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“Death Cell 601″ is a prison cell of the extensive prison complex in Scheveningen of which some parts also houses the UN’s detention unit for prisoners. A part of the prison is to be demolished because the cells are deemed unsafe. But the foundation Oranjehotel ( the name of the prison during the second world war )wants the section that houses cell 601 into a museum. They also want to build an information centre giving the history of the building and its occupants. Hundreds of prisoners stayed in the Oranjehotel, before they were executed in the nearby sand dunes or sent to Nazi concentration camps. More information on www.oranjehotel.com
Dutch high street brands Hema, Zeeman, Prenatal and Coolcat have not signed an agreement to improve safety and working conditions for textile workers in Bangladesh,...19 May 2013read more
Claim by newspaper Trouw that part of The Hague’s Schilderswijk district is so dominated by orthodox Muslims that they are dictating what people should wear...19 May 2013read more
Hockey international Teun de Nooijer, 37, bowed out of the top level game on Sunday after helping his club, Bloemendaal, win the Euro Hockey League.19 May 2013read more