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It started with an old double-decker bus. About 20 years ago, a group of friends who had met while following the Dutch soccer team around the world decided over beers that it would be fun to buy an old bus. They would paint it orange, the Dutch national color. They would outfit it with a bar and some very strong loudspeakers, and then they would take it on the road to watch their team. But the bus is no longer just a bus.
Persons: Organizations: Dutch soccer Locations: Dutch, Germany
CNN —A dance tune with two simple instructions and involving thousands of bouncing, orange-clad soccer fans has gone viral at this year’s European Championships. Prompted by the song, fans link arms and jump to the left. It might sound straightforward enough, but the sight of thousands of fans dressed in orange dancing and singing in unison while walking to the game has been something to behold at Euro 2024. Ahead of the Netherlands’ group game against France, Kemps went to Leipzig to help entertain the Dutch fans before the match started. While Dutch people have sung and danced to the song for years, Kemps says fans of Dutch soccer started adopting it after the women’s team won the European Championship in 2017.
Persons: ‘ Snollebollekes ’, , Snollebollekes, Rob Kemps, Kemps, , John MacDougall, doesn’t, he’s, , Max Verstappen, ” Kemps, ” Rob Kemps, Berk, Guido Pauw, Pauw, it’s, Gareth Southgate’s Organizations: CNN, Dutch national, Turkey, Sunday, Berlin Police, CNN Sport, Getty, France, Tour de France, , , England, Dortmund Locations: Leipzig, Holland, Germany, Netherlands, Dutch, Utrecht, Dortmund, Spain
You can opt-out at any time by visiting our Preferences page or by clicking "unsubscribe" at the bottom of the email. download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewNATO has selected outgoing Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte as its next Secretary-General. Rutte, a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, will take over from Jens Stoltenberg on October 1, ending the latter's decadelong run at the helm of the alliance. Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
Persons: , Mark Rutte, Rutte, Vladimir Putin, Jens Stoltenberg, Philippe Dickinson, Dickinson, Trump, Rachel Rizzo, he's, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Michael O'Hanlon, Putin Organizations: Service, Dutch, Business, Transatlantic Security, Strategy, Security, Alliance, Trump, NATO, Atlantic Council's, Getty, Brookings Institution, Malaysia Airlines Flight Locations: Netherlands, Ukraine, Gaza, Russia, China, Dutch
CNN —A Dutch beach volleyball player who served time in prison for raping a child 10 years ago will represent the Netherlands at this year’s Olympics. “We know Steven’s history,” Michel Everaert, general director at Nevobo – the Dutch Volleyball Federation – said in a statement. Everaert said that the federation spoke extensively with the Dutch National Olympic Committee (NOC), the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) and van de Velde before his return to the sport. “I am also grateful to the Dutch volleyball federation, because they offered me, with clear conditions and agreements, a future in this beautiful sport again. The International Olympic Committee told CNN that the “nomination of individual team members, following qualification on the field of play, is the sole responsibility of each respective National Olympic Committee.
