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Netherlands

'My heart is crying'

Bangladesh national team's departing coach Lodewijk de Kruif left here for the Netherlands yesterday morning with 'a broken heart' and with a hope of coming back to Bangladesh in future. “I'm very sad about it (departing), my heart is crying because I want to continue.  That is the feeling I have with my boys and my staff but in the middle of the process, we came to a point where we thought it was best to separate for this moment,”...

Sonadia Deep-sea Port

Netherlands shows interest

The Netherlands has expressed interest in taking part in the construction of the proposed deep-sea port at Sonadia Island under public-private partnership. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte expressed the desire during a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina at the Italian city of Milan on the sidelines of the 10th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). During a briefing on the outcome of the summit yesterday in Dhaka, Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali quoting Hasina told reporters that the government was receiving various...

UEFA Euro 2016 France

Chiellini steals the show

Chiellini steals the show

Giorgio Chiellini stole the show in Italy's win over Azerbaijan while the Netherlands escaped acute embarrassment and Belgium went on a goal blitz in Euro 2016 qualifying on Friday. New Holland manager Guus Hiddink was heading for a second successive defeat after lowly Kazakhstan, ranked 127th in the world, took an early first half...

EU to accuse Apple of taking illicit Irish state aid

The European Union is to accuse US tech giant Apple of taking illegal aid from the Irish state through sweetheart tax deals over two decades, the Financial Times reported Monday. A European Commission investigation into Apple's tax affairs in Ireland, where it has enjoyed a rate of less than 2.0 percent, found that the company benefitted from illegal state aid, the FT reported citing sources close to the matter. Ireland's Department of Finance confirmed that the EU would be publishing a...

MH17 crash: More bodies transferred to Netherlands

MH17 crash: More bodies transferred to Netherlands

Two transport planes carrying bodies and remains of those killed on board Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have landed in the Netherlands. The planes transported 51 bags containing bodies or body parts from Ukraine on Thursday, officials say. The Netherlands received 40 bodies on Wednesday, and has now begun the long process of identifying remains. Pro-Russian rebels...

MH17 Crash

Rebels hand over bodies, black boxes

Rebels hand over bodies, black boxes

Dutch experts yesterday prepared to fly out bodies recovered from downed Malaysian flight MH17, as Europe moved to punish Russia for fanning the rebellion in east Ukraine that it believes led to the crash. A train carrying the remains of the victims arrived in the government-held Ukrainian city of Kharkiv five days after the...

Dutch liable for 300 Srebrenica deaths

Dutch liable for 300 Srebrenica deaths

A Dutch court has ruled that the Netherlands is liable for the killings of more than 300 Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) men and boys at Srebrenica in Bosnia-Hercegovina in July 1995. The 300 men and boys were among 5,000 Bosniaks sheltering with Dutch UN peacekeepers at their Potocari base. But the Dutch state was cleared of...

Goal’s World Cup 2014 awards

Who was player of the tournament?

Who was player of the tournament?

After four weeks, 64 matches and 171 goals, World Cup 2014 has finally drawn to a thrilling close with Germany's dramatic triumph over Argentina in Rio de Janeiro. With so many gripping encounters, stellar solo performances and moments of madness over the past month, selecting the recipients of our World Cup awards has been...

WORLD CUP: BRA VS NED PLAYOFF FOR THIRD PLACE

Beaten pair out to fight for third place

Beaten pair out to fight for third place

Brazil versus the Netherlands is a match-up fit for a Final and would have made a worthy climax to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Instead, the two teams will face off in the Play-off for Third Place, with both eager to restore a little pride after the heartbreak of their semi-final defeats, Fifa.com...

WORLD CUP PLAYOFF FOR THIRD PLACE

Brazil go down 0-3 with a whimper

Brazil go down 0-3 with a whimper

Brazil suffered further World Cup humiliation as Louis van Gaal signed off as Netherlands head coach with a 3-0 victory in Brasilia, Goal.com reports. The tournament hosts entered Saturday's game hoping to restore some pride following a 7-1 semi-final drubbing against Germany, yet were undermined as first-half goals from Robin van Persie and Daley...

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