Before 1833, at least seven million fur seals were killed in the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan's tour of Netherlands postponed indefinitely due to Dutch government's ban on events
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday indefinitely postponed its national team's July tour of the Netherlands after the Dutch government banned all events until 1 September due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tata Steel Masters: Viswanathan Anand plays out draw with Anish Giri, shares 11th spot after just one point from three games
Indian chess ace Viswanathan Anand played out his second draw in three games, signing peace with Anish Giri of Holland in the third round of the Tata Steel Masters, on Tuesday.
Davis Cup 2019: Andy Murray selected for Great Britain after winning first ATP title in two years at European Open
The group will compete in the new-format Davis Cup in Madrid next month as Murray looks to emulate his star role in Britain's 2015 victory in the competition
The 19-year-old de Ligt, who led Ajax to the Champions League semi-finals is due to undergo a medical before signing for Juventus for a reported 75 million euros ($85 million).
Outpouring of solidarity, grief after shootings in New Zealand, Netherlands; burial process begins in Christchurch
50 people died in an attack on mosques in New Zealand's Christchurch and three died in a shooting in a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
Netherlands tram shooting: Police arrest suspect hours after distributing his picture; three dead, five injured in Utrecht
Several people were wounded in a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht on Monday, police said
Hockey World Cup 2018: Former India captain Sardar Singh says team needs to keep momentum going in Bhubaneswar
Impressed by the good start of the Indian team in the ongoing men's hockey World Cup in Bhubaneshwar, former captain Sardar Singh on Thursday said the team needs to keep the momentum going and play as a collective unit.
Hockey World Cup 2018: Easier for India to win gold in Bhubaneswar, says former team coach Jose Brasa
Impressed with Indian hockey's revival in the last decade, former coach Jose Brasa says the ongoing men's World Cup is the country's best chance to win the trophy and end a 43-year wait.
After UK, Germany, more European nations want fast track system with India to facilitate, promote investments
The fast-track system is already in place separately with the UK and Germany to resolve issues of companies having investments in India.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Diego Maradona calls for meeting with Argentina players to give motivational talk
Argentina must beat Nigeria in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday if they are to avoid a premature exit following a disastrous 3-0 defeat by Croatia.
Dutch former star player Ronald Koeman was Tuesday appointed coach of the national team, given the Herculean task of restoring the country's pride after a series of humiliating defeats.
She scandalised society by dancing almost naked when women still wore corsets and their dresses long. Yet a century after her death, Mata Hari remains veiled in mystery. Now a Dutch museum, in the Friesian town of her birth, is seeking to shed new light on the exotic dancer.
Hockey World League Semi-Finals 2017: India's skill outclassed by Dutch athleticism in game of two halves
Showing terrific pace with fierce runs down both flanks, a hugely competitive Netherlands side used athleticism more than pure skills to beat back the challenge of a dominant Indian team 3-1 to top Pool B
Rio 2016: India's challenge will be to be best everyday at Olympics, says hockey coach Roelant Oltmans
Roelant Oltmans said if his wards can give their best in every match, India stand a good chance of finishing in the podium in Rio.
Roelant Oltmans said the new competition format of having quarterfinals in place of direct semifinals will give India a greater chance to qualify for QF.
The German federal prosecutor's office has launched a probe after the football match between Germany and the Netherlands was cancelled in Hanover due to a terror alarm, the media reported.