Persons: Steven van de Velde, , ” Michel Everaert, Nevobo, Dutch Volleyball Federation –, Everaert, van de Velde, Steven, ” Everaert, Van de Velde, , ” Nevobo, ” “, de Velde Organizations: CNN, Dutch Volleyball Federation, Dutch National Olympic Committee, International Volleyball Federation, FIVB, NOC, Olympic Games, Olympic Committee, Olympic Locations: Netherlands, Paris, England, , Dutch
This photograph shows European countries' flags waving in front of the European Parliament building in Strasbourg, eastern France, on June 6, 2024. Over 400 million people are eligible to vote for the 720 members of the European Parliament (MEPs). Voter turnout was just above 50% in the last EU election of 2019, according to official data. This includes Dutch nationalist Geert Wilders' anti-immigration party, which recorded significant gains in Thursday's Netherland's EU election, according to the latest exit polls. The European Parliament
Persons: SEBASTIEN BOZON, Sebastien Bozon, Geert Wilders, Wilders Organizations: Getty, Afp, Union, EU, Parliament, Thursday's Netherland's EU, Labour, Green, Party for Freedom Locations: Strasbourg, France, AFP, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Malta, Greece, Europe, Thursday's Netherland's, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Latvia, Slovakia, Ireland
Geert Wilders, leader of the Freedom Party, campaigns ahead of the European elections, in The Hague, Netherlands, on Wednesday, June 5, 2024. Dutch nationalist Geert Wilders' anti-immigration party on Thursday was projected to have made large gains in the Netherlands' election for the European Parliament, an exit poll published by broadcaster NOS showed. Wilders' PVV party, which won the national election last year but secured no seat at the previous EU election, was predicted to have won seven seats, one less than the Labour/Green Left combination. Voting in the Netherlands kicked off four days of elections for the EU parliament across the 27 EU member states. The actual result of the Dutch election will be announced after voting has closed in all 27 member states, on Sunday at 2100 GMT.
Persons: Geert Wilders, Wilders Organizations: Freedom Party, Parliament, NOS, Labour Locations: The Hague, Netherlands
ChatGPT uses more than half a million kilowatt-hours of electricity daily, The New Yorker reported. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The publication reported that the average US household uses around 29 kilowatt-hours daily. Dividing the amount of electricity that ChatGPT uses per day by the amount used by the average household shows that ChatGPT uses more than 17 thousand times the amount of electricity. "You're talking about AI electricity consumption potentially being half a percent of global electricity consumption by 2027," de Vries told The Verge.
Persons: , buzzy, Alex de Vries, de Vries, Vries, OpenAI Organizations: Yorker, Service, New Yorker, Dutch National Bank, Joule, Big Tech, Nvidia —, Cisco, New Street Research, CNBC, Samsung, Microsoft, Consumer Energy Solutions Locations: New, Kenya, Guatemala, Croatia
CNN —Dutch track star Femke Bol continued her golden year on Saturday, smashing her own indoor 400-meter world record at the World Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow, Scotland. “It’s amazing to also run a world record again. Equally adept over the hurdles and on the flat, she is the current world champion in both the 400m hurdles and 4x400m relay. Last year, she broke the 41-year-old world record in the indoor 400m and currently owns four of the six fastest times in the event’s history. At the 2022 European Championships, Bol became the first ever woman to win both the 400m and 400m hurdles at a major championships.
Persons: Femke Bol, Lieke Klaver, Alexis Holmes, Forsheva, , ” Bol, Jane Barlow, Bol, I’ve, Organizations: CNN, Dutch, Olympics, Jane Barlow / Press Association, AP, Paris Olympics Locations: Dutch, Glasgow, Scotland
"It is hard to understand how the ECB ended up buying the bonds of property companies, while at the same time warning of the risks of property price inflation," former ECB chief economist Otmar Issing told Reuters. But data this week shows the central bank still owned the two bonds issued by SBB as of Nov. 24. While Sweden is not in the euro zone, SBB issued the debt bought by the ECB in neighbouring Finland, which is. Alongside the SBB bonds, the ECB also hoovered up the debt of other property companies which have since hit problems, including Sweden's Heimstaden. The ECB also gobbled up many German real estate bonds, including 39 issued by Vonovia, which has been selling property to cut debt.
Persons: Otmar Issing, Daniel Gros, Gros, Sweden's, Heimstaden, it's, Alexander Smith Organizations: SBB, European Central Bank, ECB, Reuters, Research, Institute, European, Bocconi University, Fitch, Vonovia, Thomson Locations: FRANKFURT, Europe, Germany, Sweden, Milan, Swedish, Finland
Direct train service from Amsterdam to London on the Eurostar, the sleek, fast train that connects Britain to northwestern Europe, will be suspended for six months next year, the train company said. The closing, which will begin in June, is a result of renovations at Amsterdam Centraal Station, from which the Eurostar to London departs. “It’s a shame,” she said, adding that the train company has worked to entice people to take trains instead of planes for short distances. A flight from Amsterdam to London takes less than an hour. The train trip from Amsterdam to London takes about four hours, with stops in Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, Brussels and Lille, France.
