They died hand in hand. Together, they ensured the other would never have to live in mourning. Sounds romantic, right? It might become a new trend in the world of euthanasia.
Joe-Lize Kruijsse-Brugge, CNE.news
Job Title: Editor for CNE.news
Joe-Lize Kruijsse-Brugge (1999) has been working as a journalist since 2020. She started her career with the Dutch daily Reformatorisch Dagblad as a reporter on domestic affairs. Before that, she studied Liberal Arts and Sciences at Utrecht University. Since 2021, she has worked as an editor for CNE.news.
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