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Record-breaking seizure of cocaine worth €600 million in Netherlands
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Burning cargo ship towed to safe place to avoid ecological disaster
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Frans Timmermans announces bid to become Dutch prime minister
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Dutch e-bike company VanMoof declared bankrupt
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Netherlands returns looted artefacts from colonial era to Indonesia
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History made as first transgender woman crowned Miss Netherlands
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Dutch PM Rutte says he's leaving politics after coalition collapse
Rutte said he would remain in office on an interim basis until the general election, which the Dutch electoral council says will not take place until mid-November at the earliest.
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