Over 70 theatres in the Netherlands are inviting people to get a haircut while performers put on a show in the background to bypass COVID restrictions.
Haunted by past events, Marcel Jeninga has almost single-handedly challenged child abuse laws in the Netherlands and Germany. Now he wants to do the same for the rest of the EU.
Dutch populist Thierry Baudet had called unvaccinated people “the new Jews,” and repeatedly compared the plight of anti-vaxxers to the systematic extermination of European Jews.
Ingeborg Beugel said she has been forced to leave her home of 40 years as part of a wave of intimidation of media and NGOs over pushbacks of migrants.
The death of Peter R. de Vries has shocked the Netherlands and is raising new questions about the lengths organised crime gangs controlling access to the world’s biggest cocaine market will go to target their opponents.
Peter R. de Vries died one week after being shot in the head as he left a TV studio in central Amsterdam.
Peter R. de Vries is said to be fighting for his life in hospital. The 64-year-old has long been the subject of threats from underworld organised crime figures.
Although hijacked by the far-right, the phrase actually describes the legal status of thousands of people.
The pandemic has led to a new outbreak of violence, one that is largely passing under the radar because some countries refuse to collate race-based hate crime data.
Hundreds have been arrested following violent protests in more than 10 towns and cities, as a nighttime curfew was imposed in the Netherlands.
Bob Hendrikx created the Loop Living Cocoon, a biodegradable coffin made of mushroom mycelium, as part of his dream to help us live—and die—sustainably.