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The distant goal of putting Russia on trial for invading Ukraine moves a step closer as a dedicated prosecutor’s office is set up in The Hague. Mark Rutte avoids a diplomatic incident as he takes French president Emmanuel Macron out to an Indonesian restaurant. The Dutch and German armies look set to integrate further, though there’s bound to be a row about who owns the bicycles. Questions are asked in parliament about the right to protest after hundreds of people are arrested for demonstrating on a motorway. And we reveal which birds rule the roost in Dutch gardens.
Ophef of the week: Rutte warns of ‘leftist clouds’ on the horizon as campaign kicks off
Office to collect evidence of Russian war crimes to be set up in The Hague
Netherlands poised to integrate last infantry brigade into German army
Hundreds arrested at climate demonstration on A12 in The Hague
Right to demonstrate under strain, human rights watchdog warns
Government to provide financial support to health staff with Long Covid
Mass lung cancer screening trial to start in Amsterdam
Common sparrow still king of the garden, mass count shows
Anish Giri wraps up home win at Tata Steel chess tournament
Ariens and Henriks win ‘alternative Elfstedentocht’ in Austria (NOS, Dutch)
Sifran Hassan to make marathon debut in London (NOS, Dutch)
PSV busiest club on transfer deadline day, World Cup stars on the move
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