Customs officers found 175 kilograms of cocaine last week, hidden among a banana shipment that had arrived in Rotterdam.
The court proceedings against Marcos van der P. and Enise B., the criminal duo known as the Dutch Bonnie & Clyde who left a trail of violence, assault and destruction behind them earlier this year, will see its first court day today, the NOS reports.
In Reuver, Limburg, a 30-year-old footballer was injured after a fight broke out between the two teams. Opposing teammates kicked and punched the victims several times, resulting in the footballer's hospitalization.
Minister for Security and Justice Ivo Opstelten has called for the withdrawal of Dutch citizenship of anyone who joins an armed terrorist group. His proposal is one of several measures Prime Minister Mark Rutte's cabinet plans to undertake in an effort to tackle radicalization and Jihadism in the Netherlands.
De Witte Aap café in Rotterdam will hopefully reopen today after it was closed earlier this week because of a stabbing.
Employees at the University of Maastricht have received anonymous death threats. The university came under fire earlier this week after it announced that it would be testing pacemakers on several dozen labradors.
A staff member from the psychiatric hospital De Rooyse Wissel in Limburg was reportedly held hostage last month. The therapist was trapped as the psychiatric patient held a sharp object on the staff member.
The Hague's Schilderswijk has been freed of two big name recruiters for jihad. The arrests come with a collective sigh of relief as the Algemeen Dagblad reveals that Rudolph H. and Azzedine C., alias Abou Moussa, had been on the police radar for almost two years.
A man identified as Amsterdam crime boss Samir B. was murdered in Benahavis in Spain on Wednesday. The 36-year-old, also known as "Scarface," was killed in the Spanish town near Marbella on Wednesday afternoon, Het Parool reports.
A team of the Regional Crime squad in The Hague arrested a 32 year old man and a 24 year old woman in Germany for various offenses. This was done in cooperation with the German authorities on behalf or the Public Prosecutor in The Hague. Both of these suspects are residents of The Hague.
Cable companies like Ziggo and UPC violate the script writers' copyrights by providing movies and shows to their subscribers without the script writers' permission. The court in Amsterdam determined that script writers should be paid for the broadcasts.
In Nijmegen, a 40-year-old man was arrested and charged with engaging in sexual relations with his 8-year-old niece and her then-7-year-old friend, Omroep Gelderland reports.
The prison where murdered American journalist James Foley was locked up in Syria, is being run by a Dutch Moroccan engineer, according to reports.
In Rotterdam, Café De Witte Aap has been told to close its doors for at least two weeks after a 33-year-old man from Capelle aan den IJssel was wounded in a stabbing last Wednesday, the NOS reports.
Police are calling on the public for help in the investigation of the murder of 34-year-old Derkiaoui van der Meijden on Monday, August 18, in Amsterdam Oost/Zeeburg. Police are requesting anyone who took video footage of the incident to come forward.
A 13 year old boy has been sentenced by a court in Utrecht to three months' imprisonment and a playground ban for the rape of a 10 year old girl in 2013, De Telegraaf reports.
A 29-year-old man from Arnhem has been sentenced to 40 hours community service for calling an applicant “a dark skinned negro” and refusing to hire him.
The Public prosecutor confirmed that Antonio Marcos van der Ploeg and Enise Bircan, known as the Dutch Bonnie and Clyde, confessed to their crime spree after weeks of silence
A Rotterdam home has come under attack shortly after midnight on Monday when a firebomb was thrown at a glass window. No casualties have been reported, but the incident is a major cause for concern for residents in the area.
Police have uncovered 4.9 kilos of the illicit narcotic heroin during the search of a building in Rotterdam on Tuesday evening. No suspects have been arrested.
The Netherlands Public Prosecution Authority (OM) has received a letter from prominent Dutch hackers, arguing that hacking should not be criminalized, NU.nl reports.
Four of the biggest Dutch banks, Abn Amro, ING, Rabobank and SNS Reaal are going to work together with the Public Prosecution Authority (OM) and the National internet Scamming Hotline (LMIO) to work on a database of internet scams, and more information on fraudulent websites, Het Parool reports.
Joran van der Sloot has gone on a hunger strike because of his transfer to another prison in Peru. Guards found a mobile phone in his possession.