Dutch tax money

Port-au-Prince Haiti January 20, 2010
Feb 28 '18 09:14

Dutch tax money was paid to the British branch of Oxfam Novib in 2010 and 2011, Minister Sigrid Kaag of Development Cooperation said in a letter to parliament. Members of that branch of the charity are accused of on Haiti in 2011, while providing aid in the aftermath of a massive earthquake, RTL Nieuws reports.

Aug 20 '14 09:25

The rent for the two strips of land around the Greek vacation home of King Willem-Alexander and his family has already cost the Dutch state €461,000. This land was used for a security fence, and the money was paid to a neighbor, according to RTL Nieuws.

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