A 15 year old girl was severely wounded in Tilburg just after midnight on Sunday when she was hit in the head by a thrown brick, the police report. The brick was thrown by an as of yet unidentified young man. The police are still looking for the culprit.
The fight that broke out in Renesse between a German group celebrating a bachelor's party and the police who tried to bring them under control over the weekend, was nothing more than an incident, according to Mayor Gerard Rabelink of Schouwen-Duveland. He sees no reason to consider changing the policy in Renesse.
The Work Group for Missing Persons in World War II has identified three unidentified war victims based on extensive historical research and DNA relationship testing, the police announced.
Another protest has been planned at the University of Amsterdam on Monday afternoon, the group of lecturers involved in the protest actions of the past two months under the name Rethink UvA announced on their website.
There was an explosion in a houseboat on the Veerdijk in Wormer around 04:00 on Monday morning. One man was killed in the explosion, a woman was taken to the hospital in serious condition, the police reports on Twitter.
Oma Toni, the 96 year old woman that was stabbed by a disturbed man in Amsterdam on March 19th, has passed away in hospital, RTL Nieuws reports.
A man was shot and killed in Eindhoven on Monday morning. The victim was found in a car at a hotel on Aalsterweg.
Police in Amsterdam on Saturday began the eviction of a group of protesters who have held a sit-in demonstration at the University of Amsterdam’s Maagdenhuis building for over a month. A judge ordered the protesters to leave by midnight on Friday, but the students, lecturers and researchers camped out at the site refused.
The police have released photos of four more people suspected of being involved in the Feyenoord riots in Rome on February 18th and 19th. These four men are suspected of committing public violence.
The police officer who was assaulted by three Ajax youth players, has filed a damage claim, her law firm Schut/Oostig from Assen announced on Thursday, RTL reports.
Robbers backed a truck through the window of The Gearshed Store in Kaatsheuvel early on Friday morning, Omroep Brabant reports. The owner of the weapon store can't yet say what was stolen.
A 24-year-old man, possibly from the Netherlands, was charged with the murder of Stephanie Scott in Australia. Scott was last seen on Easter Sunday, April 5, at about 11 a.m. local time when she was at her workplace, Leeton High School, according to police in the Australian state of New South Wales.
An 18-month-old boy was hit by a van and died on Zwartsluisje in Zuid-Beijerland Thursday morning, AD reports. Emergency services tried to resuscitate the toddler to no avail.
Police have formed a large-scale, 20-officer strong team to investigate the shooting that left an unknown man dead on Seringenplantsoen in Ridderkerk on Monday just before midnight, police state their website. After talking with bystanders near the shooting site, police are asking witnesses to come forward to help them find the perpetrator.
A man in Utrecht who threatened to blow up his own apartment was removed from the residence close to noon on Thursday and is in custody, RTV Utrecht reports. The incident was first called in around 9:40 a.m. that day from Nigerdreef in the Overvecht neighborhood.
The principal of the high school Het 4e Gymnasium, part of the Esprit School Community, has been suspended by the Executive Board as he is suspected of owning child pornography, the school community announced on their website.
The police arrested a 32 year old woman in Nederhorst den Berg on Tuesday on suspicion of involvement in the death of Saskia Jacobs (33).
A large group of policemen protested in The Hague on Wednesday afternoon, NRC reports. The protesters demand that Minister Ard van der Steur of Security and Justice submit better proposals for a new police collective bargaining agreement by Monday. If this does not happen, the unions and their members will move on to harder actions.
The Amsterdam campaign warning against a dealers selling white heroin as cocaine will be terminated in the next week, the city announced in a press release. The matrix signs in the city will be turned off, posters will be removed and no more flyers will be distributed.
Police in the Netherlands released the names and photos of two men suspected of taking part in a motorcycle gang shootout last year. Jori Sven van Zanten and Sebastiaan ter Welleof are both believed wanted for questioning in the Eindhoven incident from October involving the No Surrender outlaw motorcycle gang.
The police released a photo of the man suspected of being responsible for an explosion in one of the stalls in the Rotterdam Markthal on March 3.
The police have released pictures of the man suspected of threatening an NS conductor with a gun at the train station in Rijswijk shortly before Christmas last year.
Despite unrest in Utrecht about an Islam conference being held in the city this week, the event can continue as planned, the municipality of Utrecht told De Telegraaf Wednesday.