Shell is being investigated for bribery surrounding the granting of an oil contract in Nigeria. Investigators from the tax investigation service FIOD and the Public Prosecution office visited the Headquarters in The Hague in connection with that case, a spokesperson for the oil company said to news wire ANP.
The National Ombudsman is investigating the mass arrest of Feyenoord fans surrounding a match between the club and Roda JC on February 21st. A total of 326 Feyenoord supporters were arrested while demonstrating at De Kuip against their club's management policy.
Competition watchdog Authority for Consumers and Markets launched an investigation into the relationship between Schiphol and airline KLM. The ACM will investigate whether KLM's many financial and organizational advantages at the airport does not lead to unfair competition with other airlines
The parents of missing Polish man Tomasz Kosmala are convinced he was murdered. They called in the help of lawyer Sebastien Diekstra and reported a crime to the police, in an effort to force the judiciary to investigate the disappearance of their 20-year-old-son
The body found in a Bilthoven home on Friday morning was identified as Koen Everink, the businessman's lawyer Alexander de Swart confirmed to news wire ANP.
A dead body was found in a house in Bilthoven registered to business man Koen Everink, the man assaulted by kickboxer Badr Hari. The house is located on Hoflaan in Bilthoven
The police believe that Andy de Heus, who went missing in 2012, was murdered. His body was found in a pond in Stevensweert last week.
The Ministry of Security and Justice is launching a large-scale national investigation into what impact asylum seekers have on crime in their surroundings. The intention is to provide hard numbers, so that the asylum debate can be held based on facts, instead of emotions alone
A man was found dead in a pool of blood in Rotterdam sex club Mon Cheri on Monday night. The victim was identified as the club's 65-year-old owner
Dutch F-16's bombing Islamic State targets in Iraq may have lead to civilian casualties. Two bombings in which civilians may have died are being investigated, the government wrote in a letter sent to parliament on Saturday
The madness surrounding tickets for Adele concerts in the Netherlands being sold out within hours only to be resold at much higher prices, sparked Minister Henk Kamp of Economic Affairs to launch an investigation. He asked the Authority for Consumers and Market to investigate the circumstances, the Minister wrote to the Tweede Kamer, the lower house of Dutch parliament
A three year old boy sustained serious burns while playing on a slide on Hooge Weere in Zwaag on Saturday. His doctor believes the burns were caused by a chemical substance, like glue or paint remover, on the slide.
Dutch football association KNVB is investigating death threats spectators of Zeeland football team VC Vlissingen made against a referee and his assistants, KNVB press officer Bram de Groot announced.
Erwin Lensink, the man who spent two years in jail for throwing a votive at the royal family on Prinsjesdag 2010, confessed to smashing a window of the police station in Dinxperlo.
A father's emotional appeal on Facebook for more information about his 16 year old daughter's death - an apparent suicide - prompted the police to investigate the circumstances surrounding her death
A "culture of fear" in the ear nose and throat department of the University Medical Center in Utrecht, has led to "avoidable" and"serious, deadly complications" that endangers the safety of patients.
The European Parliament is investigating PVV member Marcel de Graaff's voting behavior in the European Parliament on Wednesday. It is suspected that he cast a fraudulent vote on behalf of fellow party member Marine Le Pen.
The body of a 4-year-old boy was discovered in a house on Frida Katz-erf in Dordrecht on Tuesday night. The boy's 34-year-old father, the resident of the house, is nowhere to be found.
The body of a second baby has been found in Heerhugowaard. This body was discovered during the course of the investigation into the body of another baby found on the same street on October 8t
A letter from Turkey's right-wing party AK arriving at the homes of a large group of Turkish-Dutch people has sparked serious privacy concerns in the Netherlands. The Dutch Data Protection Authority is investigating whether the letters violate the Privacy Act.
The police are investigating a teacher at the St. Ursula school in Horn. The teacher is suspected of "unacceptable behavior with students", including relationships with underage students.
On Friday afternoon the police discovered the third body in a small West Brabant town in two days. The body was found in a home on Hameldonk in Raamsdonksveer. On Thursday two bodies were discovered at a small vacation home between Hooge Zwaluwe and Drimmelen. All three victims were murdered.
A man was shot dead while sitting in his car in the middle of a residential area in Huizen on Wednesday. The murder took place early in the evening at the Rendier.
Minister Ard van der Steur of Security injustice has asked the Inspectorate of his ministry to investigate the chokehold sometimes used by police officers to bring suspects under control. A spokesperson for the minister confirmed this after The Hague Mayor Jozias van Aartsen mentioned it during a debate in the Hague city council, NU reports.