Persons: Carola Belderbos, Belderbos, , Organizations: Eurostar, Dutch Locations: Amsterdam, London, Britain, Europe, Rotterdam, Netherlands, Brussels, Lille, France
More than 10 intelligence and police officials in five European countries including Britain, Germany and France told Reuters they are increasing surveillance of Islamist militants. A British security official said the war in Gaza was likely to become the biggest recruiter for Islamist militants since the Iraq war in 2003, and that calls for attacks on Jewish and Western targets had risen in Europe. Two Islamist militant attacks in France and Belgium last month killed three people, and these two countries, Austria, Slovenia and Bosnia-Herzegovina have raised their terrorism threat alert levels. LONE WOLVESSecurity officials say the main danger for Europe is probably from attacks by "lone wolves" — assailants who are radicalised, often online, but have no formal links to more established groups. Although a truce has come into effect in Gaza, both sides have said the war is far from over.
Persons: Gonzalo Fuentes, radicalised, Mark Rowley, al, Jochen Kopelke, It's, Kopelke, Israel, Peter Knoope, Knoope, Iman Atta, Germany's Kopelke, influencers, Europol, Thomas Renard, Juliette Jabkhiro, Angelo Amante, Johan Ahlander, Phil Blenkinsop, Timothy Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, London, British, Islamic State, Islamic, WOLVES Security, Hamas, Dutch National, International Centre for, Timothy Heritage, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, BERLIN, Israel, Britain, Germany, Russia, China, Iran, Gaza, Iraq, Europe, Belgium, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Italy, al Qaeda, Islamic State, Qaeda, Afghanistan, Syria, United States, British, al, West
Dutch politician Thierry Baudet of the Forum for Democracy speaks after announcement of exit polls results of European elections in Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 23, 2019. REUTERS/Eva Plevier/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsAMSTERDAM, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Thierry Baudet, the leader of a far-right political party in the Netherlands, was assaulted during a campaign event two days before a national election, his party said. In a statement, Baudet's Forum for Democracy (FvD) said he had been struck in the back of the head with a beer bottle and struck on his temple. The assault drew condemnation as "totally unacceptable" from outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who is not a candidate in the Nov. 22 election. Baudet's FvD Party is known as Euro-sceptic, Dutch nationalist and anti-immigration.
Persons: Thierry Baudet, Eva Plevier, Baudet, Mark Rutte, Baudet's, Toby Sterling, Chizu Organizations: Forum, Democracy, REUTERS, Rights, for Democracy, Baudet's FvD, Dutch, Thomson Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Groningen
Joran van der Sloot is no longer the suspect in my daughter’s murder. The office told the Associated Press it was not immediately clear whether van der Sloot could face murder charges there. Joran van der Sloot (center) is transferred in a police car from the Ancon I jail in Lima, Peru, on June 8. She was last seen leaving a nightclub with van der Sloot and two other men. In court on Wednesday, Manasco said she considered van der Sloot’s “brutal murder of Natalee Holloway” in her decision to accept the plea agreement.
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Hamas hostages: what we know so far
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Israel has responded by pounding Gaza with air strikes, killing thousands, and has said it will act to free the hostages while wiping out Hamas. Hamas has suggested the hostages could be swapped for approximately 6,000 Palestinians held in Israeli prisons. Israel has said that there will be no end to the blockade of the enclave without freedom for Israeli hostages. Israel says the hostages were taken to Gaza but their exact whereabouts within the enclave are unknown, making their rescue more complicated. U.S. President Joe Biden said his administration is "workin’ like hell" to find American hostages held by Hamas.
