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Dutch activists sue the king and ask for his powers to be reduced
The group, Republiek, has identified 18 different issues which they believe allow the Netherlands monarch to affect the country's democratic processes.
Dutch government 'set to officially apologise for slavery'
Slavery helped fund the Netherland's 'Golden Age', a period of prosperity and trade in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Netherlands to repatriate 40 women and children from IS camps in Syria
It will be the largest repatriation operation the country has ever carried out.
Dutch asylum seekers backlog as high as during the 2015 migrant crisis
NGOs say "unorthodox" action is needed to end the "vicious circle" for asylum seekers.
Dutch PM Mark 'Teflon' Rutte rebuked over text message archives
The Dutch PM famously used an old Nokia mobile, but has since changed it for a modern smartphone following the text archive controversy.
Cycling nation: The secret to the Netherlands’ biking success
The Netherlands is famous for its cyclists, but how has the country managed to encourage so many people into the saddle?
Dutch agriculture minister resigns after farmers kick up a stink
Henk Staghouwer was only in post for nine months.
Dutch cabinet split over 2030 nitrogen reductions rethink
The Christian Democrat leader Wopke Hoekstra told Dutch newspaper AD that the government's nitrogen reduction targets are not "sacred", causing a cabinet rift.
'Teflon Mark': Dutch PM Rutte reaches key milestone
Mark Rutte became the longest-serving Dutch prime minister on Tuesday, after being in office for almost 12 years.
Dutch farmers and fishermen block roads to protest emissions cuts
Farmers and fishermen fear they will lose their jobs under the Dutch government’s plans to curb nitrogen emissions.
Dutch PM Mark Rutte questioned after deleting text messages for years
According to Dutch law, certain government correspondence must be kept for public accountability.
Dutch judge issues six-month prison sentence for attack on politician
The suspect, identified as Max van den B., was detained two weeks ago outside the home of Sigrid Kaag after he shouted and waved a burning torch.
Women get parity as Dutch government sworn in after record delay
The election was held 299 days ago. A new government was only sworn in today.
Dutch royal family faces criticism over birthday party during COVID
The Dutch royal family expressed regret for holding a gathering for future Queen Amalia's 18th birthday that broke COVID-19 measures.
Dutch parties agree coalition deal to end record nine-month impasse
The negotiations lasted 271 days — a new record for the Netherlands. But it's nothing compared to neighbours Belgium who took 541 days following an election in 2010.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte set to reveal plans for new government
An agreement should be finalised and shared with the four coalition parties on Tuesday.
Police fire on rioters after anti-COVID-19 protest descends into chaos
Police said they fired warning shots during protests against new COVID-19 restrictions in the Netherlands.
Dutch coalition negotiations set new record
Talks to hammer out a new ruling Dutch coalition broke the record Friday for the longest post-election government formation negotiations.
Dutch political leaders meet to resolve stalled coalition talks
The last general election six months ago failed to produce a governing coalition in the Netherlands.
Dutch PM Rutte 'given extra security after death threats'
Dutch police have increased security around Prime Minister Mark Rutte, after receiving signals of a possible attack by criminals linked to the drug trade, a Dutch newspaper reported on Monday.