Halbe Zijlstra acknowledges that he wasn't actually present when the Russian president said he considered Belarus, Ukraine and the Baltic states to be part of a “Greater Russia.”
Governments are launching investigations and audits stemming from the disclosure of the financial documents. An Argentine prosecutor is calling for the arrest of four university officials.
In "Behaving Badly: The New Morality in Politics, Sex and Business," the author unravels how we make moral choices in our ethically flexible age.
Nerdalize, a Netherlands startup, is conducting an experiment that could save companies and households money—and help protect the environment.
Turkey's president rips Germany and the Netherlands for blocking rallies among Turkish expats. Those rallies would support a referendum that could vastly increase Erdogan’s authority.
After a Trump order bans aid to groups that "offer abortion counseling" in developing nations, Dutch Trade and Development Minister Lilianne Ploumen, pictured, announces plans to "fill the gap."
With Scotland gaining more power over its finances, Glasgow and Fife are eager to try out an economic plan already running successfully in parts of Finland, the Netherlands, Africa, India and Canada.
A life of displacement is hard, some Europeans oppose the influx and the bureaucracy is not all it could be. But small acts of kindness and human connection ease an anxious situation. Here's one volunteer's account from a refugee center.
Pranksters asked food experts to taste "organic snacks" that were actually artfully sliced McNuggets and cheeseburgers.
In three years, all Dutch electric trains will be powered by wind turbines, either turbines in the Netherlands itself or in nearby Belgium or Scandinavia.