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The 31-year-old man fell from a moving van on Saturday evening in Bredaseweg, near Rijsbergen in Brabant. He died in the hospital where he was injured.

There was also the man’s girlfriend in the van. The 34-year-old girlfriend of the man was arrested by the police, as it was not clear who was driving the vehicle and it was not clear how the man fell that way.

Television and radio broadcaster Omroep Brabant spoke to the man’s grandparents. The grandparents said they were on their way home after their fiftieth anniversary. Janus said, ‘We are in shock. I can’t explain how I felt. All I know is that they went home because he was having an affair with his girlfriend. “Before I left, my grandson said he was going home before things went wrong.” Janus and his wife Jeannette still do not know exactly what happened to their grandchild.

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Home Ownership Rate Declines in European Union Countries

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Home ownership rates are decreasing in European Union countries. 69.9 percent of the population living in the EU lives in their own homes. 

The home ownership rate is 49.1 percent in Germany, 54.2 percent in Austria and 59.2 percent in Denmark. The home ownership rate is at high levels in countries such as Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia and Romania. In EU countries, 43.8 percent of the population lives in a debt-free owner-occupied residence. The rate of people living in rented houses is 30.1 percent. The housing crisis is deepening in developed European countries, and housing costs may cause other expenses to be postponed.

According to the information compiled by the AA correspondent from the European Statistical Office data, 69.9 percent of the population living in the EU lives in their own homes. home ownership rateGermany49.1 percent in Austria 54.2 percent in Denmark In , it is at 59.2 percent.

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In the European Union, 43.8 percent of the population lives in an owner-occupied residence, free of mortgages or mortgages. This rate is over 60 percent in 10 EU member countries. The highest debt-free home ownership rate is in Romania with 93.9 percent, while Croatia has 82.8 percent.BulgariaIt follows Romania with 82.6 percent.

In contrast, 30.1 percent of the EU population lives in rental housing. Germany with 50.9 percent tenant. It stands out as the country with the highest rate. Germany is followed by Austria with 45.8 percent, Denmark with 40.8 percent, and Denmark with 35.3 percent.

“The housing crisis is deepening”

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In his statement to AA correspondent, Cushman & Wakefield I TR International Chairman of the Board of Directors, Tuğra Gönden, noted that housing costs in metropolitan cities in EU countries, generally in central locations, are quite high.

Stating that the population density is increasing year by year in the metropolitan cities of high-income countries, Gönden said, “The limited housing and land supply and the fact that more people want to live in urban areas causes housing prices to increase. As a result, this situation is also reflected in the housing ownership rates and people rent houses instead of buying houses.” “It causes them to turn to housing. Moreover, this increase in demand causes the prices of both sale and rental housing to increase, causing this vicious circle to continue.” he said.

Emphasizing that the housing crisis is deepening in developed European countries, Gönden made the following evaluations:

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“The housing crisis in Germany is deepening, and the arrival of immigrants makes this situation even more complicated. Especially in one of the big citiesBerlinThis problem is felt more in Germany’s major metropolises such as. Due to increasing construction costs, rising interest rates and the influx of refugees, the housing deficit in the country has reached its highest level in the last 20 years. Ukraine-Russia The demand of Ukrainians who came to Germany after the war caused the need for an additional 200 thousand houses. The increases in rental prices caused great public reaction, and the government organized a referendum to find a solution to this problem. As a result of the referendum, 56.4 percent voted yes for the expropriation of more than 240 thousand houses.

Similar housing crisis problems are experienced in France. Rental expenses constitute a large part of the monthly expenses of French households. Capital city Paris  increase in housing prices in central regions such as Turkey, etc., drives those looking for housing away from city centers and also prolongs the process of finding rental housing. According to the report of the Abbe Pierre Foundation, by 2022, 4.15 million people in France face housing problems or live in inhumane conditions. Following these housing supply problems, the French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne announced that it plans to provide easier access to loans and offer loan opportunities with 0 interest by collaborating with banks to ensure that citizens have easier access to housing in regions where there is a housing shortage.

