• Travel giant Sunweb acquired

    Travel giant Sunweb acquired

    rotterdam December 18, 2018 18:32 Hot Recent News

    The Dutch travel giant Sunweb is taken over by the Scandinavian-German venture investor Triton. It now has private capital in 37 companies around the world with 13 billion sales outstanding.

  • Chinese Silk Road cuts Rotterdam

    Chinese Silk Road cuts Rotterdam

    December 9, 2018 15:16 Hot Recent News

    Investors jump on the train that runs from China to Rotterdam via the old Silk Road. Invesco, one of the largest US asset managers, opens the first bond fund for projects that invest in 65 countries along this Belt \u0026 amp; Road route and our ports are going to hurt.

  • 16 years demanded for murder of rapper Parsa010

    16 years demanded for murder of rapper Parsa010

    rotterdam December 3, 2018 20:32 Hot Recent News

    The Public Prosecution Service has claimed sixteen years in prison against 25-year-old Sidar D. because of the murder of Parsa Mahboud in the Rotterdam district Ommoord. The 21-year-old Mahboud, known on social media as rapper and cult figure 'Parsa010', was shot dead during a barbecue on May 28, 2017.

  • Captain captures activists on cargo ship

    Captain captures activists on cargo ship

    cadiz November 17, 2018 16:32 Hot Recent News

    A captain has secured six Greenpeace activists on a ship at the Spanish port of Cádiz. The cargo ship of palm oil trader Wilmar transports palm oil products from Indonesia to Rotterdam. The six climbed aboard the ship with Spain.

  • Confidence in Italy almost gone

    Confidence in Italy almost gone

    rotterdam October 20, 2018 14:32 Hot Recent News

    The hassle around the Italian budget brings the country into major problems. Credit rating agency Moody's has lowered the rating for Italy to Baa3. One more step down, and the country has a 'mess status'.

  • Power supply Belgium at third world level

    Power supply Belgium at third world level

    rotterdam October 20, 2018 12:48 Hot Recent News

    Energy company Engie Electrabel is looking for floating power stations that can support the Belgian main electricity grid in the ports of Antwerp, Zeebrugge and Ostend. Such 'electricity ships' are normally anchored at developing countries, but the Belgians now need them to survive the winter.

  • Municipalities must list high-risk buildings

    Municipalities must list high-risk buildings

    the hague September 25, 2018 13:16 Hot Recent News

    Municipalities have to make a list of the most risky buildings of Minister Kajsa Ollongren (Interior) in connection with the fire in the Grenfell Tower in London. It must also be investigated whether the façades of these buildings comply with the building regulations.

  • Belgian horn-Turks is so hard

    Belgian horn-Turks is so hard

    brussels June 29, 2018 11:00 Hot Recent News

    In the Netherlands, some Amsterdam and Rotterdam streets filled with honking Turks after Erdogan's victory, while the wedding stakes often attracted a lot of attention- and honking them. In Belgium they make short work of it.

  • Summer without beer? This is the culprit

    Summer without beer? This is the culprit

    moscow June 21, 2018 18:36 Hot Recent News

    Have you planned barbecues, parties or an evening of World Cup matches in the near future? Then it could just be an alcohol-free version. The beer stock is seriously threatened by a shortage of CO2, writes CNN, and beer brewers sweat carrots for the coming weeks.

  • Weapon suppliers are longer fixed

    Weapon suppliers are longer fixed

    rotterdam June 21, 2018 15:57 Hot Recent News

    The three men who were arrested on Monday because they would have delivered weapons to two French terror suspects are stuck for two weeks longer. The Public Prosecution Service reports this on Twitter. Their DNA was found on firearms in a hiding place of Islamic State in Argenteuil, a suburb of Paris.

  • Chinese people claim fee fraud Nidera \u0026 # x27;

    Chinese people claim fee fraud Nidera \u0026 # x27;

    rotterdam March 6, 2018 08:15 Hot Recent News

    The Chinese owner of grain trader Nidera demands compensation of hundreds of millions of dollars from the former owners of the originally Dutch trading house. According to research by Het Financieele Dagblad in the Land Registry, Chinese Cofco has been able to use this claim for 288 million dollars in property and companies.

  • US also blame Russia for deployment of hostage software

    US also blame Russia for deployment of hostage software

    washington February 16, 2018 06:06 Hot Recent News

    The United States is also holding Russia responsible for an attack with the NotPetya grazing software. According to the White House, the cyber attack was meant to destabilize Ukraine. A government spokeswoman called the use of the hostile software 'reckless' and gave the Kremlin 'international consequences' in prospect.

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