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Anna Holligan Anna Holligan is the BBC Hague correspondent. Twitter: @annaholligan Blog posts in total 5

  1. Testifying against Mladic ‘the right thing to do’ - Jeremy Bowen

    Friday 25 October 2013, 14:06

    Bearing witness to war crimes is an extension of the duty journalists have to create a record, says the veteran BBC war correspondent.

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  2. Newsnight takes audience on virtual ride

    Thursday 15 August 2013, 15:19

    Our compact crew were travelling by bike on a four-day shoot from The Hague to London. Our mission was to see if the UK was moving towards a Dutch-style cycling revolution.

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  3. Is Twitter sexist?

    Thursday 11 July 2013, 17:46

    I regularly check who people in my industry are following on Twitter and was astounded to see that one of the most respected news editors is following less than 20% women.

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  4. Dutch royal river pageant tests the water for live TV backpack

    Friday 3 May 2013, 15:09

    It was the biggest date in the Dutch calendar - only this year a new king would be sworn in too. We wanted to do things differently to make our coverage stand out.

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  5. My DIY live broadcast kit: 'the BBC on a bicycle'

    Friday 12 October 2012, 16:02

    It was a major development in one of the biggest foreign news stories of the past 12 months: the first time Libyan lawyers were to appear at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague, in the their legal battle to put Saif al-Islam Gaddafi on trial in Libya.

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