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Van Gogh’s stolen painting was found after 3.5 years

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Dutch art detective Arthur Brand, known as the ‘Indiana Jones’ of the art world, found Van Gogh’s painting stolen from the museum three and a half years ago.

A painting by Dutch painter Van Gogh, stolen from a museum three and a half years ago during the coronavirus outbreak, was found.

Art detective Arthur Brand said: “Confirming that the painting was the stolen Van Gogh was one of the best moments of my life.”

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Richard Bronswijk from the art crimes unit of the Dutch police said, “Arthur Brand solved this problem in cooperation with the Dutch police. The painting is absolutely real, there is no doubt about it.”

Detective Brand received the lost painting “Parsonage Garden in Nuenen” dated 1884 at a house in Amsterdam.

The painting, estimated to be worth three to six million Euros, was stolen from the Singer Laren Museum on March 30, 2020.

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In the video published by the Dutch police shortly after the robbery, it is seen that a thief broke the glass door of the museum near Amsterdam at midnight and ran away with the painting hidden under his arm.

Van Gogh Vicarage Garden at Nuenen

‘The Indiana Jones of the art world’

Dubbed the ‘Indiana Jones of the art world’, Brand made a name for himself by retrieving stolen works of art, including bronze statues of “Hitler’s Horses”, a Picasso painting and a ring belonging to Oscar Wilde.

The whereabouts of the Van Gogh painting were unknown until two weeks ago. However, one person called the detective and said he wanted to return the painting.

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Brand noted that an unidentified man delivered the painting to him in a blue IKEA bag and a pillowcase.

A video the detective released shows him “opening the painting in the living room and being stunned by the discovery.”

Thief sentenced to 8 years in prison

In April 2021, police arrested a man identified by Dutch media as Nils M. on charges of theft. Nils M. was later sentenced to eight years in prison.

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Nils M. was also found guilty of stealing Frans Hals’s “Two laughing children” in another robbery.

Brand said that a few months after the theft, he learned from a source in the criminal world who had bought the Van Gogh painting from Nils M.

The art detective said the man is currently in prison on a separate case involving the import and export of cocaine. Dutch media announced that this person was Peter Roy K., who was sentenced to 12 years in prison, and that he asked for a reduction in his sentence by using the painting as collateral. Confirming the identity of Peter Roy K., Brand noted that “there will be no agreement to reduce the sentence.”

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The Van Gogh painting was returned to the director of the Groningen Museum, who had loaned it to the Singer Karen Museum.

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Pakistani cricketer who put a bounty on Geert Wilders’ head gets 12 years in prison

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Geert Wilders’ Hz. The cartoon contest on Muhammad caused reactions from Muslims around the world.

Pakistani international cricketer Khalid Latif, who put a bounty on his head for the murder of Dutch far-right politician Geert Wilders, was sentenced to 12 years in prison in the Netherlands.

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Hz. A court in the Netherlands held a trial in absentia against former cricketer Latif, who placed a 21 thousand euro bounty on Wilders’ head for organizing a cartoon contest on the subject of Muhammad.

In its decision on Monday, the Hague District Court said, “The court ruled that the suspect’s statements should be considered as an attempt to incite, incite and threaten murder. The words used by the suspect are clear: He promises a significant amount of money to perform a certain action and kill Wilders.” he said.

Prosecutors stated in the indictment that the leader of the Freedom Party accused people of the Prophet Muhammad in 2018. It was reported that Latif offered a cash reward to those who would assassinate Wilders after he organized a contest calling for submissions of Muhammad caricatures.

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Latif, who lives in Pakistan, was not present at the hearing and did not retain a lawyer. According to local media, this is the first time a court in the Netherlands has convicted a non-Dutch person living abroad. There is no extradition agreement between the two countries.

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Geert Wilders’ Hz. The cartoon contest on Muhammad caused reactions from Muslims around the world.

Latif, a well-known figure in Pakistan, promised 3 million Pakistani rupees to “the person who will kill the person who planned this game” in a video he shared on social media and said, “If it was more, I would give it.” he said.

