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National Tulip Day makes for a colourful splash in Amsterdam

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National Tulip Day makes for a colourful splash in Amsterdam

National Tulip Day makes for a colourful splash in Amsterdam

National Tulip Day makes for a colourful splash in Amsterdam's Museumplein Square.

The Netherlands is the world's biggest tulip producer.


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Dominic Raab co-hosts a press conference with his Dutch counterpart Dilan Yesilgoz-Zegerius, saying it is a "powerful" moment to bring countries together and support the ICC. This comes after the Hague issued an arrest warrant on Friday for President Putin over his alleged war crimes in Ukraine. The justice secretary says we need to "deal with Russian aggression" and goes on to say that China should tell Russia to "adhere to international law" as the Chinese President visits Russia today. Report by Rowlandi. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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International Day of Happiness 2023: Finland the happiest country once again | Oneindia News [Video]

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Finland has once again topped the World Happiness Report which was released this morning, and measures social support, income, health, freedom, generosity and the absence of corruption to determine a country's national happiness. Finland has topped the list for a sixth year in a row, followed by Denmark, Iceland, Israel, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Luxembourg and New Zealand. According to the report, India ranks at 125th position out of 136 countries, making it one of the least happy countries in the world. It even lags behind its neighbouring nations like Nepal, China, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. At the very bottom of the list is Afghanistan at 137th position. #InternationalDayOfHappiness #HappinessIndex #Finland

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Dutch Farmers protest party in shock victory in provincial elections [Video]

Dutch Farmers protest party in shock victory in provincial elections

The election for the Netherlands' 12 provincial legislatures revealed a shocking victory for the farmer's protest party, BBB. The win for the Farmers-Citizen movement is seen as a powerful protest vote against the ruling four-party centre-right coalition led by PM Mark Rutte.

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Farmers' protest party enjoys big win in Dutch provincial elections

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The world's first AI art gallery opens in Amsterdam [Video]

The world's first AI art gallery opens in Amsterdam

The world's first AI art gallery opens in Amsterdam but has sparked controversy in the art world.

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Amsterdam Taking Steps to Make the Red Light District Safer [Video]

Amsterdam Taking Steps to Make the Red Light District Safer

Amsterdam Taking Steps to Make, the Red Light District Safer. CNN reports that Amsterdam will ban the use of marijuana on the street, while also taking new steps to discourage alcohol use in the red light district. Residents of the old city center experience a lot of nuisance from mass tourism and alcohol and drug abuse on the street, Municipality of Amsterdam statement, via CNN. Tourists also attract street dealers, who in turn promote criminality and insecurity. Especially at night, the atmosphere can become grim. People who are under the influence also stick around longer, Municipality of Amsterdam statement, via CNN. According to the municipality, , “Residents cannot sleep well and the neighborhood is becoming unsafe and unliveable.”. CNN reports that the new rules will take effect in mid-May. An estimated 10% to 15% of Amsterdam's tourist industry is from the city's red light district, the traditional center of the city’s legal sex work trade. According to city officials, the goal is to draw visitors who appreciate the city's unique heritage, architecture and culture, as opposed to sex and drugs. In 2023, Amsterdam is expected to see over 18 million overnight visitors. . By 2024, that number has the potential to reach 23 million, plus an additional 24-25 million day visitors. CNN reports that when the number of overnight visitors reaches 18 million, the city council will be "obliged to intervene" per a 2021 ordinance. CNN reports that when the number of overnight visitors reaches 18 million, the city council will be "obliged to intervene" per a 2021 ordinance

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Rijksmuseum to host the world's largest exhibition on Dutch master painter Johannes Vermeer [Video]

Rijksmuseum to host the world's largest exhibition on Dutch master painter Johannes Vermeer

On Friday (10 February) The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam are opening the largest exhibition on Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer ever - displaying 28 of his masterpieces.

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'Once in history' Vermeer show opens in Amsterdam [Video]

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Amsterdam gets creative with thousands of new underwater bike parking spots [Video]

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Amsterdam opens two new bicycle parking facilities which are both underwater. Together they offer space for some 11,000 bikes, making it the largest storage facility of its kind in the Dutch capital.

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