From the BBC:
"The entire Dutch cabinet has resigned in the aftermath of a report on the Srebrenica massacre.
The report, published last week, blamed the Dutch Government and senior military officials for failing to prevent the 1995 massacre, the worst single atrocity of the Bosnian war.
The government, headed by Prime Minister Wim Kok, met for crisis talks on Tuesday morning, before deciding to resign en masse.
Two ministers, Jan Pronk and Frank de Grave, had threatened to quit after the report's release.
The country was anyway due to hold general elections on 15 May.
Mr Kok's cabinet will function as an interim administration with no power to initiate legislation until a new government is formed.
The Srebrenica report said the government had sent its peacekeepers on a "mission impossible" to protect Srebrenica, which was supposed to be a United Nations safe area.
Up to 8,000 men and boys were slaughtered by Bosnian Serb forces who over-ran the area.
The report also criticised the UN, which it said should share responsibility with the Dutch Government for failing to prevent the tragedy.
But the fact that it stopped short of blaming the peacekeepers themselves has provoked angry protest from relatives of the victims."
How rare in goverment, people with honour