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Mark Rutte, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands at the time, condemned the cartoon contest as “provocative” and emphasized that Wilders was not part of the government. Wilders later canceled the contest.

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Fossil fuel protest in the Netherlands on the second day: 500 activists detained

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Activists say they will continue their actions until the country changes its fossil fuel policy and state that they will continue their protests every day.

In the Netherlands, 500 people were detained on the second day of the protests of climate activists opposing the government’s fossil subsidies. On the first day of the protest yesterday, 2,400 people were detained. 

The action started yesterday by the environmentalist group ‘Extinction Rebellion’ against the Dutch government’s fossil subsidies continued today. 

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Activists demanded an end to the use of fossil fuels by closing the last part of the A12 main road leading to parliament in The Hague. 

Despite the warnings of the police, security forces intervened in the crowd that gathered on the road in the afternoon. In the statement made by the police, it was announced that 500 activists were detained. 

Activists say they will continue their actions until the country changes its fossil fuel policy and state that they will continue their protests every day.

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While 10 thousand demonstrators gathered on the first day of the protests that started yesterday, the police intervened in the group two hours later and detained 2,400 people.

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Arts and Entertainment: Amsterdam Guide 2023

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Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands, as well as being one of the most vibrant and colorful cities in Europe. As you approach the city, it greets you with its image resembling a fan from afar. This design can actually be thought of as a reference to the fun life of the city, which you didn’t realize at the beginning. 

As you know, Amsterdam is known all over the world for the freedoms it gives to its visitors. When you see the city in daylight, it doesn’t actually look like a city with crazy entertainment: It even paints a pretty innocent picture in your eyes with its sweet, colorful brick houses that you wouldn’t even think there would be a street like Red Light Street.

This small city of the Netherlands is like Pandora’s box for those who like to combine fun and travel. It is a city full of colourful houses, museums and works of art. When you set foot in the city, it draws attention with its regular planning, which we are not used to. Large and small structures, some of which you can be sure are from the Middle Ages, are lined up on the shore of the harbour. A few of them are structures that are important political or artistic centers of the city. 

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Especially if you have arrived in the city in the morning, it is a pleasure to watch how the sun shines through the port towards the inner parts of the city.

Do not look at how small the city of Amsterdam looks… This small city hosts over four and a half million visitors a year. Of course, it is not for nothing that it is such a preferred travel route. Although it is more free than we are used to in some matters, it should be known that the privileges given to people are not the only reason for this intense influx of visitors.

Places to Visit in Amsterdam

This small city has very narrow streets and colorful structures lined up in these streets. When you step into Amsterdam, we recommend that you take a leisurely stroll starting from Amsterdam Central Station, the city’s central station. You will not have any difficulty in walking around this small area, and you will definitely spend pleasant moments with its wonderful architecture and cute shops. Of course, there are many places to see in this small city, which is one of the art centers of Europe. We have listed the main attractions of Amsterdam for you.

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The Royal Palace

This structure is the royal palace in Dam Square. The king uses this place to stay when he comes to the city. It is quite remarkable with its architecture and offers you the opportunity to bring a wonderful memory with you. If you have a special interest, you can take wonderful photos here. The exterior of the palace is architecturally unquestionably beautiful, and the interior decoration is truly dazzling with its reliefs, embroideries and sculptures, each of which is a work of art.

Dam Square

We can say that Dam Square is to Amsterdam what Taksim-Istiklal Avenue is to us. This place can be called the heart of the city in a way. When you come to the square, the first thing that catches your eye is the large number of tourists from different corners of the world who come to visit this place. Musicians, acrobats and artists perform in the square. Dam Square is a center waiting to welcome you with its lively appearance both in summer and winter.

Nieuwe Körk

We are visiting one of the wonderful buildings in Gene Dam Square. Nieuwe Körk, or New Church, is one of the must-see architectural structures of the city. Since the official coronation ceremonies are held here in the Netherlands, this church, which was established right next to the royal palace, is one of the most important symbols for the city. While visiting the interior of the church, do not forget to see the unique processes, the choir stage and the bronze piano.

