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Critics say recent changes at the court in The Hague - perhaps made under political pressure - have allowed several top suspects to walk free.
7 hrs ago | Daily Times
THE HAGUE: European police have arrested 18 suspected members of a Georgian crime gang, confiscating weapons, drugs and cash in one of its most significant blows against Russian-speaking mafia groups on the continent, Europol said on Wednesday.
11 hrs ago | CBS News
A mother gorilla gave birth to twins in the Dutch Burgers' Zoo, in Arnhem, Netherlands, a rare occurrence among gorillas - especially for those in captivity.
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Brooklyn ambient artist Oneohtrix Point Never has been making some of the most well-regarded music of that kind for a few years now, and he's now inked a deal with influential electronic label Warp Records .
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U.S. President Barack Obama waves next to German Chancellor Angela Merkel outside the Chancellery in Berlin, June 19, 2013.
From spam to er, burnt food, we take a tour of the the world's weirdest and most wonderful food museums.
Energy consumers in the Netherlands are going to test out new smart grid equipment and technology through the PowerMatching City program.
The Danish recycling manufacturing company Eldan Recycling A/S has opened its newest sales office in Haarlem, Netherlands.
SOUTH Africa has always had close ties with the Dutch and nowhere is this more visible than in the arts.
Mazda set a new world record over the weekend for the "largest parade of Mazda cars" using its MX-5 Miata sports car.
Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto must appear in person for certain sessions of his trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, but can otherwise carry out his official duties, the court said on Tuesday.
Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas is resigning due to a corruption scandal involving his closest aide.
In honor of Maurits Cornelis Escher's birthday, we are revisiting a post originally published last year honoring the Dutch artist's life and work.
A Libyan official says the trial of ousted dictator Moammar Gadhafi's son, his spy chief and his last prime minister will take place in August.
Football fans observe a minute's silence in memory of Richard Nieuwenhuizen before an Eredivisie match in December.
A Dutch court has convicted six young soccer players and the father of one of the athletes of manslaughter in the death of a volunteer linesman who was knocked to the ground and repeatedly kicked after a youth match last December in a brutal attack that shocked this soccer-loving nation.