Dutch survivors and local leaders on Saturday recalled the horrors of the Dachau concentration camp at the National Dachau Monument on the outskirts of Amsterdam at a time of growing antisemitism.
The mayor of the Dutch fishing town of Urk has publicly thanked God for the rescue of a four-person Dutch crew after their boat sank off the coast of Britain.
An international investigation team says there are “strong indications” that Russia’s President Vladimir Putin approved the supply of the missile to separatists who shot down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014, killing hundreds of people.
The Netherlands entered the New Year with an intense debate about slavery after Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte apologized for what he called a “crime against humanity.” Rutte’s historic remarks came ahead of the 150th anniversary of liberation from slavery, despite warnings that not everyone is pleased with the apology for centuries of the slave trade in this seafaring nation.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has apologized for his nation’s role in centuries of slavery when millions of Black people were traded as cattle, and many died. In a historic speech, he called it a “crime against humanity.”
A former Libyan intelligence officer accused of preparing the bomb that brought down Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988, killing 270 people, is in U.S. custody after a spectacular operation.
The Dutch government plans to buy and close down up to 3,000 farms near environmentally sensitive areas to comply with EU nature preservation rules.
Dutch police confiscated the sound system at an anti-government rally in Amsterdam, where protest organizers played a sound recording by British conspiracy theorist David Icke after he was banned from entering the Netherlands.
A medical flight was unable to land in the Dutch capital Saturday as hundreds of environmental activists stormed an area holding private jets at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, officials said.
Political tensions are rising in the Netherlands after the Dutch government decided to accommodate thousands of migrants on cruise ships.
A fire at one of Iran’s most notorious prisons where Christians and political activists are among inmates has killed at least four people and injured 61 others, Iranian authorities acknowledged Sunday.
Member states of the U.S.-led NATO military rushed Wednesday to deliver advanced air defense weapons to Ukraine, where numerous people died in massive Russian missile strikes.
Dutchman Anne van der Bijl, known as the “Brother Andrew” who founded Christian charity Open Doors and became a voice of voiceless persecuted Christians, has died, his group confirmed Wednesday. He passed away in the Dutch town of Harderwijk at age 94.
A car with heavy weapons and explosives was discovered overnight near the home of Belgium’s Belgium’s Minister of Justice, Vincent Van Quickenborne, authorities say.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander unveiled government plans to limit social unrest as souring prices threatened to push a million people of the Netherlands’ 17.7 million population into deep poverty.
The Dutch agriculture minister resigned Monday after weeks of protests by farmers who fear for their livelihoods due to the Netherlands’ strictest nitrogen policies in Europe.
The Dutch royal family and prime minister have expressed shock and sorrow after a truck drove off a dike and slammed into a community barbecue, killing seven, including an unborn child.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte says he is ashamed about the treatment of asylum seekers in the Netherlands after a baby and a man died in an overcrowded migrant center while hundreds slept rough outside.
Pro-abortion activists looked at the seas Monday after a California doctor proposed a floating abortion clinic in the Gulf of Mexico for women in southern states where the procedure is banned.
Dutch police released a teenager amid a public outcry after officers shot his tractor in the worst standoff with farmers in years, officials said Thursday.