Peter Cluskey

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Adrienne Cullen at  home in Voorschoten, in the Netherlands.

An Irishwoman who died in the Netherlands of cervical cancer as a result of medical negligence has been praised by the country’s prime minister for he(...)

The late Adrienne Cullen: “By the time my results were found by accident two years later, I had a large tumour, and treatment was too late to cure me.”

An Irish woman who became a “formidable warrior” in pursuit of transparency in hospital care after she was left with terminal cervical cancer arising (...)

Dutch drugs gangs are moving out of the cities where they’re most likely to attract police attention – and doing deals with hard-pressed farmers

A survey of Dutch agriculture has come up with one unexpected finding: that 15-20 per cent of farmers have been approached by drug-dealing gangs willi(...)

A file image of a demining robot in France. File photograph: Jacques Demarthon/AFP/Getty Images

The United Nations is to open a new office in the Netherlands to monitor leading-edge trends in the development of robotics and artificial intelligenc(...)

The Delta R shoe scanner created by Stage Gate (SG) 11 for  Schiphol  is designed to detect explosives and drugs.

Some 15 years after the events of 9/11 – the terror attack that changed global aviation forever – Schiphol airport in Amsterdam is to become the first(...)

Geert Wilders of the Freedom Party: A new poll shows the party is down six percentage points from its peak when the refugee crisis was at its most severe. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

A substantial drop in the number of refugees from the Middle East arriving in the Netherlands has left about 40 per cent of the beds in emergency acc(...)

Ecstasy, the trendy drug of the 1990s, has come back in fashion in recent years.

Ecstasy tablets have doubled in strength over the past decade, but have remained steady in price, according to a major report from a Dutch research in(...)

MDLinking’s founder, Hans Flu, is also a surgeon

“It has been a year since I gave up practicing medicine and I have to say I miss it a lot – so much so that sometimes I actually dream about performin(...)

The cockpit wreckage of MH17: the puncture marks were caused by the shrapnel of a Russian-made Buk missile. Photograph: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images

There could not have been a more potent symbol of the harm done to the Netherlands and its psyche by the MH17 disaster than the magnificent reconstruc(...)

Kenya’s president Uhuru Kenyatta shakes hands with Barack Obama last month. The US president’s visit came six months after the case against Mr Kenyatta collapsed. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

In a surprise development, counsel for the victims in the case against Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has asked judges at the International Crimin(...)

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