Malaysia Airlines

Dutch gov't to take Russia to European rights court over MH17

Boeing 777 travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was shot down by a missile from rebel-held eastern Ukraine in 2014.

Dutch gov't to take Russia to European rights court over MH17

AJ IMPACT

Netherlands tourism: Businesses wait to see reopening benefits

There is no sign of visitors even though restrictions have been lifted, but many fear the Netherlands is too dependent on tourism.

Europe

Netherlands holds virtual auction of 5G network bandwidth

There is hope the move by the Dutch government will raise at least $1bn, but the plan has been fiercely opposed by rights groups.

Europe

Kosovo's President Thaci, nine others indicted for war crimes

Court probing crimes committed during and after Kosovo's war with Serbia indicts Hashim Thaci and nine former fighters.

Kosovo's President Thaci, nine others indicted for war crimes

Europe

ICC hears prosecutor's appeal against Laurent Gbagbo's acquittal

ICC prosecutor says UN tribunal erred in clearing former Ivory Coast president on charges of crimes against humanity.

ICC hears prosecutor's appeal against Laurent Gbagbo's acquittal

Europe

Black Lives Matter movement blooms in Netherlands, Belgium

Teenagers in both countries have come to the forefront in the Black Lives Matter movement after being inspired by events in the United States.

Europe

The Netherlands struggling to meet housing demand

Number of homeless people has doubled in recent years and 300,000 new houses are urgently needed, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the yearly target will not be met.

AJ Impact

EU calls for global alliance to buy COVID-19 vaccines upfront

The US has so far made clear it is prioritising its citizens for COVID-19 vaccines.

EU calls for global alliance to buy COVID-19 vaccines upfront

Europe

Amsterdam protest: Thousands rally against racism in capital city

The Netherlands questions some of its longtime traditions in light of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Trying to stay afloat: Dutch heritage vessels sail in protest

Dutch owners of historic sailing vessels set out to sea to protest the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on tourism.

Europe

Dutch minks culled after farmers infected with coronavirus

Researchers urge other countries to test their animals after thousands of minks are infected with the virus.

Europe

Netherlands reopens with strict social distancing rules

Crowds have been out across the Netherlands as bars, restaurants, museums and theatres were allowed to reopen.

Opinion

Who should try Rwandan genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga?

Many Rwandans would like to see the man accused of funding the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi put on trial in Rwanda.

Nicola Palmer

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Nicola Palmer

AJ Impact

Defying all odds: Zimbabwean romcom Cook Off makes Netflix debut

The film's makers hope the global premiere will propel Zimbabwe's small movie sector to global audiences.

Defying all odds: Zimbabwean romcom Cook Off makes Netflix debut

Myanmar

Myanmar submits first report on Rohingya to UN's top court

Document about steps Myanmar took for protecting Rohingya from genocide is with ICJ, official says as critics cry foul.

Myanmar submits first report on Rohingya to UN's top court