Hanson eagles 18th hole for title in NetherlandsThe Swede was on the verge of withdrawing from the event, but doctors advised him that he would be better off remaining in the Netherlands. ''It has been an up and down week with my little son ill in hospital, so it just puts golf in to perspective ...
Tim Krul out of Netherlands qualifierDutch goalkeeper Tim Krul has returned to club side Newcastle after suffering an elbow injury in national-team training Saturday. Krul played in the 2-0 win over Turkey in the Netherlands' opening World Cup qualifier on Friday as he seeks to claim the ...
Dutch vote to test EU popularity in tough timesAt a recent campaign stop in his home town of Boxmeer, a verdant town in eastern Netherlands close to the German border, Roemer handed out tomato-flavored ice cream and said he wants "a more social Europe.
Chelsea chief scout Piet de Visser critical of Netherlands' Under-21 side ..."The Austrians were mediocre, and Netherlands adjusted themselves. I expected more 'power' from us. This game is viewable on television, there are a lot of scouts watching and these young players need to learn to give it their all for the whole match.
Netherlands 2-0 Turkey: Van Persie and Narsingh seal Oranje victoryThe first scare of the night came for Tim Krul and and Martins Indi, as some miscommunication nearly led to an own goal, and just as the Turks seemed to be reasserting their control, Netherlands struck to take the lead. Robin van Persie continued his ...
Storm drops into 4-way tie for lead in KLM OpenThe Associated Press. HILVERSUM, Netherlands - Graeme Storm of England blew a five-stroke lead midway through the third round and dropped into a four-way tie for the KLM Open lead on Saturday.
Netherlands backing off on restrictionsIn some of the border areas in the Netherlands there was concern among some political leaders about the amount of "pot tourism" - people from other countries coming to enjoy the cannabis cafes - and so they started implementing rules limited the ...
Dutch Labor party surges in pollsAMSTERDAM - With less than a week to go before national elections, an abrupt rise in the popularity of the brainy new leader of the Netherlands' Labor Party, Diederik Samsom, has conservative Prime Minister Mark Rutte suddenly fighting to hang on to ...
Princess Maxima, Dutch Royal, Swims In Amsterdam CanalAMSTERDAM -- The Netherlands' Princess Maxima has joined a thousand other swimmers braving a two-kilometer tour of Amsterdam's ancient canals to raise money for charity.
England, Germany, Netherlands Win Opening World Cup QualifiersEngland beat Moldova 5-0, while Germany and the Netherlands both won at home, as European qualifying for the 2014 soccer World Cup began.
Paralympics Games to close with emotional farewellThe London Paralympics end on Sunday with a celebration of 11 days of elite sporting action, amid claims of a "seismic" shift in social attitudes towards people with disabilities but hopes for greater inclusion.
Four-year-old Alps killings survivor to return homeThe four-year-old girl who survived the execution-style killing of her family in the French Alps was due to return to Britain on Sunday as police again quizzed relatives and scoured the family home.
Rescuers near end of China quake searchRescuers searching for survivors from earthquakes in China that killed at least 81 people were Sunday striving to reach the final isolated pockets after combing more than 90 percent of the remote area.
Putin mocks opposition over 'birdman' criticismRussian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday hit back at opponents who made fun of his flight with endangered Siberian cranes, comparing his critics to weak birds who could not keep up with him.
Britain, Netherlands call for sanctions against Lebanon's HezbollahBritain and the Netherlands urged other EU governments on Friday to join the United States in imposing sanctions on the Lebanese political and militant group Hezbollah for providing support to Syria's President Bashar Assad.
Australia take wheelchair rugby goldFavourites Australia on Sunday beat Canada to take the gold medal in the wheelchair rugby final, as the London Paralympics came to a close.
Obama courts Florida as Romney plays religion cardUS President Barack Obama was to woo Florida voters Sunday after Republican Mitt Romney thrust religion to the center of the White House race as he sought to underscore the rivals' different approach to traditional values.
Hanson eagles 18th to win title in NetherlandsHILVERSUM, Netherlands (AP) - Peter Hanson of Sweden eagled the final hole to win the KLM Open, his first title in two years.
DR Congo says regional summit 'not a failure'The Democratic Republic Congo sought to put a positive spin Sunday on the outcome of a regional summit that failed to win a clear breakthrough on taming the violent rebellion gripping the country's east.
Battle rages in Aleppo as Russia urges Syria unityFighting for control of a key army base in Aleppo raged on, as Russia tried to revive a divisive accord on ending the bloodshed that calls for a government of unity in Syria.