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Philippines to charge Australian on child sex charges

Philippines to charge Australian on child sex charges

5 March 2015   0 comments
Philippine prosecutors said Thursday they would will file human trafficking and murder charges against an Australian man who allegedly sexually assaulted babies and children as part of a booming cyber-sex...

ING exits US insurer Voya with $2 billion share sale 4 March 2015

ING, the Netherlands' largest bank, announced Wednesday it has sold its remaining stake in US insurance company Voya for $2 million (1.8 billion euros), closing out its US activities in the sector.Following...

ING says to end stake in former insurance arm Voya 3 March 2015

Leading Dutch bank ING on Tuesday said it will sell 45.6 million shares in the Voya group, ending its stake in its former US-based insurance arm."ING... agreed to sell shares of common stock of Voya Financial...

European police nab VAT fraud gang 3 March 2015

European police arrested nine suspects in a continent-wide crackdown on a gang of suspected VAT fraudsters who robbed countries of hundreds of millions of euros, Europol said on Tuesday.Operation Vertigo,...

Bereaved to view MH17 wreckage at Dutch base 3 March 2015

The first of around 500 relatives of those killed in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine visited the wreckage at a Dutch airbase on Tuesday, investigators said.The wreckage...

Congolese warlord Lubanga liable for reparations: ICC

3 March 2015
The International Criminal Court ruled Tuesday that convicted Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga should "personally" be liable for reparations to his victims, including paying to help reintegrate child......

Bereaved to view MH17 wreckage at Dutch base

3 March 2015
The first of around 500 relatives of those killed in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine visited the wreckage at a Dutch airbase on Tuesday, investigators said.The wreckage......

Protesting Amsterdam students won’t be evicted yet 3 March 2015

Amsterdam University officials said on Monday they have no immediate plans to call on the police to evict protesting students from the Maagdenhuis administration centre.

After 14 years, Armenian man may be deported with wife and c... 3 March 2015

The man, who lied about his name and nationality when he came to the Netherlands at the age of 16, can be deported along with his wife and two children, a court in Den Bosch said on Monday.

After 14 years, Armenian man may be deported with wife and c... 3 March 2015

The man, who lied about his name and nationality when he came to the Netherlands at the age of 16, can be deported along with his wife and two children, a court in Den Bosch said on Monday.

Electric bikes are catching up on traditional pedal power in... 3 March 2015

The sale of electric bikes in the Netherlands rose 16 percent last year, almost four times as fast as the sale of ordinary bikes.

Delft’s new station finally opens, but fast trains are a pro... 3 March 2015

The new underground Delft station showed technical problems in the first day of operation.

Dutch, Norwegian convicts angry over 'luxury' cell deal 2 March 2015

Dutch prisoners who currently enjoy countryside views and can cook their own food are suing the government over a deal for Norwegian convicts to take over their "luxury" cells.The agreement, signed by...

Tax office website swamped as 2014 online tax returns go liv... 2 March 2015

Over 100,000 people logged on to the tax office website on Sunday to file their 2014 tax returns.

Burglary rate drops, fewer Dutch feel unsafe 2 March 2015

Police received reports of almost 71,000 burglaries and attempted burglaries at private homes last year, a drop of 16,000 from 2013, justice minister Ivo Opstelten said on Monday.

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