Thirteen-year-old Glaucia has just started his second year in post-primary school and will be allowed remain in The Netherlands

Two teenagers threatened with deportation to Angola with their father, who is suspected of war crimes during the Angolan civil war, are to be allowed (...)

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Beeld en Geluid) looks after and provides access to 70 per cent of the Dutch audio-visual heritage

Should public service broadcasters, funded at least partially from the taxpayer’s purse, be allowed to pack their television schedules with “reality” (...)

Gláucio (13) was born in the Netherlands and has just started his second year in post-primary school.

Two teenagers* – one of whom was due to begin studying for a law degree yesterday – face imminent deportation from the Netherlands to Angola along wit(...)

The port at  the Hook of Holland. Photograph: Julien Warnand/EPA

Talks have opened between Dutch, Belgian and British officials to try to prevent the ferry ports at the Hook of Holland and Zeebrugge becoming the n(...)

Members of Islamic State speaking in a video they recorded in which they called on Muslims to travel to IS areas to join the radical jihadist group: a number of Dutch children have recently threatened to travel to Iraq or Syria to join Islamic State. Photograph: Ho/AFP/Getty Images

Seven Dutch children who have threatened to travel to Iraq or Syria to join Islamic State (IS) or jihadists are being held in secure young people’s(...)

Collapse of Imtech - which has a workforce of more than 22,000 in 35 countries, including Ireland, and annual sales of more than €4 billion - is one of the biggest blows to the Dutch business sector in the seven years since the start of the economic crisis.

Once the darling of the Amsterdam stock exchange, Imtech, one of Europe’s largest engineering and technical services providers, was still hoping on F(...)

Personal belongings and luggage at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17. Investigators have met to prepare their final report, due in October. Photograph: EPA/Anastasia Vlasov

Air crash investigators from countries affected by the MH17 disaster have been meeting privately in the Netherlands to discuss their final report, du(...)

Sail Amsterdam – the world’s largest free nautical festival, featuring more than 600 tall ships – plans to ask male visitors to the Dutch capital next week to pee in special locations, so that their urine can be turned into fertiliser. Photograph: Marcel Antonisse/AFP/Getty Images

Summer festivals: for most of us they spell rain, mud, dodgy takeaways, grungy portable toilets and worse. But the organisers of this year’s Sail Amst(...)

Kenya’s president Uhuru Kenyatta shakes hands with Barack Obama last month. The US president’s visit came six months after the case against Mr Kenyatta collapsed. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

In a surprise development, counsel for the victims in the case against Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has asked judges at the International Crimin(...)

The wreckage of  Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 near the village of Hrabove in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. Photograph: Maxim Shemetov/Reuters

Australia, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Belgium and Ukraine have pledged to seek an alternative means of bringing to justice those who shot down Malaysi(...)