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President Buhari directs lockdown of Lagos, Ogun and FCT Abuja, NNPC declares fuel sufficiency
3 days ago
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Netherlands apologizes for WWII persecution of Jews for first time
The premier has become the first official to issue an apology on behalf of the government for failing to protect Jews during World War II. He said too many Dutch civil servants "carried out the orders of the occupiers."
Two arrested after attempt to sell 12 billion passwords
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The website purported to give access to stolen data from 10,000 data breaches, giving hackers easy access to user credentials. The police operation tracking the cybercrime involved the UK, US, Netherlands and Germany.
Migrant rescue ship Sea-Watch 3 changes flag from Dutch to German
The Sea-Watch organization accused the Netherlands of purposely trying to prevent the rescue of drowning refugees. The group expressed the hope that Germany would be a better supporter of its mission.
Buhari hosts Netherland's Prime Minister In Abuja
President Muhammadu Buhari and Prime Minister Mark Rutte of Netherlands have agreed to work together to deepen trade volume, private investment and fight human trafficking among others.
Violence against referees - a far too common occurrence in Europe
There appears to be no end to reports of violence against officials in amateur football in Germany. However, the problem is not unique to Germany; here's a look at where things stand in the Netherlands and England.
Netherlands: '4,000 schools shut' in teacher strike
More than 4,000 schools in the Netherlands shut down on Wednesday owing to a teacher strike, according to organizers. The strike is the latest in a series of mass protests across the country.
Nigeria, Netherlands sign agreement on job creation
10 Jul 2019
Nigeria, Netherlands sign agreement on job creation.
Dutch birdwatcher held hostage by terrorists killed in gun battle with Philippine army
4 Jun 2019
Ewold Horn from the Netherlands was Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf's longest-held hostage. The military said that it also killed the Abu Sayyaf commander's wife during its raid.
EU leaders: We won't follow Trump's Huawei ban
17 May 2019
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Germany, France and the Netherlands have said they will not block Huawei from participating in the expansion of national 5G networks. The US fears that China could use Huawei equipment for spying.
Multiple people injured in Utrecht shooting
18 Mar 2019
Authorities in the Netherlands say several people have been injured in a shooting on a tram in Utrecht. The terror threat level around the Dutch city has been raised to maximum as police hunt for the suspected gunman.
Police target 'Ndrangheta mafia in raids across Europe
6 Dec 2018
Police in Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Belgium have arrested several members of the Calabrian mafia. The 'Ndrangheta is heavily involved in Europe's cocaine trade.