The Philippines now has an even 1-1 win-loss record, while the Netherlands remains at the top of Group A with a 2-0 card
The meteorite, weighing about 500 grams (one pound), crashes through the roof of a shed in the small town of Broek in Waterland, just north of Amsterdam, in January
The teenager is arrested in the central city of Utrecht last Thursday, and is also suspected of 'spreading ISIS propaganda including violent videos,' Utrecht prosecutors say in a statement.
The breakdown of the talks, held in a scenic Dutch seaside resort, comes as fighting flared between government forces and militants in the south
Of the 20 countries heading up the list, all but Australia and Japan are in western Europe, where virtually every nation boasts some form of universal health coverage
Communist rebels say they will only agree to implement an interim joint ceasefire after talks on the Comprehensive Agreement on Socio-Economic Reforms are completed
The agreement says a ceasefire will take effect upon the approval and signing of the guidelines and ground rules
'I will not arrest him. I'll even pay for his hospitalization kung gusto niya,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
A sweet proposal after a serious World Championship game between the Netherlands and Great Britain
The opening ceremony for the 4th round of talks is rescheduled to Monday, April 3. The instructions of President Rodrigo Duterte, however, have yet to be divulged.
Netherlands loses 2-0 to Bulgario, leaving them 6 points back from group leader France
Norway commits to continue supporting the peace talks that aim to end Asia's longest-running communist insurgency
Arrested in 2014 after Facebook alerted the Dutch police, he is found guilty of harassing women from as far away as Britain, Canada, Norway and the United States
The vote will put Mark Rutte in pole position to form the next coalition government, with party leaders set to get down to talks soon
(UPDATED) Mark Rutte's Liberal VVD party is set to win 32 seats, making it the largest in the new 150-seat parliament, with Wilders and his Freedom Party (PVV) beaten into second place alongside two others on 19 seats
(UPDATED) The Dutch general elections are being seen as a litmus test of the strength of far-right and populist parties ahead of other polls in Europe this year.
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(UPDATED) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prompts a fresh outcry in The Netherlands with a jibe about the Srebrenica massacre, warning of retaliation in a spiraling diplomatic crisis
On the eve of Wednesday's (March 15) legislative polls, many of the 12.9 million eligible Dutch voters appear not to have made up their minds which of the record 28 parties in the running to choose
Acrimony flares between Turkey and EU states – a standoff that risks affecting Ankara's entire relationship with Europe
(UPDATED) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses the Dutch of behaving like fascists in their treatment of Turkish ministers
Away from the tourist delights of the tulips, windmills and clogs, here is a beginner's guide to the Dutch elections
(UPDATED) After several hours of calm demonstrations, police moved in to disperse over 1,000 people gathered close to the consulate
(UPDATED) 'Ban our foreign minister from flying however much you like, but from now on let's see how your flights will land in Turkey,' says Erdogan
Turkish ministers have been heading to Europe to whip up support for a 'yes' vote among Turkey's voters abroad, ahead of the April referendum on whether to boost President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's powers
Strong resistance from Unilever reportedly persuades Kraft Heinz to back out
The government and the communist National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDF) submit drafts on key reform proposals, sign side agreements to resolve contentious issues, and schedule informal meetings to fast-track the completion of a peace deal
The defendant, Aydin C., is suspected of forcing dozens of young women from as far as Britain, Canada, Norway, and the United States into performing sex acts in front of their webcams
The Netherlands has a special welcome message for new US President Donald Trump
France and the Netherlands are also likely targets as they too go to the polls with populist, anti-EU figures strongly in the running after Donald Trump's upset US election victory
Speaking at a gathering of right-wing populists, the French presidential hopeful also rails against migration, the euro and open borders
So wins in 43 moves at the Tata Steel chess tournament in the Netherlands
After the surprise Brexit result in Britain and as Donald Trump's inauguration looms in the United States, the spotlight is shifting to the continent's future political landscape
Fraudsters posing as consular officers operated a fake American embassy in the Ghanaian capital Accra for about a decade and printed counterfeit visas, a US official says
It follows similar bans imposed in France and Belgium, and comes amid rising tensions in Europe with Islamic communities
Tests indicate that the birds were infected by the H5N8 strain, which is 'highly infectious' for poultry but not 'very dangerous to humans'
It is believed the military wrecks – lost in 1942 during the Battle of the Java Sea – were removed by illegal scavengers looking for scrap metal, an effort that could have taken years
A 3-judge bench will hear the case against Geert Wilders on charges of insulting a racial group and inciting racial hatred after comments he made about Moroccans living in The Netherlands
The authorities now 'want to ban these small virtual animals in protected areas and in the streets from 11:00 pm to 7:00 am,' the municipality says in a statement. The case will be heard before a court in The Hague on October 11.
(UPDATED) But the Dutch-led investigation did not directly accuse Moscow of supplying the BUK missile and its transporter system – and the Russian government has repeatedly denied any involvement
(UPDATED) A Dutch-led international team of criminal investigators will release initial findings into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 amid growing frustration among relatives over the probe's pace
Tesla Netherlands says the autopilot 'had not been activated at any point' and that the car was 'driving at 155 kilometers per hour
Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi pleads guilty to destroying centuries-old sites in Timbuktu
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Thirty activists were swiftly bundled onto waiting buses and cars by security forces after they gathered to hold a protest near the city's famous Hoan Kiem lake
The families of the 298 people who died when flight MH17 was downed over Ukraine are steeling themselves for a slew of bitter legal battles, on the eve of the tragedy's second anniversary
'Justice always prevails over coercion and intimidation. Congratulations to the Philippine people,' says the spokesperson of the Vietnamese Community in the Philippines
Academic Medical Center spokeswoman Loes Magnin: 'Since yesterday (Monday) we've noticed young people walking around the building with mobile phones into places they're not supposed to be'