• Bpost goes on the slide

    Bpost goes on the slide

    amsterdam (dft) November 8, 2018 12:32 Hot Recent News

    PostNL competitor BPost drops again on the stock market after disappointing results. The company that wanted to buy PostNL in 2016 does not seem to be able to achieve its goals, according to analysts.

  • Erdogan denounces 'childlike statements'

    Erdogan denounces 'childlike statements'

    amsterdam October 27, 2018 05:48 Hot Recent News

    Recep Tayyip Erdogan demands that the Saudis publicize what happened to the body of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He also wants to know who the 'local employee' was who helped the murder command to obscure Khashoggi's body.

  • Trump fan arrested

    Trump fan arrested

    amsterdam October 27, 2018 05:16 Hot Recent News

    The FBI has arrested a man suspected of sending bomb letters to critics of US President Donald Trump. The suspect is called Cesar Sayoc, he is 56 years old and he comes from Miami in the state of Florida. Sayoc is registered as a Republican.

  • Droogte was a disaster according to Flanders

    Droogte was a disaster according to Flanders

    amsterdam October 27, 2018 05:00 Hot Recent News

    Flemish farmers get their hearts up. The government of Flanders recognized the exceptional drought of last summer as an agricultural disaster. This means that agricultural companies do not pay for themselves for the financial damage caused by dried potatoes, onions and vegetables.

  • Unmask tax fraud on black seed

    Unmask tax fraud on black seed

    amsterdam (dft) October 26, 2018 06:00 Hot Recent News

    Whistleblower Stephanie Gibaud thought of revelations about abuses at the Swiss merchant bank UBS to keep millions of tip money. While UBS may incur billions of penalties in a tax fraud case, around € 4000 remains for Gibaud.

  • FBI already warned about extreme right violence

    FBI already warned about extreme right violence

    amsterdam October 25, 2018 05:16 Hot Recent News

    The United States is under the spell of a series of bombships that were sent to high leaders in the Democratic Party on Wednesday. The US Secret Service intercepted suspicious mail for former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, President Trump's opponent in the previous election.

  • Putin is threatening missiles

    Putin is threatening missiles

    amsterdam October 25, 2018 01:16 Hot Recent News

    Russia will focus its nuclear missiles on European countries that will accommodate the same American weapons in the future. The Russian president said this in a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Conte.

  • Rodney King and Honduras

    Rodney King and Honduras

    amsterdam October 24, 2018 05:48 Hot Recent News

    Can you guarantee that I am still living in three months? 'A member of the gang Mara Salvatrucha asked Bishop Emiliani in the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula. He was tired of the violence and bloodshed and wanted to break with the gang.

  • The Norwegian who stopped a German nuclear weapon

    The Norwegian who stopped a German nuclear weapon

    amsterdam October 22, 2018 16:16 Hot Recent News

    The use of nuclear weapons during the Second World War was limited to Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The fact that Hitler did not have a nuclear arsenal is largely due to the Norwegian Joachim Rønneberg. This former resistance fighter died Sunday at the age of 99, as was announced yesterday.

  • 'The Champions League of bank robberies'

    'The Champions League of bank robberies'

    munich October 17, 2018 22:16 Hot Recent News

    The prevented junk in the Bavarian Gemering, where two Dutch criminals were arrested, is reminiscent of a feature film. A gang tried to ram a bank with a lightning stolen Audi, but was awaited by the police. This was followed by a shooting and a chase, with four injuries as a result. 'The agents were in mortal danger.'

  • Danger! Scarcity of beer

    Danger! Scarcity of beer

    amsterdam October 17, 2018 08:00 Hot Recent News

    The world has a scarcity of resources over its head. At least, that is the conclusion of some scientists from the universities of Cambridge and California. Persistent climate change will complicate the cultivation of barley for making beer.

  • Young lawyers forced to work through the night

    Young lawyers forced to work through the night

    amsterdam October 16, 2018 20:16 Hot Recent News

    Working in the City of London demands the utmost of people- trainees at a law firm have again experienced last week. Their boss sent them an e-mail on Friday at a quarter to five with the question if they could work through the night. Those who refused, had to provide 'proof' to legitimize the failure.

  • Confusing photo: 'I thought it was her neck'
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    Confusing photo: 'I thought it was her neck'

    amsterdam October 13, 2018 21:48 Hot Recent News

    A white with gold dress, or was it black with blue? The shoes that crossed the internet were gray with green, right? Or white with pink? People are often fond of such games online. Now we have a nice new puzzle. On Twitter a photo was shared with the text: 'I thought it was her neck'. But, what is it?

  • 'Legalize poppy'

    'Legalize poppy'

    amsterdam October 13, 2018 07:16 Hot Recent News

    The cultivation of poppy is probably legal in Mexico. Future President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says this remarkable step to consider. Poppy cultivation and the production of heroin are rapidly increasing with the southern neighbors of the United States. But the new head of government is tired of the bloodshed of the struggle for cultivation, smuggling and distribution.

  • Another camera: The Samsung A9 has four

    Another camera: The Samsung A9 has four

    amsterdam October 11, 2018 16:32 Hot Recent News

    It goes with cameras on mobile phones the same way as with razor blades. When the one (Huawei) with three cameras comes on the back, the next one (Samsung) just stops four in its next model. For an even smoother result.

  • 'Fairy tale wedding presidential couple Mexico stranding'

    'Fairy tale wedding presidential couple Mexico stranding'

    amsterdam October 8, 2018 05:32 Hot Recent News

    With the impending end of the Mexican presidency of Enrique Peña Nieto, his fairy-tale wedding with soap actress Angélica Rivera seems to be on the rocks as well. The television star, famous throughout Latin America, famous as La Gaviota (the Seagull), would no longer live in Los Pinos Palace.

  • Pinedo prize for Belgian cancer specialist

    Pinedo prize for Belgian cancer specialist

    amsterdam October 4, 2018 21:16 Hot Recent News

    The Belgian cancer specialist Martine Piccart will receive the Bob Pinedo Cancer Care Award from the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) this year. Piccart (65) receives the biennial prize for her 'leading scientific contributions to the treatment of breast cancer and to clinical cancer research.'

  • Alarm buoys remained silent

    Alarm buoys remained silent

    amsterdam October 2, 2018 02:32 Hot Recent News

    While in the disaster area of ​​Sulawesi the number of victims is increasing by the hour, there is criticism of the warning system for tsunamis of the Indonesian government. That did not work well when last Friday a heavy earthquake unleashed a devastating tidal wave.

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