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Austria (AP) — An avalanche buried and seriously injured the second son of Dutch Queen Beatrix while he skied off the trail Friday in the westernmost corner of Austria and he was rushed to the intensive care unit of an Innsbruck hospital, officials
Reuters in Vienna Prince Johan Friso and Princess Mabel with their daughters Luana and Zaria in the Austrian ski resort of Lec. Photograph: Frank Van Beek/AFP/Getty Images Prince Johan Friso of the Netherlands was in a critical but stable condition
Publications Wednesday, February 01, 2012 11:40 AM Fresh ideas: Indonesian Ambassador to the Netherlands Retno L.P. Marsudi (center) enters the Noordeinde Palace to submit her credentials to Dutch Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina Armgard in The Hague on
Tuesday 31 January 2012 Dutch queen Beatrix celebrates her 74th birthday on Tuesday, making her the oldest reigning monarch in Dutch history. The previous record holder was King Willem III who died on the throne at the age of 73 years, 277 days.
The queen Beatrix of Holland, considers, of I "authenticate blunder", the whole shock created around the utilisation of a handkerchief to cover her hat during the visit to the Great Mosque in honor of heik&
Dutch Queen Beatrix has dismissed as "nonsense" criticism of her decision to wear a head scarf during a recent visit to a mosque in the United Arab Emirates. National broadcaster NOS reports that the queen's unusually forthright
The queen made the comment on the third day of her state visit to Oman, where she also wore a scarf over her hat while visiting a mosque. The decision by both the monarch and princess Maxima to wear traditional dress during mosque visits led to
His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said received Queen Beatrix Wilhelmina of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, yesterday. Queen Beatrix is on a three-day official visit to the Sultanate. An official welcome ceremony was given for Queen Beatrix at Al Alam
The queen and princess Maxima both wore long gowns and covered their heads for the visit to the Sheikh Zayed grand mosque, the queen tucking a blue headscarf around her hat.
The loss of body parts can be traumatic but these brave people rise above it. Raewynne Scarlett, 42, asked for her right arm to be amputated after doctors found a 10-centimetre sarcoma in her forearm last year a deadly tumour that started out as a