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Crisis talks over assassination  Prime Minister Wim Kok is to meet fellow political leaders in parliament whether to go ahead with upcoming elections Election to go ahead  The Government has decided to go ahead with general election, despite the murder of anti-immigration politician Fortuyn Thousands protest at Fortuyn's murder   Rally in Rotterdam in protest at the assassination of right-wing politician. Police have detained prime suspect, white Dutchman Eco-activist charged with Fortuyn murder  Prosecutors have charged Volkert van der Graaf with the murder of populist anti-immigration politician Feyenoord beats Dortmund in UEFA final  Feyenoord won the UEFA Cup final 3-2, first European triumph in 28 years Thousands flock to honour Fortuyn   Murdered politician's body is lying in state at the Roman Catholic cathedral in Rotterdam Fortuyn buried after Dutch bid farewell   The body has been interred in his family vault after crowds lined the streets to witness his funeral in Rotterdam Right gains ground in poll  The anti-immigration party of murdered politician Pim Fortuyn is taking second place in the general election   Parties in coalition talks  Talks are under way on who will form the next ruling coalition following a swing to the right in the polls Hewitt survives 5-set epic with Schalken Kroon wins 8th Tour de France stage Fortuyn accused on hunger strike  Volkert van der Graaf, accused of murdering right-wing politician, has been put under medical supervision Boogerd wins stage, Armstrong leading 7 suspected of al Qaeda ties held  Mmen suspected of recruiting for the al Qaeda guerrilla network Police arrest terror suspect  Kurdish man is suspected by the United States of having links to al Qaeda Fortuyn accused ends hunger strike  The animal rights activist Volkert van der Graaf charged with killing populist politician has ended a hunger strike after 69 days Prince Claus dies  The 76-year-old husband of Queen Beatrix had suffered from sporadic ill-health over the past decade Dutch pay last respects to prince  European royals have joined the Dutch public in paying their last respects to German-born Prince Claus   Government collapses
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Inter, Milan defeated in UEFA Wildlife protection conference Srebrenica blame 'must be shared' War crimes court becomes reality Dutch Government quits over Srebrenica  The entire cabinet has resigned in the aftermath of a report on the massacre that blamed the Government and military officials Right wing politician Fortuyn murdered
Lockerbie appeal Lockerbie appeal challenges judges Duisenberg to quit ECB   Lockerbie judges to hear new evidence  Judges are willing to hear new evidence in the appeal by the Libyan al-Megrahi convicted of the bombing Van Velde wins 1,000-meter gold   Lockerbie bomber's appeal dismissed


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  A UN observer has described the dismissal of al-Megrahi's attempt as 'a spectacular miscarriage of justice'


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  Fortuyn, 54, was shot as he left a radio studio. Scuffles have broken out between police and protesters
 
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  Government has collapsed after less than 100 days in office amid disagreements in the 3-party coalition


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Nov.13 Newcastle completes historic CL rally

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Dec.5   No terror link to Ikea bombs - PM  Bomb threats to furniture stores have no link to terrorism, the Prime Minister Jan-Peter Balkenende said Dec.7   2 Van Gogh paintings stolen
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  Burglars have stolen paintings from Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum
Dec.18   Court frees terror suspects
  Court has found 4 men not guilty of charges concerned with an alleged plot to bomb the U.S. embassy in Paris


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2. 01-23 Lockerbie appeal challenges judges Netherlands
D. 02-06 Duisenberg to quit ECB Netherlands
4. 02-08 Lockerbie judges to hear new evidence Netherlands
03-14 Lockerbie bomber's appeal dismissed Netherlands
G. 04-04 Inter, Milan defeated in UEFA Milan
H. 04-06 Wildlife protection conference Netherlands
I. 04-10 Srebrenica blame 'must be shared' Netherlands





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Srebrenica blame 'must be shared' War crimes court becomes reality Van Velde wins 1,000-meter gold Inter, Milan defeated in UEFA Feyenoord beats Dortmund in UEFA final  Feyenoord won the UEFA Cup final 3-2, first European triumph in 28 years Hewitt survives 5-set epic with Schalken Kroon wins 8th Tour de France stage Boogerd wins stage, Armstrong leading Newcastle completes historic CL rally Duisenberg to quit ECB Lockerbie appeal Lockerbie appeal challenges judges   Lockerbie judges to hear new evidence  Judges are willing to hear new evidence in the appeal by the Libyan al-Megrahi convicted of the bombing   Lockerbie bomber's appeal dismissed




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  A UN observer has described the dismissal of al-Megrahi's attempt as 'a spectacular miscarriage of justice'
Apr.10 War crimes court becomes reality
May.6 Right wing politician Fortuyn murdered
  Fortuyn, 54, was shot as he left a radio studio. Scuffles have broken out between police and protesters
May.8 Eco-activist charged with Fortuyn murder  Prosecutors have charged Volkert van der Graaf with the murder of populist anti-immigration politician Jul.16 Fortuyn accused on hunger strike  Volkert van der Graaf, accused of murdering right-wing politician, has been put under medical supervision Sep.2 7 suspected of al Qaeda ties held  Mmen suspected of recruiting for the al Qaeda guerrilla network Sep.13 Police arrest terror suspect  Kurdish man is suspected by the United States of having links to al Qaeda Sep.19 Fortuyn accused ends hunger strike  The animal rights activist Volkert van der Graaf charged with killing populist politician has ended a hunger strike after 69 days Dec.5 No terror link to Ikea bombs - PM  Bomb threats to furniture stores have no link to terrorism, the Prime Minister Jan-Peter Balkenende said Dec.7 2 Van Gogh paintings stolen Map of Amsterdam Netherlands
  Burglars have stolen paintings from Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum
Dec.18 Court frees terror suspects
  Court has found 4 men not guilty of charges concerned with an alleged plot to bomb the U.S. embassy in Paris




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2002 Apr.6 Wildlife protection conference
Apr.16 Dutch Government quits over Srebrenica
  The entire cabinet has resigned in the aftermath of a report on the massacre that blamed the Government and military officials May.6 Crisis talks over assassination
  Prime Minister Wim Kok is to meet fellow political leaders in parliament whether to go ahead with upcoming elections May.7 Election to go ahead  The Government has decided to go ahead with general election, despite the murder of anti-immigration politician Fortuyn May.7 Thousands protest at Fortuyn's murder   Rally in Rotterdam in protest at the assassination of right-wing politician. Police have detained prime suspect, white Dutchman May.9 Thousands flock to honour Fortuyn   Murdered politician's body is lying in state at the Roman Catholic cathedral in Rotterdam May.10 Fortuyn buried after Dutch bid farewell   The body has been interred in his family vault after crowds lined the streets to witness his funeral in Rotterdam May.15 Right gains ground in poll  The anti-immigration party of murdered politician Pim Fortuyn is taking second place in the general election May.16   Parties in coalition talks  Talks are under way on who will form the next ruling coalition following a swing to the right in the polls Oct.6 Prince Claus dies  The 76-year-old husband of Queen Beatrix had suffered from sporadic ill-health over the past decade Oct.15 Dutch pay last respects to prince  European royals have joined the Dutch public in paying their last respects to German-born Prince Claus Oct.16   Government collapses
  Government has collapsed after less than 100 days in office amid disagreements in the 3-party coalition