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The Netherlands

Dutch party equates COVID measures to Nazism on Holocaust Remembrance Day

A Dutch far-right party suggested on the country’s Holocaust memorial day that COVID-19 measures have "undone the liberation from the Nazis".

New documentary on Truus Wijsmuller, the hero who saved 10,000 Jewish children

A new documentary explores how unsung heroine Truus Wijsmuller rescued thousands of Jewish children from Europe during the Second World War at great risk to herself

Museum opens at one of Holland’s most infamous Nazi camps

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte inaugurated a museum on the former grounds of one of the Netherlands’ most infamous Nazi camps 80 years after its construction.

Dutch museum will pay €200K to owners of Nazi-looted painting it won’t return

A Dutch museum will compensate the rightful owners of a Nazi-looted painting the government said it could keep because displaying it would benefit the public interest.

De Volkskrant apologises for antisemitic cartoon of pollster

The DutchVolkskrant newspaper has apologised for publishing a cartoon featuring opinion pollster...

Vitesse supporters sing antisemitic chants on historic bridge

Police in the Dutch city of Arnhem has started an investigation after supporters of local football team Vitesse were recorded chanting "Hamas, Hamas, Jews to the gas" on the city's historic John Frost bridge.

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