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Dutch court hands jail term to refugee over ties to anti-Iran terror group
A court in the Netherlands has sentenced an Iranian refugee to four years in prison after he was convicted of preparing and financing terror attacks in the Islamic Republic.
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands ‘When Pomegranates Howl’ selected for Oscar race
Australia-Afghanistan-Iran-Netherlands joint production, ‘When Pomegranates Howl,’ was selected by Australia as its national representative in the race for Best International Feature Film at the 2022 Academy Awards.
Afghanistan under neo-Taliban rule
Here are the latest developments in Afghanistan following the second takeover of the country by the Taliban militant group on August 15:
Van Gogh Museum reopens as restrictions ease in Netherlands
After almost six months the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam reopened to visitors as restrictions in the Netherlands ease.
Iran’s ‘The Rain Falls Where It Will’ to have world premiere in Netherlands
The Iranian film, ‘The Rain Falls Where It Will,’ directed by Majid Barzegar, will have its first international screening at the 50th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, from June 2 to 6, in the Netherlands.
Iranian animation ‘Switchman’ wins in the Netherlands
Iranian animation, ‘Switchman,’ won the Best Animation Award at the 2020 FluXus Animation Film Festival in the Netherlands.
Netherlands’ three-month import of Iranian roses tops five tons: IRICA
The Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) said exports of rose to the Netherlands, where the flowers are auctioned for resale to other countries, have continued unabated despite growing restrictions imposed across Europe over the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Iran: Anti-Syria motion in OPCW ‘unacceptable, politically-motivated’
The Iranian ambassador to the Netherlands described a recent Western-backed motion against Syria in the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) as “unacceptable, unbalanced, and politically-motivated”.
First giant panda born in Netherlands
Wu Wen, a giant panda loaned to a Dutch zoo by China, has given birth in a first for the Netherlands, Ouwehands animal park announced on Saturday.
Counterterrorism service alerted in Netherlands as 5G protesters set fire to telecom masts
Arsonists were thought to have set fire to at least six telecommunications masts in the Netherlands in recent days, and Dutch officials suspected there is a link with conspiracy theorists who say the coronavirus pandemic has been caused by the rollout of 5G services.
Van Gogh painting sold for €15m in Netherlands
Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Paysanne devant une chaumière’ (‘Peasant Woman in front of a Farmhouse’) (1885) sold to a private collector for about €12 million to €15 million ($13.5 million–$16.9 million) at TEFAF Maastricht, the Netherlands.

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