Wake-up service 25/11: Debate on riots Rotterdam โ€ข Tibetan activist in House of Representatives

Good morning! The Rotterdam City Council is debating the riots last weekend and Thanksgiving is celebrated on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

Light rain moves across the country from northwest to southeast this morning. Behind this zone, the sun occasionally breaks through this afternoon. It will be up to 6 to 9 degrees. In the coming days, the weather will be fragrant with sometimes winter precipitation during the weekend.

Are you going on the road? Here you can find the overview of the activities. Check the timetable for the rail road here.

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The Ministry of Defence wants more military personnel to apply a vaccination obligation. Now the obligation only applies to military personnel who are being deployed. That should be extended to staff preparing for a mission or can be broadcast in the short term, a ministry spokesperson tells De Cceit.

Defence stresses that there will be no general vaccination obligation for military personnel. But according to the military union AFMP, it would almost come down to that in practice.

The ministry does not want to say how high the vaccination rate among military personnel is. According to the AFMP, a large number of military personnel have not been vaccinated.

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The European victory of Ajax continues, with 2-1 win on the Turkish Besiktas. Sรฉbastien Haller shot the eighth and ninth hit in the group stage of the Champions League for the Amsterdam club. Ajax trainer Ten Haag explains in this video what explains Hallers success:

Happy Thursday!