Todays Headlines   23-8-2017
National
The Hague ignored warnings of radical idea of youth worker

Police angry at leak to Geen Stijl

Blok announces first revocation of jihadistís nationality

Environmental group seeks court order for clean air measures

 
International
Dutch companies sourcing granite from Indian quarries using child labour

 
Dutch companies sourcing granite from Indian quarries using child labour Trouw, page 1
1-01-1970
Three Dutch importers of natural stone have bought granite from quarries in India where child labour is used. Some of the workers in the quarries are also vulnerable to debt slavery because of debts owed to their employer, according to the National India Working Group, Stop Child Labour and Church in Action on the basis of an investigation into working conditions and export data.
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The Hague ignored warnings of radical idea of youth worker De Telegraaf, page 1
1-01-1970
Bilal L., who was convicted of preparing a terrorist attack as a member of the Hofstad Group, promoted the jihad while working as a youth worker, sources have told De Telegraaf.
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Police angry at leak to Geen Stijl De Volkskrant, page 2
1-01-1970
The police in Amsterdam are angry at the leaking of information from a file on the widely publicised car crash at Amsterdam Central Station in June. It believes that a police officer passed on the personal details of the suspect to GeenStijl and intends to investigate the matter in depth.
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Blok announces first revocation of jihadistís nationality De Volkskrant, page 5
1-01-1970
Minister of Security and Justice Stef Blok intends to withdraw Dutch nationality from at least one convicted jihadist.
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Environmental group seeks court order for clean air measures Trouw, page 3
1-01-1970
Environmental group Mileudefensie and the government are in agreement that air quality has improved enormously in recent decades. It is also clear that the standards are exceeded at some locations in the cities and elsewhere.
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