The day after the Brussels airport attack, the Netherlands took the unprecedented step of closing its borders.
It was the first time that the country had shut down its borders since the 9/11 attacks in 2001.
The country’s government blamed radicalisation in part on the Paris attacks, which killed 130 people.
A few hours after the attacks, the government of Prime Minister Mark Rutte warned that a terror attack in the Netherlands could be on the cards.
It is no secret that the Netherlands has been under a state of emergency since 2016, meaning that citizens are unable to leave the country without a permit.
But this was not a policy imposed by the government, as some politicians have suggested.
Dutch authorities have had to impose a system of checks, checks, and more checks on visitors to the country.
The Dutch authorities started taking control of their borders after the terror attacks, and their security was increased.
So how did the country react to the Brussels attacks?
A number of experts spoke to the media about the different ways that people react to terror attacks in the country, and what you can do to keep yourself and your family safe.
In addition to the daily routine, what are some tips to help you stay calm in the wake of a terror incident?
Read more: When you are preparing for a terrorist attack, make sure to stay safe.
If you are travelling, try to keep your luggage in a secure place and keep your car in good repair.
If possible, avoid places that are likely to be attacked.
Also, remember that there are many other ways to be targeted and attack than simply walking into a shopping centre, for example.
If your car is hit, do not run away.
You should contact your insurance company to check if it is covered for the damage caused by your vehicle.
When you feel safe, be prepared for a few hours of lockdown.
Make sure to have a safe place to stay, and don’t let your friends or family know where you are staying.
Also make sure you have enough food to last you a few days.
Do not let your loved ones go hungry.
Remember to take plenty of rest time, and make sure that you are well rested before and during your stay.
The Netherlands has a large Muslim population.
It has a lot of people from different nationalities who have been in the Dutch capital for a long time, who can easily pass through the security checks that are required of visitors to get through.
If the country is under a security lockdown, it is very likely that people will not be able to get in contact with family members and friends.
Be careful if you are planning a visit to the Netherlands.
If in doubt, do your best to stay out of sight.
It will not only make it difficult for people to see you, but it could also lead to your passport being stolen.
Remember, the number one priority of the police is to prevent the entry of terrorists, so do not be a terrorist yourself.
The fact that you live in a small country that has a population of about 10 million people is also a concern.
Keep your passport at home.
Even if you have a valid passport, make it as difficult as possible for those from other countries to get into the country and get to the airport.
Do you have any tips for how to protect yourself during a terrorist incident?
The Dutch security service has been busy with the investigation of the attacks.
The security agency has been examining the surveillance video of the suspects and the people who helped them prepare for the attacks to see if they had any information about the attackers.
If there is any evidence that could help in the investigation, it would be great to get this information to the public.
Also if you live close to a major tourist attraction, make yourself as inconspicuous as possible.
Do take your luggage to the main airport.
Make it as easy as possible to enter the main terminal.
Take your mobile phone with you, especially if you use your phone to communicate.
If it has a camera, take pictures of yourself and others who are nearby.
If they have the same camera, make them your friends.
You have been warned.
Be prepared for the worst.
Read more, and follow these tips: Do not go anywhere without your phone and passport.
Do make sure not to make any noise when you enter the building.
Make yourself look like you are not being followed.
Do stay in a safe location.
Take the maximum amount of time to pack and carry your luggage.
It might take a while for police to catch up with you.
Make a list of everything you have brought to your destination.
Keep all your keys with you and any other identification you might have.
Take a few minutes to write down all your important information, such as your name, date of birth, address, and passport number.
Make an emergency plan.
When a terrorist attacks, you should make an emergency list of the things you have on you and your contacts, and how you are going to keep them safe.
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