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Black owned businesses: Why more now?

In light of the various race equality movements that have taken place all over the world, more questions are being raised about the racial...

Utrecht theatre alive with African magic

Theater for the little ones: Imigani y'abana This Sunday, November 4, at 3pm an exciting event for children will be performed by multi talented artist...

Nigerian Ebola patient cured at University Medical Center Utrecht

The Nigerian UN peacekeeping worker who contracted Ebola more than three weeks ago in Liberia has been cured at the emergency unit of the University...

Utrechter wins Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism

The Albert Schweitzer Prize for Humanitarianism went out to Ellen Schepes from Utrecht for setting up the 'Medical3T' first aid training center for a secondary education...

Sinter Klaas has arrived!

Sinterklaas was spotted during midday at the Amsterdamsestraatweg yesterday with his black workers (zwaarte Pieten) handing out pepernoten (mini cinnamon biscuits) to the children. Sinterklaas...

Warming-up for the Qatar Climate Summit

The Qatar Climate Summit is just six days away but the mood to spark heated debate about this highly controversial topic is already in...

Utrecht’s Mulenga heads to Zambia for South Korea friendly

FC Utrecht striker Jacob Mulenga will return to Zambia to play an international friendly against South Korea next month. Although pleased the Zambian forward will...

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Leidsche Rijn project is creating hope for housing crisis in Utrecht

Housing shortage in Utrecht and in the Netherlands has always been a topic spoken about. This crisis particularly affects students, young people, and the...

Mass self-screening: Could it bring the pandemic to an end?

The Netherlands entered 2021 under partial lockdown. With the earliest end-date (19th of January) in sight, discussions begin. The government is trying to find...

Black owned businesses: Why more now?

In light of the various race equality movements that have taken place all over the world, more questions are being raised about the racial...

The (slightly) bright side of 2020

Now, 2020 is past. But, it is the year that will be stamped in our brains and memories for years to come. The year...