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Despite pushback from the UK and France, Germany's Social Democrat Party wishes to extend the halt on arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Today's Brexit Brief: Juncker doubts Wednesday's meeting with Theresa May will "be a productive discussion", a UN report says the UK will lose its global influence and the Dutch Brexit monster enjoys massive success.
Dutch minister uses Brexit 'monster' to encourage citizens to prepare
Proceedings continue in International Court of Justice over the freezing of Iranian assets by the US.
Tariffs and increased border checks in the UK could lead to increased prices of flowers imported from the Netherlands.
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.
As thousands of young climate change activists marched in the Netherlands, they were supported by a group of 350 scientists and researchers.
A refugee family in the Netherlands, who were being protected from deportation by a continuous church service, has been pardoned
Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.
Euronews brought you the latest news and updates as they happened this morning.
Hundreds of cars, toys and flat-screen televisions are languishing at the bottom of the North Sea after a cargo ship lost 291 containers during a storm in early January.
A unique tulip garden covering 2,500 square metres was specially created for the event, with 200-thousand tulips presented in multiple colours.
Who are 'Strandjutters' and why were they allowed to take items that washed up on the Dutch coast?
Hackers released personal data from hundreds of German politicians, Dutch authorities urged people to stay away from washed up containers and British-Iranian detainee Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe announced she's going on hunger strike.
People in the Netherlands searched the coast for goods from 30 containers that washed up in the area after a large cargo vessel lost around 270 of its containers at sea
From swimming in chilly waters, to a parade and a religious ceremony, take a look at how people across Europe spent New Year's Day.
Thousands of Dutch revellers braved cold water and chilling winds on Tuesday to take a New Year's Day plunge in the North Sea in a tradition thought to date back to the 1960s.
Global warming worries the Netherlands, much of which is below sea level. Of course, the Dutch strengthen their dikes in anticipation of rising water. But in recent years, another solution is making its way: floating homes.
The Ark's mission comes as speakers at United Nations-sponsored climate change talks in Poland warn that global warming is humanity's greatest threat.
A Dutch carpenter reproduced the ark, by following the instructions contained in the Old Testament. He warns that there will be new floods