The Malaysia Airlines MH17 flight shot down over eastern Ukraine was struck by a Buk missile brought into the conflict zone from Russia, prosecutors said Wednesday on presenting the long-awaited findings of a criminal investigation into the crash.
Former EU commissioner Neelie Kroes acted "in good faith" when she failed to declare her directorship of an offshore company in the Bahamas, thinking that the firm had been dissolved, Dutch media on Thursday quoted her lawyer as saying.
The destruction of several ancient mausoleums in the historic city of Timbuktu by rebel groups in 2012 caused worldwide outcry. Now, the suspected planner - an Islamist insurgent - will stand trial for war crimes at The Hague.
A Qatari court has handed down a one-year suspended prison sentence to a Dutch tourist for having extramarital sex, even though the woman had reported being raped, the Foreign Ministry in The Hague said Monday.
Eurozone finance ministers on Friday asked Greece to deliver a set of additional cost-cutting measures that would be implemented if its finances go awry, making it a condition for Athens to continue receiving bailout aid.
Chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz said that the judges had ignored a large portion of evidence against Seselj, who was accused of inciting ethnic hatred against Bosnian Muslims and Croatians in the early 90s.
New York police briefed the Netherlands on the radical backgrounds of two of the Brussels suicide bombers a week before the blasts that killed more than 30 people in the Belgian capital, Dutch Justice Minister Ard van der Steur said Wednesday.
It is urgent for Libya's competing factions to form a government of national unity that could then ask for international help in fighting Islamic State extremists, German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen said Friday.
A European plan to ferry back refugees from the Greek islands to Turkey has been presented by the Netherlands, which currently holds the European Union presidency, the leader of the ruling Social Democrats told daily De Volkskrant on Thursday.
Terrorists affiliated with Islamic State militants or other extremist groups are expected to attempt another large-scale terrorist attack in Europe and are likely to again target France, the European Union's law enforcement agency said in a report on Monday.
Five major European airline groups launched a new alliance on Wednesday aimed at promoting their interests when dealing with national and EU regulators, with their sector facing fierce international competition.
The European Union must significantly reduce the numbers of arriving migrants because the bloc will not be able to cope if the current trend continues, Dutch Premier Mark Rutte said Thursday, representing his country's EU presidency.