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Apr 17 '15 21:56

The man who suspected of complicity in the Amsterdam Centrum murder of Stefan Eggermont was conditionally released from custody this week, according to broadcaster AT5. Eggermont was shot in his car on July 12th on Conradstraat in Amsterdam Centrum last year, and police believed he was a victim of a mistaken identity.

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Mar 3 '15 15:31

A falconer is going to be brought in to catch the eagle owl that has been terrorizing Purmerend for the past few weeks. The municipality applied for an exemption from the province of Noord-Holland to make it allowable for the bird to be caught and released elsewhere, RTL Nieuws reported Tuesday.

Mansouri
Sep 5 '14 10:30

After spending eight years in a jail cell in Iran for suspected terrorist activity, Dutch-Iranian human rights activist Abdullah al-Mansouri is free ad back in The Netherlands. The 69-year-old's son tells the ANP that Iran has released Mansouri.

Niger Delta
May 12 '14 13:55

The three Dutch nationals who were released by their Nigerian kidnappers on saturday landed safely at Schiphol this morning. Only one of the returnees was seen at the exit, the other two left the airport via another exit, the Algemeen Dagblad reports.

Schiphol Airport
May 12 '14 09:55

The three Dutch nationals who were kidnapped in Nigeria, were released on Saturday and will arrive at Schiphol Monday morning, according to Sunny Ofehe, a companion on their trip, from Yenagoa in the Niger Delta.

Greenpeace
May 2 '14 13:23

In Rotterdam, 43 of the 44 Greenpeace activists who were arrested Thursday morning were released towards the afternoon with a fine. One 30-year old German is still in custody pending a hearing, the police reports.

Nuclear Reactor
Mar 26 '14 10:49

In Petten, 28 protesters were arrested at a nuclear reactor on Tuesday. They were protesting nuclear power, and were going to block entry to the nuclear plant from several delegates from the Nuclear Security Summit, who were traveling to see the nuclear reactor.

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Dec 10 '13 12:57

The Dutch couple that was kidnapped in Yemen in June has been released. NOS, NRC Handelsblad and Elsevier journalist Judith Spiegel and her husband Boudewijn Berendsen are currently at the Dutch embassy in the Yemeni capital Sana’a, and they are expected to arrive in the Netherlands on Wednesday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported.

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