Following the missile strike and subsequent crash of Malaysia Airlines flight 17, the Airline is now focusing on working with emergency responders and authorities. Full support will be given to the on-going investigations, the airline said in a statement, and the company has deployed a "Go Team" of caregivers and volunteers to Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to assist family members.
The First Chamber is mourning a senator to Malaysian Air flight MH17 that was downed in Ukraine yesterday.
Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte released a statement Thursday evening expressing his dismay over the crash in Eastern Ukraine of a flight from Amsterdam to Malaysia. The country's top security official noted that those onboard the plane are of many nationalities.
Dutch airline KLM has instructed pilots to avoid Eastern Ukrainian airspace following the crash of a plane believed to be Malaysia Airlines flight 17. The Boeing 777 was allegedly brought down by a missile strike in the Donetsk region of the Ukraine in an area controlled by pro-Russian separatists.
Ukranine President Petro Poroshenko said the Ukranian military did not attempt to shoot down any aircraft after reports surfaced that Malaysia Airlines flight 17 crashed there on Thursday en route to Kuala Lumpur. The flight originated in Amsterdam. All 295 people onboard are believed to have been killed, with a Ukrainian government advisor saying the flight was brought down with a missile.
A report of a possible kidnapping lead to the arrest of three people and the dismantling of a weed plantation in Tilburg on Wednesday.
Relatives of those who perished in the MH17 disaster have begun to gather at airports in Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur. 154 Dutch nationals have been confirmed to be on board when the plane was shot down over territory held by Pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine.
Police in East Holland have arrested a man who they think is responsible for a large scale copper theft operation.
The Royal Marechaussee has dismissed eight officers who were charged with guarding the royal stables, for stealing from a candy vending machine.
Jessica van Dijk, 15, from Rotterdam who disappeared Sunday has been found in the Schilderswijk in Den Haag. Police say that she is doing well, considering the circumstances. Four young men were arrested in relation to her disappearance.
A briefcase containing €175,000 was lost by the police in an undercover operation. Despite the briefcase having been fitted out with a tracking device, the money was still lost, the Telegraaf reports.
A court in The Hague has held the Netherlands responsible for the 1995 expulsions of 300 Muslims in Srebenica in 1995, as the country could have known that certain death awaited the men in the hands of Bosnian Serbs.
Two people are dead, and at least six others are injured after passengers drove a car up to the arrivals hall of the Curacao International Airport and started shooting at some of the passengers.
Just one day after reports that organised drug criminality in Brabant is reaching uncontrollable proportions, police in the province say they dismantled one of the largest meth labs ever discovered in the Netherlands.
Police intercepted a shipment with a sizable amount of cocaine in Amersfoort Monday afternoon.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, a 41-year-old weed planter learned on Sunday after he slapped his girlfriend.
The number of children that are kidnapped by one of their parents and taken abroad via Schiphol international airport is increasing, the Royal Marechaussee have reported.
A shooting incident occurred on the Conradstraat in Amsterdam last night, in which one man was killed. The police report that the 30-year old is not on any of their records.
Police found three stolen cars, three guns and a garden full of exotic animals when they raided warehouse in Capelle West on Tuesday.
Police in Amsterdam arrested two men on suspicion of a string of muggings targeting elderly women, according to a police report. The 18-year-old was caught in connection with an attack on a 91-year-old woman using a walker in Amsterdam Nieuw-West on July 3, when police say the suspect ripped a necklace from the woman’s throat.
A spike in citizen-reported crimes in the Hague so far this year is due to discrimination and hate crime complaints filed against controversial politician Geert Wilders, the city’s mayor said. Nearly 340 people filed reports against the PVV leader after he rallied party supporters in favor of removing Moroccans from the Hague.
A tram conductor working for the RET transport company was abused by two 17-year-old local boys on Monday afternoon. The boys have been arrested. The Police in Rotterdam-Rijnmond reports.
Two suspects jumped out of a second-storey flat in Utrecht on Monday in an attempt to escape the police. For one of the men, the jump was fatal.
! 29-year-old Angolan-Dutch man was picked up in Portugal on suspicion of terrorism. It is now clear that the man was active in Den Haag, and was even barred from several mosques in the Hofstad several years ago, according to sources from Trouw.