The podcast returns after the summer hiatus with news of a foreign minister fighting to stay in his job, two children fighting to stay in the country and students fighting for space on overcrowded university campuses. We also bring you up to speed on the terrorist stabbing at Amsterdam station and ING bank’s unprecedented fine for money laundering, plus how Wesley Sneijder’s last match as a Dutch international gave a whole new meaning to playing at home. In our discussion we look back at the best stories and ophefs of the long hot summer.
Minister under pressure to stop two children being deported to Armenia
Terrorist who stabbed tourists in Amsterdam expected to die, says lawyer
ING settles money laundering case for €775 million
Foreign minister Stef Blok survives debate sparked by multiculturalism comments
Teachers call for public sector workers to strike for better pay
Dutch translation of Hitler’s Mein Kampf goes on sale
Wesley Sneijder signs off with home-from-home fixture
Two Dutch clubs in Champions League for first time in eight years
Discussion: Summer stories and ophefs
Summer of two heatwaves and unprecedented drought
Maarten van der Weijden raises €2.5 million for cancer research
Suspect in Nicky Verstappen murder case returns to Netherlands
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