The names of eight 'most-wanted' criminals, who have fled justice in the UK and thought to be hiding in the Netherlands, have been released.
Uncertainty in Holland and France has rocked the DOW Jones and the FTSE
With Hollande pipping Sarkozy to the first round elections in France, and trouble brewing in Holland, the market's are getting jittery
The US Secret Service has sent three of its agents home from Amsterdam shortly before president Barack Obama was due to arrive there, according to US media reports.
One agent was found drunk and passed out in the hallway of a hotel, the Washington Post reported.
The report added that the agents were on the Counter Assault Team, which defends the president if he comes under attack.
Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan said the three were placed on administrative leave for "disciplinary reasons" but that Obama's security had not been compromised.
Prince John Friso only ever regained "minimal conciousness" before he died, according to the Royal House.
The Prince, 44, was skiing in Lech, Austria in February 2012 when he was buried in an avalanche.
He was initially treated in a London hospital before being brought back to the Netherlands last month.
The Prince was the younger brother of the new King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander.
The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the news was "profoundly sad".
Dutch Prince Johan Friso, who went into a coma following a ski accident in February last year, has died.
In a statement, the government said:
"Prince Friso died from complications that arose as a consequence of the brain damage caused by oxygen deprivation following his skiing accident."
The British School of the Netherlands has confirmed that one of its former students has been arrested in connection with threats to shoot pupils and teachers at a school in Holland.
All schools in the Dutch town of Leiden have been closed today, after Swiss police alerted their counterparts to threatening language being posted on online messaging boards.
The message read: "Tomorrow, I will shoot my Dutch teacher, and as many students as I can." The writer then explains they will be carrying a 9mm Colt Defender gun and a note "which will explain why I did it".
– Spokeswoman for the British School in the Netherlands
Following a security alert this morning in Leiden, we have been informed that a former student of the BSN has been arrested in connection to threats made against a Dutch school in Leiden.
This student was permanently excluded from the BSN in October 2011 after incidents regarding his behaviour and has therefore not attended the school for over a year.
We have been assured by the police that there was never a threat to The British School or to our students. The school was open as usual this morning and lessons continue as normal.
Holland has recalled 50,000 tonnes of meat sold as beef across Europe that may contain horsemeat, according to the Associated Press.
The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has offered his resignation to the Queen after austerity talks failed.
The Liberal leader, whose centre-right coalition government has been in power since October 2010, said on Saturday talks on budget cuts had failed and new elections were likely.
Rutte's main political ally until this weekend, the Freedom Party's Geert Wilders, refused to agree on how to cut billions of euros from the country’s budget to meet an EU target on its deficit.
An international search had been going for months after Kirk Bradley escaped from a prison van with Anthony Downes while en route for trial.
Downes was also arrested in Holland and is fighting extradition proceedings after both were convicted in their absence earlier this year.
Ian Milne, head of European operations for the Serious Organised Crime Agency, said: "Like his partner in crime Anthony Downes discovered only a few weeks ago, there is no such place as a safe haven.
"Kirk Bradley was shocked when officers burst through the door of his luxury apartment in Amsterdam. He had no idea we were on to him.
"Joint working with Merseyside Police and the Amsterdam police has led to the capture of these two violent and dangerous individuals.
"They are now back behind bars where they belong. This shows that criminals who flee to other countries are not beyond our reach."