Meat processor VION did indeed commit fraud with meat, confirmed two new whistle blowers to Omroep Brabant. A section of VION falsely sold 11,000 kg of pork meat as organic ham last year Summer.
The Greenpeace activists from the Arctic Sunrise violated the safety zone of the Russian oil rig and that is punishable, according to former Greenpeace captain Albert Kuiken in a letter to de Volkskrant.
The round-up of some of this week’s most noteworthy events and news stories features: the ongoing effort of Greenpeace to get their crew released, the developments around Oad, and NS still trying to best the Fyra nightmare
Uncertainty drives the Dutch Greenpeace activist Faiza Oulahsen crazy in a Russian cell. She writes this in a letter to a co-worker. The letter was published by Greenpeace on the organization's website.
The Dutch Greenpeace activists Faiza Oulahsen and Mannes Ubels will stay in a Russian cell for the next two months . The judge in Murmansk extended their detention.
The Arctic Sunrise crew, among which two Dutch, was transferred to the office of Inquiry in Russia.
The round-up of some of this week’s most noteworthy events and news stories features: Police find Afghan dead listings, Explosion Didam Kills Two People, JSF, What Now?, Yab Yum now open to everybody, and
Four Dutch Beers Win In Munich.
Greenpeace has not been able to establish any radio contact with the crew of the Arctic Sunrise, since early Thursday evening. The crew of thirty, of which two Dutchmen, are held captive by the Russian coastguard.