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Oct 21 '13 00:04

Many high schools and primary schools think they are unable to accommodate children with learning and behavioral problems, according to a study from union CNV Education and KRO Brandpunt, published on Sunday.

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Oct 21 '13 00:03

Two parent companies of Amsterdam's Slotervaart Hospital are subjected to an investigation into mismanagement. Also, the administration of the two companies is suspended.

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Oct 21 '13 00:02

Some agents were attacked by an angry mob of several dozen people in the night from Saturday to Sunday in Roermond.

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Oct 21 '13 00:01

The United Nations are conducting an investigation into whether Zwarte Piet is racist.

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Oct 19 '13 01:40

The round-up of some of this week’s most noteworthy events and news stories features: the string of incidents at the end of the Netherlands-Russia year-of-friendship, a missing Amersfoort Labour councilor, the impact of heavy rainfall with millions in damages in its wake and Greenpeace' tireless effort to free their crew from a Murmansk prison.

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Oct 19 '13 00:06

A leading member of the Duma, the Russian parliament, reacted angrily to the news that the Hague police officers who arrested a Russian diplomat last week, go unpunished.

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Oct 19 '13 00:05

The former luxury brothel Yab Yum in Amsterdam may not again become a sex club. An application for a permit was rejected by Mayor Eberhard van der Laan.

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Oct 19 '13 00:04

A temporary office of Greenpeace in Murmansk, in northern Russia, was burglarized Thursday night. A cage the organization wanted to use for a protest on Friday was stolen, reports Greenpeace.

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Oct 19 '13 00:03

The Russian ambassador to the Netherlands believes the Netherlands-Russia Year has been extraordinary, despite the unpleasant incidents of recent times.

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Oct 19 '13 00:02

The burglary in a dwelling of Russian embassy staff is committed by a well-known repeat offender.

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Oct 19 '13 00:01

The Dutch Centre for Folk Culture and Intangible Heritage wants to discuss the future of Zwarte Piet with Sinterklaas Organizations . In recent weeks, there was much discussion about Zwarte Piet, because this tradition is perceived as racist.

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Oct 18 '13 14:03

Vestas recently announced that it will supply 43 offshore turbines for a wind project on off the coast of the Netherlands. The wind facility will generate green electricity for 150,000 households.

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