The Hague

The Hague

City and municipality in the Netherlands, seat of the Dutch government

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AFP | PTI
December 10, 2019
@bsindia
Read more about Suu Kyi to defend Myanmar at The Hague over Rohingya genocide charges on Business Standard. The 74-year-old's international reputation has been tarnished by her silence over the plight of the Rohingya, and her defence of the same generals who once kept her under house arrest.
Nicola Smith
December 9, 2019
The Telegraph
One of the UK's most prominent Rohingya activists says he fears for his young family's safety after reports that ardent Myanmar government supporters have been looking for his home address ahead of the opening on Tuesday of a genocide trial in the Hague.
AFP
November 30, 2019
@bsindia
Read more about Hague stabbing: Dutch police launches manhunt in knife attack injuring 3 on Business Standard. Images on social media showed shoppers running in panic away from the scene, on a nighttime retail street lit by Christmas fairy lights.
November 29, 2019
Houston Chronicle
MADRID (AP) - In a story Nov. 28 about the European Space Agency, The Associated Press provided an incorrect U.S. dollar conversion for the 12.5 billion euros pledged by the agency's member countries for its three-year budget period. That is about $13.7 billion, not $13.7 million. A corrected version of the story is below: The 22 member states of the European Space agency pledged Thursday to boost their funding to support more missions and research projects, including a new generation of satellites to monitor climate change. The agency's director-general, Jan Woerner, said at the conclusion two-day ministerial meeting in Seville, Spain, that member states pledged a record three-year budget of 12.5 billion euros ($13.7 billion) plus an additional 1.9 billion euros to cover operational costs and basic research in years four and five. "14.4 billion euros. For me it is surprise. It is even more than I proposed," said Woerner. "We have taken on some ambitious projects." Woerner said that "climate change is a strong driver" in a bigger-than-expected funding boost for Europe's Copernicus Earth-observation satellites. "Copernicus is now the world's leading Earth-observation project," he said. "This shows all the support for an awareness of our planet, and I think it is good because taxpayers are asking (governments) to do something and you can only do something if you know what to do." Spain's Science Minister Pedro Duque added that climate research is also where industry wants to be. Madrid is hosting the United Nations global climate meeting from Dec. 2-13. "We have the most advanced set of Earth observation satellites flying, so everyone in every industry wants to be involved in developing the top technology because this is a place where...
Michelle Mark
November 29, 2019
Business Insider
The incident occurred in the Grote Marktstraat, a highly trafficked shopping street with a number of department stores and cafés.
Our Foreign Staff
November 29, 2019
The Telegraph
Three people were wounded on Friday after a knife-wielding man went on a stabbing spree in the main shopping street of The Hague.
Science X staff
October 4, 2019
phys.org
The Netherlands is featured in this false-color image captured by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission. This image was processed in a way that included the near-infrared channel, which makes vegetation appear bright red.
BBC News
October 1, 2019
BBC News
There were about 1,100km (700 miles) of jams as farmers reacted to plans to cut nitrogen emissions.
October 1, 2019
Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News
THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- Thousands of farmers are heading to The Hague, many driving tractors slowly through the morning rush hour, for a national day of p
Amie Tsang
May 27, 2019
www.nytimes.com
While campuses in Britain look toward Asia in their struggle to refill seats, those on the Continent are scrambling to prepare for a crush of new pupils.
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