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A hard Brexit may put a thorn in your flower purchase
Tariffs and increased border checks in the UK could lead to increased prices of flowers imported from the Netherlands.
Why are Dutch students joining climate protests?
Euronews spoke to Dutch student Kim van Sparrentak, who is running in the European Parliament elections this year, about why students are skipping class for climate protests.
Dutch man builds the Noah's Ark: when Bible shapes the debate on climate change
A Dutch carpenter reproduced the ark, by following the instructions contained in the Old Testament. He warns that there will be new floods
Mosques ask Twitter to ban far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders
The Turkish Islamic Cultural Federation has sent a formal request to Twitter asking that anti-Islam Dutch politician Geert Wilders be removed from the platform.
Breaking down barriers between locals and refugees in Utrecht
In the innovative 'Plan Einstein' scheme, asylum seekers and young Dutch people live together, learn together and work together
Brexit: fishing industry faces choppy waters
Dutch fishing companies fear EU divorce will force them out of lucrative English waters
French eurozone plans to hit German speed bump
The currency bloc's reform faces complications, as the new German government needs time to settle in and resistance is building among northern countries.
Italy tries again for the EMA
The city of Milan is appealing against the decision to move the European Medicines Agency to Amsterdam from its home in London. The agency must leave its current base before the UK leaves the EU in March 2019.
Dutch show the way to deal with climate change
No place in Europe is under greater threat than the Netherlands, a waterlogged country that mostly sits below sea level. As climate change brings the
Dutch election: end of domino effect?
For governments across Europe facing a rise of nationalism, it appears there is a huge sense of relief.
The Brief from Brussels: D-Day for the Dutch, Turkey-EU relations further strained
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Meet the Dutch 'Justin Trudeau'
Green Party leader Jesse Klaver is being described as the Dutch answer to Canada’s Justin Trudeau.
The Dutch identity crisis
A right-wing revolt is underway in the most unlikely of places – the Netherlands.
Europe's education - What works, what does not
France is a country known for its national motto: Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité.
Going Dutch - an education system which caters for all
One of the specifics of the Dutch system is that primary school education starts at the early age of four and lasts until the age of twelve. In the "Windmill School", first thing in the morning, the p
A place to call home? The challenge of integrating Europe's migrants
The migrant crisis has brought scores of refugees and asylum seekers to Europe. But what happens after they arrive in the EU? Adjusting to local life
Ukraine envoy calls Dutch vote 'a referendum for eurosceptics'
Dutch voters decided to reject a trade deal between the EU and Ukraine in a referendum held on Wednesday. Turnout was low, but it passed the 30
Dutch referendum on Ukraine deal is 'anti-European', says Croatian MEP
Euronews spoke to the head of the European Parliament’s delegation for EU-Ukraine relations ahead of the Dutch referendum. Andrej Plenković is a
Belgium to probe residents concerns over nuclear plant
The Tihange nuclear power station is causing concern amongst residents living nearby, local politicians say. Belgium’s interior minister met their
Dutch PM Rutte warns EU 'running out of time' on refugee crisis
The Dutch government has warned the EU that time is running out to find a solution to Europe’s refugee crisis. Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the
Getting Turkey migrant deal 'working' is top EU priority, Dutch PM tells euronews
The migrant crisis, the economy, terrorism. These are just some of the big issues in Europe, as the Netherlands takes over the rotating
Migrant crisis: EU members told to act with more 'urgency' as Dutch presidency starts
“To be strong, Europe has to be united.” The message from Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte as he marks the start of his country’s EU presidency. He
Hopes of 'concrete solutions' to migrant crisis, as Netherlands starts EU presidency
Members of the European Commission are visiting Amsterdam to officially mark the start of the Dutch presidency of the EU Council. Prime Minister Mark
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Leave me in peace!
It is an issue that is increasingly coming under the spotlight: what to do about stalking, harassment and similar forms of violence. For the victims
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Andrew Morton on Europe's royals
Adored or abhorred? Our royal families are the subject of intense speculation. With Queen Beatrix abdicating in the Netherlands, corruption scandals
Fighting youth unemployment in the Netherlands
While youth unemployment rates in Greece and Spain hover around 60 percent, the figure in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands is below ten percent