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Several dead as gunman opens fire at Netherlands university: Report

Rotterdam: A gunman opened fire in a classroom on, Thursday, at a university in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam, killing several people, Reuters reported

Netherlands will deliver F-16 fighters to Ukraine: Dutch PM Mark Rutte

Hague: Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on Sunday confirmed to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that the Netherlands will deliver F-16 fighters to Ukraine.

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy expects clarity on NATO membership

Kyiv/IBNS: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy urged NATO on Thursday to provide a clear timeline for when his country will be able to join the alliance.

China 'biggest threat to economic security': Dutch intel agency

Beijing: Netherlands intelligence agency and Service warned about the increasing internal and external threats against the rule of law, reports said.

Rights violation: Overseas Pakistan Christian Association protests in Netherlands

The Overseas Pakistan Christian Association (OPCA) last week protested in the Netherlands over the violation of the rights of Christian women and girls in Pakistan.

Amsterdam: Overseas Pakistani Christians demonstrate against human rights violations suffered by women, girls

Amsterdam: Overseas Pakistani Christians in the Netherlands on Wednesday demonstrated against human rights violence suffered by women and girls in the South Asian country.

Amsterdam to cut down Russian diplomatic mission: Dutch foreign minister

Moscow: The Netherlands has said it has decided to reduce the size of the Russian diplomatic mission in Amsterdam alleging that Moscow  sends spies instead of diplomatic workers, Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra said on Saturday.

Netherlands orders to shut down illegal Chinese police offices

Amsterdam: Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra has ordered the shut down illegal police offices set up by China in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, media reports said on Friday.

China accused of establishing illegal police stations in the Netherlands

Beijing: The Chinese government has been accused of establishing two undeclared "police stations" in the Netherlands, media reports said on Friday.

Omicron spread: Netherlands initiates tight lockdown measures

Amsterdam: The Netherlands government has started tight lockdown measures during Christmas to combat Omicron spread.

Joe Biden orders travel restrictions from South Africa and seven other nations

Washington/UNI: US President Joe Biden has ordered additional air travel restrictions from South Africa and seven other countries, as a new COVID-19 variant, called B.1.1.529, emerged from the country.

1971 Pakistan War Crimes: European Bangladesh Forum to organize conference in Netherlands

The Hague, Netherland:  European Bangladesh Forum, a platform of Bangladeshi European, is set to organize an international conference on Nov 30 in the Netherlands, to mark the victims of the 1971 Genocide committed by Pakistan in Bangladesh.

Rotterdam violence: Anti-COVID lockdown protesters clash with police, 2 hurt

Rotterdam: At least two people were wounded as Dutch police clashed with protesters who were demonstrating in Rotterdam city over new Covid-19 measures.

Germany, Netherlands commit to providing salaries to Afghan doctors and teachers

Kabul/UNI: The Taliban's acting Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, met the envoys from Germany and the Netherlands in an effort to strengthen relations.

COVID-related restrictions extended in the Netherlands until April 20

Moscow/Sputnik: The restrictive measures introduced in the Netherlands in connection with the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) have been extended until April 20, Prime Minister Mark Rutte said.