We moan in the Netherlands about pension cuts and having to work longer before we can retire. But David Pitt-Watson (60), a leading UK authority on socially responsible investments and pensions, says ...
Food sanctions issued by President Putin against the European Union are widely circumvented by Dutch and Belgian fruit companies. Through a smuggling trade, their produce still reaches Russian ...
Since the Houthi rebels took the capital of Yemen three years ago, Sanaa has been under siege. Ana Van Es drives there, through the frontline. Among all the decay, it appears there is still a Ministry ...
Smoke billows after bombings in the Deir Ezzor province, near Hajin, eastern Syria. The Syrian Democratic Forces secured Hajin, the largest settlement in what is the last pocket of territory ...
Aaf Brandt Corstius, columnist for de Volkskrant, answers the phone on Tuesday evening. An hour ago it was announced that the new British royal baby’s name is Archie. But our columnist already knew ...
Two Somali victims of a US drone strike take legal action against the Netherlands. In January 2014, both men were hit by an American missile and lost two young daughters. One nomad lost his leg and ...
Sometimes, when Loshkina dresses up the table festively, she takes a picture of the pears and posts it on Instagram. It’s a guarantee for likes: Russians are very fond of the pear from Western Europe.
The private communications of thousands of Dutch citizens has fallen into the hands of the Australian technology company Appen. It concerns telephone and chat conversations from 2010 and 2011.
An iron fence. Keycard. A door. Keycard. Put on lab coat, mouth cap, blue latex gloves. Hallway, yet another door. And there they are. The mice that defy time. Mouse 15-MI10959-05F wakes up in a bad ...
In 2008, the Danish intelligence agency uncovered the content of Geert Wilders' film Fitna through an undercover operation. This was done following a visit to Denmark by a representative of the Dutch ...
Salah Abdeslam, the only living terrorist behind the attacks in Paris, has radicalised even further in prison. That is one of the reasons he refuses to talk to the courts. That's what his former ...
Geert Wilders has just unwrapped a present he was given and looks slightly baffled at the man who gave it to him. Why would he need a suitcase? 'This suitcase', explains the Danish man, 'once belonged ...