Josh Sigurdson reports on the recent news out of the Netherlands as thousands take to the streets to demand an end to lockdowns and curfews as the massive infringement of basic freedoms interfere with not just basic quality of life, but also the abil
The Netherlands braced on Tuesday for a fourth consecutive night of coronavirus anti-lockdown riots, with some shops boarding their windows and sending staff home early for safety.
Anti-lockdown protesters in the Netherlands set fires, looted stores and fought with cops for a third consecutive night of rioting after a strict curfew was imposed -- with a mayor warning the nation was "on our way to civil war."
Multiple anti-lockdown demonstrations were observed in Europe over the weekend. The largest one was seen in the Austrian capital, Vienna, Saturday, where at least 10,000 people marched against new coronavirus restrictions.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Adam N. Williams on the ground in Amsterdam, Netherlands about the truth behind what many claim is superior freedoms in the dutch nation.
Dutch cannabis users had something to cheer today when the country re-opened its famous 'coffee shops' just two days after shutting them over coronavirus fears.
Thousands of farmers shut down highways in a go-slow protest converging on the Dutch capital Monday, as they protested being victimised by a government trying to meet European Union emissions laws by cracking down on agriculture.
The Netherlands' Nuclear Research and Consultancy Group (NRG) has completed a major milestone irradiation test of molten nuclear fuel salts in its High Flux Reactor at Petten 37 mi (60 km) north of Amsterdam.
News leaked last week that the Dutch coalition government is considering setting up a fund for investing in economic growth.
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