Peter de Vries: Trial opens in killing of Dutch reporter
07 June 2022 | 3:08 pm
The full trial of two men charged with killing Dutch journalist Peter R. de Vries opened in Amsterdam. De Vries, one of the Netherlands' most famous crime reporters, was fatally shot dead in the street last July.
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