Wake-up call: Duel Ajax and PSV in Eindhoven • Cycling classic Liège-Bastogne-Liège 07:04 in Binnenland , Abroad News, weather, traffic: with this overview you can start your day well-informed.

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Good morning! The Walloon cycling classic Liège-Bastogne-Liège will be held and Ajax and PSV will compete against each other in Eindhoven.

First the weather: this morning the sun is still shining regularly and the temperature rises fairly quickly to 14 to 18 degrees. This afternoon it will be cloudy and rain will follow from the southwest and then the temperature will often drop to about 11 degrees. The coming days will be colder and persistently changeable.

Are you going on the road? Here you will find an overview of the activities. And view the rail timetable here.

What can you expect today?

  • Sudanese refugees gather on Dam Square in Amsterdam to demonstrate in solidarity with the victims of the conflict there.
  • Athlete Sifan Hassan makes her long-awaited debut in the London marathon. The women start at 10.25 am Dutch time.
  • The Walloon cycling classic Liège-Bastogne-Liège will be held. The women’s race can be followed live via NOS.nl and via the NOS app, the men’s race is also broadcast on NPO 1.
  • Fossielvrij NL, Milieudefensie and Extinction Rebellion demonstrate in front of ING’s head office in Amsterdam.
  • The numbers two and three in the Eredivisie, Ajax and PSV, play against each other in Eindhoven. Ajax and PSV are both on 62 points, 8 less than leader Feyenoord.

What did you miss?

The US military has expelled the staff of the US embassy in Sudan. The reason for the evacuation is the fighting that has been plaguing Sudan for more than a week. Government forces battle RSF militia. Hundreds of civilians have died.

The RSF says it has assisted in the action. The diplomats and their relatives are said to have left the country in six planes. According to the AP news agency, it may have been about seventy Americans.

President Biden says nothing about the possible help from the RSF. In a statement, he does thank Djibouti, Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia, countries that he said were “critical to the success of our operation”. The US embassy is now closed.

Other news from the night

  • Tile for journalistic podcast about police infiltrations: The prize went to Elsbeth Stoker and Daan Hofstee and was presented in the radio program NOS Met het Oog op Morgen.

  • Italy wants to put bears across the border after jogger’s death: Minister Fratin of the Environment says he will discuss this with other European countries.

  • Collective agreement for German civil servants, further job strikes: It has been agreed, among other things, that every employee in the public sector will receive 3,000 euros tax-free.

And then this:

The Flower Parade from Noordwijk to Haarlem is called the largest spring festival in the Netherlands. The Hogervorst family worked on one of the cars for a year, from the design to the last flower. Yesterday was their big day:

Bloemstekers corso cheering along the side: ‘I feel really proud’

Have a nice Sunday!

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