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Dutch airline KLM to get 3.4 billion euro bailout package

Jun 26 2020

AMSTERDAM The Dutch government said on Friday it would provide 3.4 billion euros ($3.8 billion) in support to the Dutch arm of Air France-KLM , capping months of wrangling with France over the role each country should play in a coronavirus rescue deal.

International Criminal Court members defend it in face of U.S. sanctions

Jun 23 2020

THE HAGUE Over half the member states of the International Criminal Court defended the world's only permanent war crimes tribunal on Tuesday in a diplomatic response to a U.S. threat of sanctions against its employees earlier this month.

Ban 'racist Black Pete' Jesse Jackson writes Dutch PM Rutte

Jun 19 2020

AMSTERDAM U.S. civil rights leader Jesse Jackson has written Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte asking him to end the use of the pre-Christmas character "Black Pete," which Jackson called a racist relic of colonialism. | Video

Divided EU seeks to agree coronavirus stimulus

Jun 19 2020

BRUSSELS European Union leaders began the process of approving an unprecedented stimulus package for their coronavirus-ravaged economies on Friday, aware of the need to deliver help quickly, but still divided over its final size and terms.

AstraZeneca in talks with Japan, Russia, Brazil and China on COVID-19 vaccine supplies, says CEO

Jun 13 2020

AMSTERDAM AstraZeneca is in talks with Japan, Russia, Brazil and China about supply deals for its potential coronavirus vaccine, its chief said on Saturday, as the British drugmaker prepares to publish the results of the first phase of tests.

AstraZeneca in talks with Japan, Russia, Brazil and China on COVID-19 vaccine supplies - CEO

Jun 13 2020

AMSTERDAM AstraZeneca is in talks with Japan, Russia, Brazil and China about supply deals for its potential coronavirus vaccine, its chief said on Saturday, as the British drugmaker prepares to publish the results of the first phase of tests.

UPDATE 1-AstraZeneca in talks with Japan, Russia, Brazil and China on COVID-19 vaccine supplies - CEO

Jun 13 2020

AMSTERDAM, June 13 AstraZeneca is in talks with Japan, Russia, Brazil and China about supply deals for its potential coronavirus vaccine, its chief said on Saturday, as the British drugmaker prepares to publish the results of the first phase of tests.

Dutch PM now says 'Black Pete' tradition will disappear

Jun 05 2020

AMSTERDAM Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said his attitude towards "Black Pete", a figure from pre-Christmas celebrations that has been criticised as a racist caricature, had undergone "great changes" in recent years. | Video

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Protests over George Floyd's death expose raw race relations worldwide

Jun 04 2020

AMSTERDAM/MADRID, June 2 Images of a white police officer kneeling on the neck of African-American George Floyd, who then died, have sparked protests from Amsterdam to Nairobi, but they also expose deeper grievances among demonstrators over strained race relations in their own countries.

Protests over Floyd's death expose raw race relations worldwide

Jun 02 2020

AMSTERDAM/MADRID, June 2 Images of a white police officer kneeling on the neck of African-American George Floyd who then died have sparked angry protests from Amsterdam to Nairobi, but they also expose deeper grievances among demonstrators over strained race relations in their own countries.

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