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(30 Nov 2018) Here’s the latest for Friday, Nov. 30th: A 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocks Alaska; the G-20 Summit kicks off in Argentina; a Marriott Hotel security breach compromises the information of 500 million people; Amsterdam’s annual light festival gets underway.

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Rare photo of young Van Gogh is actually brother: museum

A picture believed to be one of only two surviving photographs of artist Vincent Van Gogh is in fact a picture of his brother Theo, the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam says. The black and white image had long been thought to show Vincent at the age of 13, and has featured in biographies of the notoriously camera-shy artist behind “Sunflowers” and a series of self-portraits.

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Amsterdam based duo ZeroZero touch down on Cyberfunk with their debut release, the ‘Toadstyle EP’.

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Rembrandt masterpiece ‘The Night Watch’ to be restored — live

Amsterdam’s famous Rijksmuseum is to restore the Rembrandt masterpiece “The Night Watch” under the full gaze of the public, as well as livestreaming it online, the museum says.

Police are looking ‘at all scenarios, also terrorism’

Dutch police say they are looking ‘at all scenarios, also terrorism’ after a man stabbed two people inside Amsterdam’s central station before being shot and injured by police.

Two hurt in Amsterdam station stabbing, attacker shot: police

Dutch police announce that two people are hurt following a stabbing incident at Amsterdam’s busy Central Station, with the alleged attacker shot and wounded. IMAGES

Tens of Thousands Support Pride Amsterdam

(4 Aug 2018) Tens of thousands of gay rights supporters gathered along Amsterdam’s canals on Saturday, for the city’s annual Pride Amsterdam event. (Aug. 4)

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Sex workers sing, dance to destigmatise oldest profession

Sex workers take centre stage at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, using music and dance to press home a serious message: “We are people too, and we have rights”.

Elton John, Prince Harry launch initiative to fight AIDS

Britain’s Elton John and Prince Harry launch a $1.2 billion initiative to fight AIDS transmission by targeting young men, during a major international AIDS conference in Amsterdam.