The verdict comes after a spate of new terror attacks this fall, including the beheading of a schoolteacher.
Nadette De Visser, the author of Jeruzalem/Quds, writes from Amsterdam about issues of culture and conflict.
There’s a new player in the global meth trade after Dutch MDMA producers realized they could make even bigger profits if only they could secure some meth cooking lessons.
Fourteen survivors of the deadly attack on the Paris offices of the satirical magazine have given heart-rending testimony as they search for meaning in this high-profile trial.
A rogue’s gallery of minor players is on show in a glass cage, but where is the prospect of real justice?
A former Kurdish opposition figure, who had settled in the Netherlands, discovered the hard way that there is no such thing as a peaceful retirement for Iranian dissidents.
‘Chris was simultaneously the most glamorous and adventurous person who’d ever walked among us.’
The Dutch government and Dutch society failed to realize the country had moved from consuming drugs to producing them, and on a global scale.
There’s no question the folks living in makeshift rooms below a remote farmhouse in the Dutch Bible Belt were odd. But the depths of their weirdness have yet to be plumbed.
Saif ul Malook fought to keep Pakistan from hanging a Christian woman accused of insulting the Prophet Mohammed. He won. But now she—and he—are in fear for their lives.