Anger and tears over shooting of Dutch crime reporter Robert R. de Vries
09 July 2021 | 4:29 pm
The Netherlands is outraged over Tuesday night’s shooting of Dutch crime reporter Robert R. de Vries. The attempted murder is seen as a direct attack on freedom of the press.
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