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A judge has turned down Radovan Karadzic's request to investigate whether the United States government interfered with the administration of justice by intercepting the defendant's phone calls with his legal advisor.
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The Hague, Netherlands-based energy and chemicals giant announced Thursday it will restructure its oil and gas assets in the U.S. following underwhelming results over the past several years.
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A designer walks over to check the 3D printer, rear, as he passes part of a printed canal house, left, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Thursday March 13, 2014.
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A city bus driver in Banja Luka, the Serb Republic , was killed on Thursday at a bus stop when an unknown perpetrator threw in an explosive device.
Rome/Alkmaar, 13 March 2014 - Erik Buell Racing , the US manufacturer of supersport motorcycles, made their first public appearance in Europe at MotoDays in Rome on 6-9 March.
THE DUTCH, like everyone else, dream of owning their own homes. But they rarely realize that dream by starting from scratch.
For almost two months, the FreeWeibo app offered readers an uncensored version of China's most popular social media network, Sina Weibo.
Dutch anti-immigration politician Geert Wilders was referred to prosecutors on Thursday after making anti-Moroccan remarks at a campaign rally.
The company wants to extend its activities outside China into Europe, and the Yili Research and Development Centre is its first research centre in the region.
A ribbon for Rotterdam. Ready with the scissors for Turkish Airlines' first flight to Rotterdam on 4 March were : Mr Ferhat Yerli, General Manager for Turkish Airlines in Rotterdam; Mr Temel Kotil, CEO for Turkish Airlines; Mr Ahmed Aboutaleb, Mayor of Rotterdam; Mr Arslan, Turkish Ambassador in The Netherlands; and Mr Roland Wondolleck, Director ... (more)
FOR the first time, an armed UN mission is employing drones to keep the peace. In the past three months two Italian-made, snub-nosed craft with the UN logo painted on their sides have been taking off from Goma in eastern Congo to scan rebel-infested hill regions with high-tech cameras.
National Journal Contributing Editor James Kitfield discusses nuclear security with National Security Council staffer Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall at a Wednesday forum co-sponsored by the Nuclear Threat Initiative and National Journal LIVE.
Protesters picket the Chinese Consulate in Manila to protest the recent use of water cannons by the Chinese coast guard to drive away Filipino fishermen off the disputed Scarborough Shoal, in the South China Sea.
About a hundred people in Nijmegen took to the streets to demonstrate against police violence in Turkey.
News stories recently reported that the International Criminal Court convicted a Congolese warlord of being an accessory to war crimes and crimes against humanity.
SMATI Turtle, an automobile developed jointly by Ghana and the Netherlands, is reported to be making waves and attracting huge interest across Europe.
Clashes between the police and left-wing protesters took place outside the Dutch parliament in The Hague on Wednesday.