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Dutch Eindhoven Airport cleared for suspicious suitcase

THE HAGUE, Nov. 22 (Xinhua) -- Eindhoven Airport in the Netherlands was evacuated after the discovery of an unattended suitcase on Tuesday. After the finding of the suitcase, the Dutch military police ordered several hundreds of travelers to leave ... Xinhua News Agency, 1 week ago

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France24, 1 month ago
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DutchNews, 4 months ago
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Yahoo! Finance

Dutch police arrest 'confused' man after airport terror tip-off

View photosDutch military police carry out controls at the entrance to Rotterdam Airport in Rotterdam on November 17, 2016, after receiving an anonymous tip-off about a possible terror threat (AFP Photo/Remko de Waal)More Rotterdam (Netherlands) ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago Military police probe anonymous threat to Dutch airport  Stars and Stripes2 weeks ago Dutch police arrest man after anonymous tip- off about a possible terror threat  India.com2 weeks ago Armed police swoop on Dutch airport after terror tip-off  MSN News US2 weeks ago

Confusion after Dutch WW2 shipwrecks vanish

Mystery over Dutch WW2 shipwrecks vanished from Java Sea bed 16 November 2016 From the section Asia Image copyright Netherlands Institute of Military History Image caption HNLMS De Ruyter with 345 men on board was the flagship of Dutch Rear-Admiral ...
 BBC2 weeks ago Dutch WWII-Era Shipwrecks Have Mysteriously Disappeared  MSN News US2 weeks ago Dutch WWII ship wrecks disappear from Java Sea illegal salvage rife in region  DutchNews2 weeks ago How could a shipwreck disappear?  BBC2 weeks ago

Russian Ministry of Defence claims its ships 'chased away' Dutch submarine in Mediterranean

Dutch military refused to comment on incident which reportedly took place off Syrian coast. The Armed forces of the Netherlands refused to comment on claims by Russia's Ministry of Defence (MoD) that a Dutch submarine was "chased away" from a fleet ...
 International Business Times UK3 weeks ago Russian ship said to have chased off Dutch submarine  DutchNews3 weeks ago Russian ships chase away 'dangerously maneuvering' Dutch submarine  Sott.net3 weeks ago

Jordan, Netherlands discuss military cooperation

AMMAN — Chairman of the Joint Chiefs-of-Staff Maj. Gen. Mahmoud Freihat on Wednesday met with Dutch Ambassador in Amman Paul van den IJseel, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. They discussed cooperation between the armies of
 Jordan Times1 month ago
National News Agency Lebanon

Daesh collapse may pose threat to Dutch security as Jihadists will return home

NNA - A military defeat of the Daesh in Syria and Iraq would cause the return of many Dutch jihadists back to the Netherlands which can pose a real threat to the country's security, the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice's National Coordinator ...
 MiddleEastPressReleases.com2 weeks ago Dutch government warns of risks from returning jihadis  Stars and Stripes2 weeks ago
NL Times

Dutch Central Bank To Move Its Gold From Amsterdam To A Former Military Air Base

(Before It's News) Nearly two years after the Netherlands made waves in the gold market when it announced that it had secretly withdrawn 122 tons of gold from the New York Fed, this morning there was another surprising announcement out of the ...
 Before It's News1 month ago Six billion in Dutch gold moving from DNB to Zeist military grounds  NL Times1 month ago Citing security concerns, Dutch Central Bank to move its gold from Amsterdam to a former military air base  Sott.net1 month ago

Jakarta to help probe disappearance of Dutch WWII shipwrecks deemed war graves

JAKARTA Indonesia has agreed to work with the Netherlands to investigate the mysterious disappearance of several World War II shipwrecks — considered war graves — from the bottom of the Java Sea, the Dutch prime minister said Wednesday. The ...
 Japan Times1 week ago The Slow Disappearance Of WWII-Era Shipwrecks Is Being Investigated  War History Online23 hours ago Indonesia to help solve missing shipwrecks mystery week ago Indonesia agrees to help solve mystery of missing Dutch shipwrecks  Global Times1 week ago
Asharq Al Awsat

Dutch Counter-terror Coordinator: More than 80 Terrorists Planning Attacks in Europe

Brussels Several European capitals have issued warnings against a new strategy adopted by ISIS, which calls on its militants to relinquish traveling to Syria or Iraq and perpetrate attacks in European cities instead. These warnings come as ...
 Asharq Al Awsat1 week ago Dutch expert claims up to 80 'IS' operatives preparing attacks in Europe  Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago ISIS plants 80 militants in Europe for attacks Dutch official  CitizenNG.com1 week ago 60-80 ISIS operatives in Europe preparing for attacks, says Dutch counter-terrorism expert  International Business Times India1 week ago
Defense World

Boeing To Provide Support Services For Dutch Chinook Cargo Choppers

Boeing has been awarded a foreign military sales contract worth $13 million to provide CH-47F Chinook cargo helicopter support services for Netherlands. The Boeing Co., Ridley Township, Pennsylvania, was awarded a $13,877,016 modification ...
 Defense World1 week ago
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