Life and Style A ruling which banned Dutch ISPs from letting subscribers access The Pirate Bay torrent website has been lifted.

The decision was made after evidence showed the amount of torrenting by Dutch users had not gone down

Mladic 'too frail to respond to questions' as court hearing begins

A frail Ratko Mladic appeared in a war crimes court last night. The former Bosnian Serb military commander was finally run to ground after a 16-year hunt for the man held responsible for Europe's worst massacre since the Second World War.

From Srebrenica to The Hague: The day justice finally caught up with Ratko Mladic

The damage inflicted by the former Bosnian Serb military commander is more than his trial can repair.

Leading article: An arrest that enables Serbia and Europe to turn a page

Ratko Mladic's capture marks a symbolic end to the chaos that followed Yugoslavia's break-up

War crimes fugitive Mladic arrested in Serbia

Serbian warlord Ratko Mladic, who is accused of ordering the genocidal massacre of 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys, was arrested today after 16 years on the run.

Nato welcomes Mladic arrest

Nato hailed Serbia's arrest of indicted war criminal Ratko Mladic today, saying he was implicated in some of the worst massacres in modern European history.

Ratko Mladic arrest: timeline of the war criminal hunt

Key dates in the life of General Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb army commander charged with genocide and crimes against humanity by the UN war crimes tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands:

Hague war crimes court to issue arrest warrant for Gaddafi

The international Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague is today expected to formally seek the arrest of Muammar Gaddafi for crimes linked to the brutal suppression of demonstrations against his 42-year rule.

Police to use bullets that 'petal' for more impact

Officers need to stop terrorists immediately, without worrying whether the round will penetrate through and hit a bystander

Marks & Spencer gets set to go Dutch

Marks & Spencer is looking to the Netherlands for the next step in its European expansion plan.

Postgrad Lives: 'Our professors have invited some great speakers'

Deyan Mihov, 24, is about to start the third term of a one-year MSc in investment management at Cass Business School, part of City University in London. Before starting at Cass, and after finishing school in Bulgaria, he did a Bachelors degree, in business administration, at The Hague University in the Netherlands, which included a semester at the California Institute of Finance.

Fears that putting Gbagbo on trial for war crimes will reignite the conflict

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is poised to investigate Laurent Gbagbo over alleged war crimes committed during the Ivory Coast conflict but a prosecution is unlikely to heal the strife-torn country's wounds, experts warned yesterday.

The Blagger's Guide To...'The Crimson Petal and the White'

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Educational institutions in the Netherlands

A list of the major institutions in the Netherlands.

The Netherlands: a relaxing way of life and learning

Ask some British students why they might be drawn to the Netherlands and you’ll elicit a knowing smirk, but there’s a lot to enjoy beyond the coffee shops. The region has a rich history and a liberal outlook while the Dutch accept visitors with open arms, which is particularly evident in its student bodies. According to the Netherlands Organisation for International Co-operation in Higher Education (Nuffic), there are currently 76,750 international students on roll.

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