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Until the 1960s the organ of the Catholic workers' movement. In the wake of the student uprisings confessional affiliations were dropped and De Volkskrant became the country's leading leftist newspaper. Together with Trouw and AD it belongs to the Belgian publisher De Persgroep. Since 2010 the paper has appeared in tabloid format. Circulation has dropped in recent years as a result of the global economic crisis.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Left-leaning
Circulation: 252,000 (2010)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Publisher: De Persgroep
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1919

Jacob Bontiusplaats 9
NL-1018 LL Amsterdam
Phone: 0031-(0)20 - 562 9222
E-Mail: redactie@volkskrant.nl
Internet: http://www.volkskrant.nl/

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402 articles from this medium have been cited in the European press review by euro|topics.

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1.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 19/12/2014

Sony hack heralds cyber war

Following a cyber attack presumably by North Korea, the US entertainment company Sony Pictures has decided not to release its new comedy The Interview about ... » more

2.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 18/12/2014

Geopolitical advantages for Washington

The US and Cuba have taken a historical step, the left-liberal daily De Volkskrant comments approvingly: "Both countries have an interest in improved relations. The ... » more

3.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 10/12/2014

Social rift helps right-wing parties

The gap between the elite and the rest of the population is growing in the Netherlands according to a study published by the Netherlands Institute ... » more

4.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 08/12/2014

Time to revive the fight for civil rights

The most recent cases of police brutality in the US show that the fight for civil rights hasn't been won yet, the left-liberal daily De ... » more

5.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 01/12/2014

Revolution dies with Mubarak's acquittal

A criminal court in Cairo acquitted Egypt's ex-president Hosni Mubarak on all counts on Saturday. This buries the revolution for good, the left-liberal daily De ... » more

6.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 13/11/2014

Fanatics have ruined Dutch St. Nicholas fest

The controversial figure "Black Pete" will be allowed to continue featuring in the traditional St. Nicholas festivities in the Netherlands following a ruling by the ... » more

7.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 12/11/2014

Obama lets himself be dragged into ground war

Another 1,500 US military advisers will be sent to Iraq to help in the fight against the IS terrorist militia, US President Barack Obama announced ... » more

8.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 15/10/2014

France won't budge on budget row

The Eurogroup has upped the pressure on France to fix its budget. Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday in Luxembourg that he expected the ... » more

9.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 10/10/2014

Trial needlessly puts Wilders in limelight

Almost seven months after his hate speech against Moroccans after the Dutch local elections, the Dutch state prosecution is investigating the right-wing populit Geert Wilders ... » more

10.  De Volkskrant - Netherlands | 01/10/2014

West's silence encourages Beijing

The West must help to dissuade Beijing from crushing the protests in Hong Kong, the daily De Volkskrant urges: "Until now the Western countries have ... » more

 

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