Persons: Rachel Goldberg, Hersh Goldberg Polin, Ammar Awad, Israel, Kan, Mia Schem, Jake Sullivan, Jim Risch, Alberto Fernandez, Rishi Sunak's, Sunak, Ofir Engel, Kibbutz Be'eri, Garcovich, Ivan Illaramendi, Benjamin Netanyahu, Gal Hirsch, Hakan Fidan, Joe Biden, Britain's Sunak, Argentina's Fernandez, Emmanuel Macron, Olaf Scholz, Biden, Charlie Devereux, Crispian Balmer, Kylie MacLellan, Patricia Rua, John Irish, James Mackenzie, Patricia Zengerle, Grant McCool Organizations: REUTERS, Monday, Reuters, U.S, French, Tel Aviv . U.S, Thomson Locations: Gaza, Israel, Jerusalem, Rafah, Egypt, Thailand, Argentine, France, Portugal, Portuguese, Chilean, Spanish, Italy, Turkey, Germany, U.S, Franco, Berlin, Tel Aviv
Sept 26 (Reuters) - England coach Sarina Wiegman said there will be no divided loyalties for her in Utrecht on Tuesday when the Lionesses face her native Netherlands in the Women's Nations League. Wiegman played for the Dutch national team before leading them to Euro 2017 glory on home soil and a runner-up finish at the 2019 World Cup in France. The 53-year-old, who led England to victory at the Euros in 2022 and second place at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, is back in the Netherlands with England for the first time since her appointment in August 2020. "Of course we know each other really well, I know the staff - most of the staff didn't change that much - and the players ... I want the Netherlands to have the best - but we want to be first in the league."
Persons: Sarina Wiegman, Wiegman, It's, Hritika Sharma, Peter Rutherford Organizations: Women's Nations, Dutch, Scotland, Nations League, Thomson Locations: England, Utrecht, Netherlands, France, Australia, New Zealand, Sunderland, Belgium, Hyderabad
The people believed to be involved in the theft have already been arrested and convicted, after the police intercepted their encrypted communications — meaning that they could not have been the ones to physically return the painting, Brand said. Over the last few years, he had already received tips relating to the painting, including photographs of the artwork. Brand did not reveal the identity of the tipster. In 2019, for example, he found a stolen Picasso. Brand said he had worked together with the Dutch police to find the work.
Persons: Brand, ” Brand, Indiana Jones, , ” Tipsters, Picasso Organizations: Dutch, NOS, Brand
The Netherlands is sending up to 42 F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine to help aid its war against Russia. The event marked the arrival of the first bodies of the victims of flight MH17, which was shot down over Russian separatist-controlled territory, killing all 298 passengers, including 196 Dutch nationals. Matthew LotzColijn said the tragedy also helped Dutch people contextualize Russia's war on Ukraine. REUTERSBut while the delivery of F-16 jets may seem symbolic, Colijn said it was largely a pragmatic move. The Dutch defense ministry has long been planning on phasing out its aging F-16 fleet, which it has been replacing with F-35s.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Putin, Mark Rutte, Chris Colijn, Matthew Lotz Colijn, Rutte, doesn't, Colijn, Piet Ploeg, Ploeg, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Russia Paul van Hooft, van Hooft, Van Hooft, I'm Organizations: Russia, Eindhoven Airbase, Service, Eindhoven, Malaysia Airlines Amsterdam, Ukraine —, Reuters, RTL Nederland, US Air Force, Fighting Falcons US Air Force, Tech, REUTERS, MH17, Foundation, Dutch, Hague, Strategic Studies Locations: Netherlands, Ukraine, Wall, Silicon, Kuala Lumpur, Russian, Russia
Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz speaks to the media after casting his ballot on the day of Israel's general election outside a polling station in Rosh Ha'ayin, Israel November 1, 2022. REUTERS/Nir Elias/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsAMSTERDAM, Aug 25 (Reuters) - The Dutch supreme court ruled on Friday that two Israeli former military commanders, including ex-defence minister Benny Gantz, are immune from civil prosecution in the Netherlands in a case brought over the deaths of six Palestinians in an Israeli air strike. In the suit, Ziada sought unspecified damages against Gantz under Dutch universal jurisdiction rules, which allows countries to prosecute serious offences committed elsewhere. Sixty-seven Israeli soldiers and six civilians in Israel also died, according to Israeli military and health officials. Reporting by Charlotte Van Campenhout and Stephanie van den Berg; editing by Mark HeinrichOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Benny Gantz, Nir Elias, Gantz, Amir Eshel, Ismail Ziada, Ziada, Charlotte Van Campenhout, Stephanie van den Berg, Mark Heinrich Our Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Dutch, Thomson Locations: Rosh Ha'ayin, Israel, Netherlands, Hamas, Gaza
AMSTERDAM, July 25 (Reuters) - Dutch police have arrested a man they described as their most wanted suspect in the investigation into the Genesis Market, a dark web marketplace for stolen computer credentials, shut down in a multi-national crackdown dubbed "Operation Cookie Monster". The Genesis website was closed in April in an operation said at the time to involve law enforcement agencies from 17 countries and more than 120 arrests. International investigators said the site had been used to sell stolen online credentials, such as web browser fingerprints and cookies, from more than 2 million people. In a statement, police said the 32-year-old Dutch national, a resident of Brazil, could be one of the top 10 users of the Genesis Market. The suspect was arrested last week when he was in the Netherlands but police did not publicise the arrest until this week for investigative purposes.
Persons: Charlotte Van Campenhout, Peter Graff Organizations: Genesis, Thomson Locations: AMSTERDAM, Brazil, Netherlands
That would cost the EU its figurehead in international climate negotiations and the politician who drove through Europe's toughest measures yet to cut planet-warming emissions. The move was at odds with the U.S., and faced ire from some EU countries who felt it gave too much away. Ribera's role at the helm of Spain's green agenda is on the line after a snap election on Sunday ended with gridlock. The EU wants to pass at least two more green policies before EU elections next year - the nature law and electricity market reforms. Spain - whose current government typically backs ambitious EU climate policies - holds the EU's rotating presidency, and will chair EU countries' negotiations on all new laws until 2024.
Persons: gridlock, Frans Timmermans, Michael Bloss, Timmermans, Teresa Ribera, Linda Kalcher, Ribera's, She's, Kalcher, Ribera, Emmanuel Macron, Pablo Simon, Carlos, Kate Abnett, Pietro Lombardi, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: EU, European, UN, Green, U.S, SECOND, gridlock, People's Party, Carlos III University, Thomson Locations: Spain, lurch BRUSSELS, Dutch, Santiago, Chile, Ribera, Europe, Italy
AMSTERDAM/BRUSSELS, July 20 (Reuters) - EU climate chief Frans Timmermans on Thursday said he wants to become the next Dutch prime minister and will contest a parliamentary election in the Netherlands in November. The four-party coalition government of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte resigned earlier this month after failing to reach an agreement on restricting immigration, triggering a vote on Nov. 22. Timmermans had been tipped as a top candidate to lead the Dutch parties following his campaign for European social democrats in the 2019 European election, which was widely regarded as a success. Timmermans, who speaks English, German, French, Italian and Russian in addition to his native Dutch, is known as a skilled negotiator during international climate negotiations and his departure from EU politics will cause shockwaves. How well he may perform in Dutch politics is an open question, but a poll published on Thursday indicated that 39% of Dutch voters said they trusted him to lead the next government.