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Amsterdam Canals

One of the must-have activities for tourists visiting the city is Amsterdam canal tours. These canals, which make the night different and the day different in this small city, are definitely one of the rare works that have joined the city in terms of architecture. Whether you want to spend romantic moments on the canals or enjoy the nightlife, our advice is that you should never come back from here without watching the sunset.amsterdam canals wide

 

De Oude Kerk

Next up is one of the oldest churches in the Netherlands. The church, which contains many historical documents and artifacts, is a very remarkable place with its ancient architecture. Located on Red Light Street, the church attracts visitors who come to the street for various entertainments. While you’ve come this far, we think you should include this structure in your route.

The Dutch city of Amsterdam is one of the must-see places in many respects. Of course, the places to visit are not limited to these places. We recommend city visitors to see places such as “ Zedijk ,  Rijkmuseum ,  Van Gogh Museum ,  Anne Frank Museum ,  Westmen ” before leaving Amsterdam.

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Billboards of OnlyFans model spark controversy in UK

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Regulatory green light for OnlyFans billboards of controversial model Eliza Rose Watson in England.

In England, the model named Eliza Rose Watson appeared on the billboards of the OnlyFans page, causing controversy. The UK regulator, which started an investigation after complaints that it was not suitable for children to see, approved the ads.

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) received 30 complaints in June and July that posters appearing in Harrow, Tottenham, Lambeth and Edgware were inappropriate and adult content.

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One of the billboards used was located about 450 meters from a school.

Complainants argued that the ad was excessively sexual and objectified women.

The ASA said that although Watson’s clothes are open, there is no nudity in the image and Watson’s pose “does not go beyond light sexuality”.

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“While we acknowledge that the image of Ms. Watson and references to OnlyFans may be offensive to some, we conclude that, as the ad is not overtly sexual and does not objectify women, it is unlikely to cause serious or widespread discomfort,” the agency said in a statement. took

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Environmental organization  Global Witness then took over three of the boards and turned them into ‘OilyFans’ billboards to comment on the salary package of BP CEO Bernard Looney, whose earnings rose from £4.5m to £10m last year.

OnlyFans is a social media platform that offers a subscription service to adult sexual content.

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Watson, 34, told British tabloid newspaper The Sun last month that he earns around £200,000 a month by selling explicit images on OnlyFans. 

He said he spent around £18,000 on the ad campaign, including billboards in the UK and two in New York’s Times Square.

Regarding the reactions to the billboards, Watson said: 

“If people are offended by my ad, I’m assuming they’re also complaining about Ann Summers and Jack Daniels ads. You see ads for gambling, alcohol, sex toys, underwear, there’s no difference between these types of adult ads and my adult ads.”

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“This is real business – if a gambling or alcohol company can run ads with far more disruptive effects, why not?”

The ASA concluded that the posters were not placed irresponsibly and decided that no further action was necessary.

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Dutch Supreme Court: Israeli soldiers cannot be tried in our country

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The Dutch Supreme Court has upheld the ruling that the Dutch national of Palestinian descent, Ismail Ziada, “cannot sue Israel’s former defense minister and another former senior military official for his role in the deadly Gaza airstrike in 2014”.

The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that two ex-servicemen, including former Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz, are exempt from civil prosecution in the Netherlands in the case of the death of six Palestinians in an airstrike.

The decision was made in December 2021 by the Hague Court of Appeals, with retired military politician Gantz and former Air Force Commander Amir Eshel as senior Israeli officials conducting government policy “regardless of the nature and extent of the behavior imputed against them” in the Netherlands. upheld his decision that he could not be held liable in a civil action.

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This means that the Dutch Supreme Court “exempted the Israeli military from prosecution in the Netherlands under civil action and dismissed the claim for compensation”.

Ismail Ziada, a Dutch citizen of Palestinian origin, filed a war crimes compensation lawsuit against former Israeli Chief of Staff Benny Gantz on the grounds that he was responsible for the death of his family.

