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Special to The TimesWhen we lived in this city in 1998 and '99, we were always out of town for New Year's Eve. The last week of December, we caught a train to Paris or Bern, Switzerland, pushing against the tide of Brits, French, Germans, Belgians -- seemingly everyone in...
Times Staff WritersAMSTERDAM — Police arrested eight people believed to be Islamic radicals in the 24 hours since they took into custody the man they believe killed a filmmaker whose recent movie denounced the abuse of women in Islamic societies, authorities said...
Tags: Politics, Murder, Netherlands, Crimes, Immigration
Special to The TimesCall me an L.A. snob, but Phoenix has always struck me as a land of "a's." Establishments that sound natural with that article in front — a Quiznos, a Safeway, a Mobil station — grace every corner, amid sand-colored low-rise condos and the...
Special to The TimesAMSTERDAM — A suspected Islamic extremist of Dutch-Moroccan descent was arraigned on charges of murder and terrorism today, accused of killing a director whose film denounced the mistreatment of women in Islamic communities. Police were also...
Special to The TimesUtrecht, Netherlands The first thing you notice about Utrecht is the Dom. Soaring 336 feet, the church tower, said to be the tallest in the Netherlands, is the city's centerpiece. At first it seems almost too big to stand above the quiet canals and...
Tags: Defense, Politics, Armed Forces, Netherlands, Hurricane Damage
St. Paul Pioneer PressNearly three hours before store closing, gay pride wiped Erbert & Gerbert's out of sandwich bread. It overwhelmed two bars inside the Amsterdam Bar and Hall. And it quickly emptied five food trucks, reducing Andrew Zimmern's "AZ Canteen" to selling ice...
The Santa Fe New MexicanOne of the two stately horse-chestnut trees, which have been landmarks on Canyon Road for nearly a century and a half, appears to be dead. Both trees began showing signs of stress, such as rust on their leaves, about 15 years ago. They went dormant...
Got blood? Time to help your community. On Wednesday, May 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Thursday ,May 16, from 3 to 7 p.m., the Hampden Family Center, 1104 W. 36th St., is partnering with MedStar Health, which owns Union Memorial Hospital, for a blood...
Rick Steves' EuropeI head to Europe every spring, ready to start afresh on a new season of travel. It's an exciting time, as I dive into exhausting days of nonstop guidebook research and travel show filming. With age and wisdom, I've learned to take some of my own advice:...
Londres, 2 may (EFE).- El Chelsea selló hoy ante el Basilea su pase a la final de la Liga Europa al imponerse en Stamford Bridge (3-1) gracias a los goles del español Fernando Torres, el nigeriano Victor Moses y el brasileño David Luiz. El conjunto que...
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated on Tuesday, handing over to her eldest son, Willem-Alexander, who became the first King of the Netherlands in over 120 years. An estimated 25,000 well-wishers cheered outside the Royal Palace in Amsterdam as...
Tags: Politics, Government, Netherlands, Consumer Confidence
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