Europe

EU cracks down on Dutch eggs contaminated by pesticides

Two men have been arrested by Dutch police as part of an investigation into the illegal use of pesticides at poultry farms in Europe.

MH17

Waiting for justice 3 years after flight MH17 shot down

Relatives still await justice for downing of Malaysia Airlines civilian flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine three years ago

Justice elusive 3 years from MH17 crash in east Ukraine

Europe

Dutch earthquakes: Oil giants facing more legal action

Oil giants Shell and Exxon Mobil are facing a new legal battle with residents of a province in the Netherlands.

Europe

Court: Dutch partially liable for Srebrenica deaths

Court in The Hague confirms 2014 ruling that held state partly responsible for the deaths of about 300 Muslims.

Europe

Australian economy ties record for longest expansion

Household consumption still weak as savings rate drops.

Australian economy ties record for longest expansion

Europe

Netherlands coalition talks under way after vote

European leaders have been congratulating Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister. This week’s parliamentary election results are being seen as a setback for the far-right leader Geert Wilders. Al Jazeera’s Laurence Lee reports from the Hague.

Opinion

Dutch elections: Not a populist revolt

This time the polls overestimated rather than underestimated support for the populist option.

Joris Luyendijk

by Joris Luyendijk

Joris Luyendijk

Europe

Dutch PM easily defeats far-right rival Wilders

With nearly all votes counted, Mark Rutte retains power in election seen as measure of populist support in Europe.

Netherlands

Elections in the Netherlands: An explainer

Dutch governments are usually made up of several different parties, making compromise an important part of governing.

Elections in the Netherlands: An explainer

Europe

Geert Wilders concedes defeat in Dutch elections

Geert Wilder, a far-right politician known for his anti-Islam views, has conceded defeat in parliamentary elections in The Netherlands. His party had been leading in opinion polls as recently as last week.

Europe

Dutch PM: Netherlands said 'stop' to populism

Early results show ruling liberal VVD party taking 31 seats, and Geert Wilders' far-right PVV securing only 19 seats.

Dutch PM Rutte leads Netherlands election: exit poll

Netherlands

Dutch election day: What six voters have to say

Al Jazeera headed to polling stations around The Hague to speak to people about who they're voting for and why.

Dutch election day: What six voters have to say

Europe

High turnout as Dutch vote in Europe's far-right test

Crucial vote boils down to a race between Prime Minister Mark Rutte's Liberals and far-right party of MP Geert Wilders.

Dutch election: High turnout in key national vote

Netherlands

Who is who in the Dutch elections?

Dutch voters cast ballots in election that boils down to a race between conservative liberals and the far-right.

Who is who in the Dutch elections?

Netherlands

Does Geert Wilders really matter?

He is unlikely to form a government, so why is he getting so much attention and what do the Dutch think of him?

Does Geert Wilders really matter?