Ziada had lost her mother, three siblings, aunt and nephew in the Burayj Refugee Camp as a result of Israel’s airstrikes on Gaza on July 20, 2014.

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In her application, Ziada had sought damages against Gantz under the ‘Dutch rules of universal jurisdiction’ that allow countries to prosecute serious crimes committed elsewhere.

The lawyers of Ziada, who is of Palestinian origin, argued that these two senior Israeli soldiers do not have immunity because their actions constitute war crimes.

However, since it is the highest judicial authority, there is no other appeal against the Dutch Supreme Court’s decision.

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According to UN figures, approximately 2,200 Palestinians, including 1,500 civilians, were killed in these conflicts. 

According to Israeli military and health officials, 67 Israeli soldiers and 6 civilians lost their lives.

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Amsterdam fine for loud car engines and exhausts

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Amsterdam and Rotterdam are testing a network of traffic noise monitors that could automatically send fines to noisy drivers. As part of the trial, there are monitors in the central and northern areas of Amsterdam. If the vehicles exceed the noise limits, the message “too high” will be displayed, there will not be a penalty system yet in the tests, but in this way, it is aimed to raise awareness by giving a warning.

In Rotterdam, noise detectors are also planned to be integrated into speed cameras. A survey showed that motorcycles cause the most noise and health problems.

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The new system aims to simplify noise infringement practices and replace fines of up to at least 280 euros when the system is approved. Certification and reliability will determine the exact application. So far, 55 noisy drivers have been fined at the last checks in Rotterdam.

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2 Russian warplanes approaching Dutch airspace intercepted

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The Ministry of Defense announced that two Russian warplanes flying in the direction of the Netherlands were stopped in Danish airspace.

In the written statement made by the Ministry, it was stated that 2 Russian F-16 fighter jets were detected in Danish airspace at 07:19 today, and the planes were flying in the direction of the Netherlands.

In the statement, it was stated that after the aircraft were detected by the Danish “Quick Response Alert” (QRA) system, the QRA system in the Netherlands was also put on alert. The ministry noted that the Russian planes were intercepted while they were in Danish airspace.

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According to the spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense, due to the threat posed in the northern part of the North Sea, two F-16 fighter jets at Volkel airbase took off and made a reconnaissance tour in the region.

Noting that such incidents are not common, the ministry said, “However, today’s incident shows the importance of rapid deployment.” commented.

The statement also stated that Dutch F-16s are on alert for 24 hours and can intervene within minutes if the presence of a foreign aircraft is detected.

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Since 2017, the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg) countries have assumed the control of their airspace alternately Belgium and the Netherlands. Since April this year, the airspace has been controlled by the Netherlands.

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In another city in the Netherlands, a bacteria warning was issued in drinking water

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The drinking water warning in Doorn and Didam last week now applies to Zevenaar. Do not use without boiling the water in the regions specified by the zip code.

A bacteria warning in drinking water was issued last week in the town of Doorn near Utrecht and in the town of Didam in the province of Gelderland, and now for residents of the city of Zevenaar in the district of Liemers, in the province of Gelderland.

In the statement made by the drinking water company Vitens, it was noted that “enterococcus” bacteria were found in the examinations carried out in Zevenaar-Zuid.
In the statement, it was recommended that houses and businesses in 6902, 6905, 6909, 6911, 6913, 6914, 6915, 6916 and 6917 postcode regions should not be used without boiling water.

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Stating that the recommendation to boil the water is for precautionary purposes, the company stated that there is no harm in taking a shower, bathing or using it in the toilet.

In the coming days, more measurements will be made in Didam, Zevenaar-Zuid and the surrounding areas “to determine the source and nature of the pollution and to take the necessary measures”. Both repositories are currently obsolete.

Vitens; He stated that the residents of Didam and Zevenaar will be informed in the coming days about how long the recommendation to boil water will be valid.

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Vitens states that it was purely a coincidence that the same bacterium was detected for the third time in a different region.

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