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
New Dutch government sworn in
Noisiness, rowdiness and logistical difficulties are some problems that typically challenge and restrain a city’s night life. But these things won’t
Euronews' Jeremy Wilks talks to scientists at the Dutch national weather centre
The Netherlands has been without a new government since the March parliamentary election.
Noa Jansma, a 20-year-old student from Amsterdam, experienced everything from wolf-whistling to being asked for sex
When bespoke tailors of Savile Row come to you.
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Campaign comes amid a nationwide debate over gender equality sparked by a court ruling on public urination
Utrecht's 12,500-space bike garage is set to be completed next year.
A man held a woman hostage at a Dutch radio station on Thursday morning, before releasing her and being arrested by police.
A police spokeswoman
Britain's Food Standards Agency radically revises number of imported contaminated Dutch eggs up to 700,000
Tourists are pushing students and locals out of Amsterdam´s city centre
On Saturday a parade of decorated boats passed through Amsterdam’s historic canals as part of the city’s Gay Pride festival.
The Canal Parade is
Police in the Netherlands have arrested five Romanian men on suspicion of stealing iPhones worth 500,000 Euros from a moving delivery truck
In this 360° video, discover the Afsluitdijk - a giant dyke that's part of the Netherlands' efforts to protect its population from flooding.
The Netherlands unveiled a national monument on Monday in memory of the 298 people killed in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner in 2014
Accommodation-sharing portal Airbnb has vowed to take the ‘strongest action’ after claims a woman was pushed down stairs by a host in
The Dutch foreign ministry says suspects in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 will be prosecuted in a Dutch court.
Scientists and businesses see many environmental and economic benefits in growing microscopic algae for use in food, cosmetics and plastics.
An opinion piece from Amsterdam's Mayor, Eberhard van der Laan, on the city's pioneering integration of immigrants
Orange-clad citizens across the country celebrated by holding parties and street sales.
The Netherlands flower gardens are in full bloom as tulip season is upon us.
The International Court of Justice said Ukraine did not provide enough evidence of Russia's alleged role in the conflict, now in its fourth year.
‘Pandamania’ has gripped the Netherlands after two arrived at Schipol airport on their way to a specially constructed enclosure at a Dutch zoo.