Persons: Frans Timmermans, Mark Rutte, Timmermans, Rutte, Toby Sterling, Kate Abnett, Bart Meijer, Andrew Cawthorne, Bernadette Baum, Alex Richardson Organizations: Dutch, Labour, Green Left, Labour and Green Left, de Volkskrant, EU, Thomson Locations: AMSTERDAM, BRUSSELS, Netherlands, EU, Dutch, Timmermans, Rutte's, Limburg, Brussels
CNN —Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Monday he would step down as leader of the country’s ruling party and leave politics, after his government collapsed over immigration policy, Dutch national broadcaster and CNN affiliate NOS reported. The inveterate survivor of Dutch politics, nicknamed “Teflon Mark” because scandals surrounding his four consecutive governments did not stick to him, announced his surprise decision at a parliamentary debate in the Hague. The more hardline approach to immigration policy came after the numbers of those seeking asylum in the Netherlands soared in recent years. The Netherlands received 36,620 applications for asylum in 2021 and 47,991 last year, with most applicants coming from Syria, according to the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service. I respect that.”Lilian Marijnissen, leader of the Dutch Socialist Party also said that it was a “wise decision” for Rutte to leave, and it was “Good for the Netherlands.”“Now is the time for honest politics,” Marijnissen said on Twitter.
Persons: Mark Rutte, , ” Rutte, Jesse Klaver, ” Lilian Marijnissen, Rutte, , ” Marijnissen Organizations: CNN, Dutch, NOS, Immigration, Naturalization Service, Christian Union, D66, Dutch Socialist Party, Twitter Locations: Dutch, Hague, Netherlands, Syria
Not long after Hannah Pick-Goslar’s family relocated from Berlin to Amsterdam in 1933, her mother made a friend at the grocery store — a fellow Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany who was accompanied by a dark-eyed girl around Pick-Goslar’s age. “Anne had trouble whistling, so sometimes she’d just hum the tune,” according to Pick-Goslar’s best-selling memoir, “My Friend Anne Frank,” written with Dina Kraft and published on June 6, six days before what would have been the diarist’s 94th birthday. The teenagers last saw each other from opposite sides of a barbed-wire fence at Bergen-Belsen in 1945. “As she began to fade, I wrote of her life,” Kraft explains in an afterword to their book, which is based on hundreds of hours of interviews conducted in person and via Zoom. Hannah being Hannah — the nurse and caregiver and concerned person that she was for her whole life — kept checking up on me, texting, ‘Are you OK?’”
Persons: Hannah Pick, confidantes, “ Anne, , Anne Frank, , Dina Kraft, Frank, she’d, Anne ”, ” Kraft, Kraft, Hannah, Hannah —, Locations: Berlin, Amsterdam, Nazi Germany, Bergen, Belsen, Pick, Goslar, Switzerland, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem
CNN —Archaeologists have discovered a 4,000-year-old sanctuary made up of ditches and burial mounds in the central Netherlands that they believe may have served a similar purpose to Stonehenge. “This sanctuary must have been a highly significant place where people kept track of special days in the year, performed rituals and buried their dead. Rows of poles stood along pathways used for processions.”While excavating the site in 2017, archaeologists also discovered several graves. The archaeologists took six years to research more than a million excavated objects dating from the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages. Some of the discoveries will be showcased in a local museum in Tiel and in the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities.
Persons: Organizations: CNN —, Reuters, Zuma Press, Dutch National Museum of Antiquities Locations: Netherlands, England, Tiel, Rotterdam, Iraq, Roman
[1/4] An illustration shows what the researchers believe is the 4,000-year-old Stonehenge-like sanctuary that archaeologists have discovered in Tiel, a town in the centre of the Netherlands, in this handout picture obtained on June 21, 2023. Municipality of Tiel/Handout via REUTERSAMSTERDAM, June 21 (Reuters) - Archaeologists have discovered a 4,000-year-old sanctuary made up of ditches and burial mounds in the central Netherlands that they believe may have served a similar purpose to Stonehenge. While excavating the site in 2017, archaeologists also discovered several graves. The archaeologists took six years to research more than a million excavated objects dating from the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages. Some of the discoveries will be showcased in a local museum in Tiel and in the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities.
Persons: Charlotte Van Campenhout, Alex Richardson Organizations: REUTERS, Dutch National Museum of Antiquities, Thomson Locations: Tiel, Netherlands, Handout, REUTERS AMSTERDAM, England, Rotterdam, Iraq, Roman
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