne Frank in Amsterdam was cut down and stolen in Frankfurt, German police said.
Nineteen LRA rebels captured
Ugandan troops have captured 19 Lord's Resistance Army rebels in the Central African Republic , the African Union said, a sizeable victory in the hunt for the elusive jungle insurgents.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Former E. Timor president fumes over...
Former East Timor president Jose Ramos-Horta on Wednesday warned Australia not to underestimate the damage caused by spying allegations, which he said had angered many of his countrymen.
Serbia, Croatia prepare for genocide trial
Two decades after the regional conflicts, Croatia and Serbia are asking the Hague International Court of Justice to answer the question: Who is to blame for all the suffering and destruction? Despite talks between Serbia and Croatia on dropping the mutual charges of genocide during the 1990s conflict at The Hague's International Court of Justice, ... (more)
Netherlands to Maintain Midwest Consulate in Chicago
The Dutch Parliament and the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Netherlands have announced that its consulate in Chicago will remain open.
Analysis: Sudan's Bashir empowers old army ally, tightens grip
Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir's appointment of an old military ally as his deputy may shield one of Africa's longest-serving rulers from risks at home and abroad.
Dutch govt: Reporter and her partner freed after 6 months of being held hostage in Yemen
The media and a small group of guests were given a sneak preview of the majestic show Cavalia Odysseo in Vancouver.
Your guide to the 2013 Nobel Prizes
The winners of the 2013 Nobel Prizes will collect their $1.2 million awards Tuesday at ceremonies in Stockholm and Oslo.
Your guide to the 2013 Nobel Prizes
Ahmet Uzumcu director general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, centre, addresses a press conference, with Chairman of the Norwegian Nobel Committee Thorbjorn Jagland, left and Geir Lundestad, head of the Norwegian Nobel Institute at the Nobel Institute, in Oslo Monday Dec. 9, 2013.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Brazil expresses concern over CAR crisis
Brazil expressed concern on Monday over the "deterioration of political and institutional framework in the Central African Republic ," where violence claimed hundreds of lives last week.
Radio Netherlands Wereldomroep
Radio Netherlands Worldwide
Nelson Mandela died on Thursday evening at the age of 95. South Africa's great champion of unity and equality was a living symbol of freedom for millions of people around the world.
Dutch Minister to Question US Embassy About Rooftop Antennas
The Dutch Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations will question the U.S. Embassy over the purpose of its rooftop antennas, the minister wrote in a letter to the House of Representatives Monday.
End attacks on civilians in C. African Republic -Hague prosecutor
The International Criminal Court's prosecutor called for an end to attacks on civilians in the Central African Republic on Monday, saying parties involved in the escalating violence risked being investigated and prosecuted.
The Daily Beast
Last Call for the Dutch MastersBy William O'Connor
Some of the Dutch Golden Era's best works, including 'Girl with the Pearl Earring,' are making the final stop in their American tour at The Frick Collection.
The Daily Star
Syrian opposition gets lessons in negotiating
Dutch Foreign Affairs minister Frans Timmermans signs a condolence book for South Africa's late Nelson Mandela in The Hague on December 6, 2013, a day after his death.
Syrian army retakes road needed to ship out chemical weapons
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces have taken control of a highway connecting Damascus to the coast that is needed to extract hundreds of tons of toxic chemicals for destruction, a monitoring group said on Monday.