European elections in The Netherlands are taking place in a climate of polarisation as the far right populists battle with the conservative-liberals
“We were trying to tell people what is really happening in prostitution because a lot of Dutch people think it is all really happy people choosing to sell sex. But the reality is that a lot of them are trapped in human trafficking.”
A Dutch populist party made gains in provincial elections, possibly boosted by Monday's suspected terrorist attack in Utrecht.
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.
The former politician was a member of Geert Wilders' far-right Dutch party.
Despite the ruling, the sexagenarian told Euronews he was feeling "great".
"I try to get a mortgage, it's impossible. If I put my age on Tinder, women say 'you're much too old'," Emile Ratelband told Euronews.
Tributes paid to former Dutch prime minister Wim Kok, haunted ''until the very end'' by Srebrenica
Thousands of Pakistani Islamists yesterday demonstrated calling for the country's Dutch ambassador to be expelled over a controversial cartoon contest featuring caricatures of the Muslim Prophet Mohammad.
In the innovative 'Plan Einstein' scheme, asylum seekers and young Dutch people live together, learn together and work together
Social media users have been superimposing images of the politician into photos of major historic events that he also didn't attend.
The new rules intend to restrict the number of tourists in the city's old parts.
The Netherlands has been without a new government since the March parliamentary election.
Several European countries do not allow dual citizenship for citizens who apply for a British passport ahead of Brexit.
An opinion piece from Amsterdam's Mayor, Eberhard van der Laan, on the city's pioneering integration of immigrants
Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem has come under fire for accusing southern European Union nations of having wasted money on women and alcohol
By Sylvester Eijffinger, Professor of Financial Economics at Tilburg University, Netherlands
Last week, Dutch voters dealt a blow to far-right
It comes after the Turkish president accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of 'applying Nazi methods' against Turks and Turkish officials carrying out referendum campaigns in Germany.
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Members of the campaigning community Avaaz gathered in front of the Dutch parliament on Thursday to celebrate after Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s VVD easily won national elections, defying polls that su
After the Dutch election, EU leaders have been congratulating the country’s prime minster who beat the Eurosceptic anti-Islam Geert Wilders.
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After Brexit, after Trump, European politicians have taken comfort in the Dutch election results.
European shares hit their best level in 15 months on Thursday helped by the Dutch election and the laid back approach by the Federal Reserve.
For governments across Europe facing a rise of nationalism, it appears there is a huge sense of relief.
The day after the elections in Netherlands what is the feeling and what are the expectations in the country and outside?