Vojislav Seselj appearing before the war crimes tribunal on charges of crimes against humanity and violations of the customs of war in  2003 in The Hague. Photograph:  Michel Porro/Getty Images

Former deputy prime minister in custody since 2003 awaits verdict since 2012

Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta, whose trial is scheduled to start on October 7th, denies orchestrating post-election violence in 2008 in which some 1,200 people died. Photograph: Tiksa Negeri/Reuters

African equivalent to Hague court will grant immunity to sitting heads of state

Isis members wave flags as they drive around Raqqa in Syria. Between 1,100 and 1,700 European jihadists are known to have gone to Syria since 2011, and the Worldwide Relief Foundation says young women are increasingly being targeted. Photograph: Reuters

Dutch girl detained by German police while on her way to Syria

Dutch King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima and Princess Amalia and Princess Alexia: Dutch media have agreed not to invade their privacy. Photograph: EPA/Sander Koning

10-year-old heir to Netherlands’ throne was photographed playing hockey

Adolf Hitler’s autobiographical manifesto  ‘Mein Kampf’ was for sale at an Amsterdam antiques shop. Photograph: Roger Viollet/Getty Images

Adolf Hitler's autobiographical manifesto was banned in the Netherlands in 1974

Dutch court: Women overtook men on the Dutch bench in 2008, and since then the imbalance has become more and more pronounced.     Photograph: Robin van Lonkhuijsen/AFP/Getty Images

On average across the country’s courts, 56 per cent of judges are women, while in Utrecht the figure is 64 per cent

A civil defence member tries to put out a fire at a site hit by what activists said was a barrel bomb dropped by forces loyal to Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad in the al-Maadi neighbourhood of Aleppo yesterday. Photograph: Reuters/Hosam Katan

Alleged crimes a 50-50 breakdown between Assad regime and rebel groups

Architect Daniel Libeskind (left) presents a model of the Holocaust Names Monument to Amsterdam mayor Eberhard van der Laan at the town hall of Amsterdam. The memorial that will bear the names of all the Dutch Holocaust victims. Photograph: Remko de Waal/EPA

Architect Daniel Libeskind to design memorial

While it may not seem like it as he bathes in the reflected glory of Marine Le Pen’s historic 25 per cent share of the French vote, in his home country Geert Wilders has gone from heading the polls to trailing in them in the space of just three months. Photograph: Reuters/Francois Lenoir

Freedom Party leader’s ties with Front National have hurt him politically

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