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Utrecht University: Not all are affected equally by the pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic affects us all in many different ways. However, research shows that certain groups in society are more likely to be affected...

A quest for belongingness

A few days ago, I came to a realization that I had been living in The Netherlands for six years. To tell you the...

Harbers rumoured to be in hiding over threats

According to reports, State Secretary of Justice and Security, Mark Harbers received such serious threats regarding the deportation of the two Armenian children, Lili...

Lili and Howick: The asylum children can stay

After months of arguing, the Armenian children Lili and Howick have been allowed to stay in the Netherlands. The teenagers, aged 12 and 13,...

Pegida to host another demonstration this weekend

The right-wing anti-Islam group Pegida will be carrying out another demonstration this Saturday according to messages on popular social media. They plan to assemble...

Refugees show their gratitude towards city of Utrecht

Refugees taking shelter at the Jaarbeurs in Utrecht thanked the gratified mayor of Utrecht Jan van Zanen with flowers and a thank-you letter yesterday. They are very pleased...

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Lockdown: Is more family time better?

It is in our nature to seek the bright side of things. During lockdown many of us feel trapped and hopeless. One way to...

A must-see movie: Tenet

The end of the world could happen, the third world war is a thread. The world's faith is in the hands of one secret...

Unusual Travel Tales part 1: White nights of Russia

Satiate the wanderlust quench with unusual travel tales. Here's presenting White Nights of Russia and some glance of the Golden Ring.

Nature walks in Bilthoven

Silence, peace, and quiet are privileges. They are also part of a healing process. Nature has its own way of healing. The total silence...