Former Transavia pilot Julio Poch will remain imprisoned in Argentina for at least another year. The judges in Buenos Aires recently extended his preliminary imprisonment, announced his lawyer Geert Jan Knoops Tuesday.
Two Eindhoven residents (28 and 31 years) were sentenced to eight and nine years in prison for kidnapping and raping a young woman from Turnhout.
The Netherlands police department unveiled online interactive map giving details about house break-ins nationwide.
Three burglary suspects were arrested Friday morning in Zuidoost after a chase on the A2 and A9.
Another serious assault occurred in the Vondelpark on Sunday October 20. The incident happened at the meeting place for men in the rose garden, reported the police.
The completely anonymous use of the Internet makes it almost impossible to address child pornography. Making and using child pornography is therefore a risk-free crime, according to Troels Oerting, head of European cyber crime of the European police organization Europol.
The suspect will be arraigned today at the magistrate. The officer who was stabbed is seriously injured in hospital, but is out of danger.
The child who was abandoned in Roermond in June has a sister, who was also abandoned, announced the Roermond Public Prosecution.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte has no clues if he has been monitored by the NSA. He announced that on Thursday in Brussels where he is attending the Euro Top.
On Thursday the news came out that Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany has been monitored by the NSA. She was very angry about this.
Rutte says that if this is true, it is a very serious matter. We will have to investigate this thoroughly and take steps according to the outcome. Especially among allies it is important to find out what exactly happened.
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The Health Care Inspectorate (IGZ) will disclose the report on the conduct of general practitioner Tromp from Tuitjenhorn to the public after all.
A 38-year-old man was arrested in connection with the major fire in Leeuwarden this past Saturday, announced the Prosecution on a press conference in Leeuwarden Thursday afternoon.
One of the hackers, suspected of plundering Dutch bank accounts, worked in the financial sector.
A special committee will compensate people who fell victim to excessive force in the Roman Catholic Church as minors, announced the church on Thursday.
Wednesday night police arrested a suspect in the burglary at the home of Russian embassy staff in The Hague. The man broke into the property last week.
Four Dutch hackers were arrested for suspected looting of bank accounts and conducting hundreds of fraudulent transfers by installing malicious software, reported the Public Prosecutor (OM) Thursday.
The court in Rotterdam has sentenced two men for planning to go to Syria to join the armed struggle.
The lawsuit against Badr Hari will likely be resumed on January 22nd and 23rd . A spokesman for the prosecution announced Wednesday the prosecution is counting on the examination of the national investigation department to be ready by then.
Amersfoort PvdA reported embezzlement to the police. Tens of thousands of euros disappeared from the party finances over a period of time. The full extent of the fraud is under investigation, according to chairman Hinloopen.
Romanians who has admitted stealing the multimillion-dollar paintings from the Kunsthal Museum in Netherlands last year said the museum’s security was poor and robbery was too easy.
Last week, the police received more than 400 tips about the disappearance of the British girl Madeleine McCann in Portugal in 2007, announced the television program Opsporing Verzocht.
Police are investigating whether a man who was killed and buried in a forest near a psychiatric clinic in Halsteren, was murdered by another patient. A resident of the clinic on the estate Vrederust claims he killed the man.
At the request of the Netherlands, the German police arrested two men from Arnhem who were planning to take part in the international jihad in Syria, reports news program Nieuwsuur.
After hearing initial sentences of 4 years imprisonment, the Haarlem court sentences three members of an organization, specialized in phishing, to up to 32 months in prison on Monday.