Video: Dutch news roundup, 29 May 2011

Video: Dutch news roundup, 29 May 2011

29th May 2011, Comments 1 comment

On this week's show: Dutch employers express reluctance to hire people who are HIV positive, we discover two unique aspect of Amsterdam, we report on concerns about new technology that allows telecom companies to read the content of mobile internet messages and Prorail works to decrease the number of suicides commited on the Dutch railway lines.

Reluctance to hire HIV positive workers
Iit appears many Dutch employers would rather not hire people who are HIV positive. A recent survey indicates that nearly half of businesses would be reluctant to hire someone with the virus that causes AIDS, fearing they would often miss work because of illness.

A trek through Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a city of many attractions. The fact that there is so much to do and see is one reasons thousands of tourists visit the Dutch capital each year. Our reporters went out to report on two features of the city: many of the canal houses seem to be topped with whipped cream and a quaint bed & breakfast tucked away in the bustling heart of downtown.

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