Pug shows why tulip field photoshoot is a must: 'Ready to pose'
"Whenever I grab my phone to take pictures, she wags her tail and is ready to pose," the owner of the pug in a viral TikTok video told Newsweek.
Cat that loves family car rides delights internet: "Curious kitten"
Oliver the cat loves to explore Europe on road trips with his family and even has his own pet car seat.
A Popular Uprising Against the Elites Has Gone Global
There is a risk that climate policies will do to Europe what Marxism did to Latin America.
Monkeys Pay Tribute to Fallen Troop Member in Heartbreaking Video
Heartbreaking footage shows endangered Golden-bellied mangabey monkeys paying their last respects to a dead troop member.
Pete Buttigieg To Join Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Invictus Games
President Joe Biden has named Buttigieg head of the U.S presidential delegation to the Invictus Games, which will be held in the Netherlands later this month.
Champagne Laced With Ecstasy Recalled After Customer Dies
Authorities warned drinkers never to taste or even touch liquid from a suspicious bottle, as even a small sip could be fatal.
Over 4,000 Sign Up to Throw Eggs at Jeff Bezos' Superyacht in Netherlands
"Take a box of rotten eggs with you, and let's throw them en masse at Jeff's superyacht when it sails through the Hef in Rotterdam," wrote the organizer.
Omicron Threat Sends Netherlands Into Strict Lockdown Ahead of Christmas
Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Saturday that failure to take precautions now would result in "an unmanageable situation in hospitals."
Sex Toy Ads Lead Some U.S., Japan Broadcasters to Cancel Curling Livestream
No products were on the ice and the sponsor has a non-explicit logo, but organizers were told the sponsorship would be inappropriate for American audiences.
Ari Lennox Accuses Amsterdam Airport of Racial Discrimination During Arrest
The R&B singer accused the Dutch airport of hating Black people in a series of tweets Monday.
Omicron Variant Found in 13 Air Passengers From Two South Africa Flights
Of 61 travelers who arrived on two flights from South Africa and tested positive for COVID Friday, 13 of them had the Omicron variant.
Netherlands Weighs Restrictions for Unvaccinated as Cases Increase
The proposals, which will be debated next week, aim to protect "unvaccinated people against infection, illness and hospital admission in high-risk locations."
Wendy's Loses Bid to Force European Namesake Founded in 1987 to Drop Name
The legal tussle is the latest case the U.S. Wendy's has lost against its little Dutch rival, with the small restaurant having seen off a challenge in 2017.
Police Arrest Activists Using Truck, Boat and Their Bodies to Stop Traffic
Extinction Rebellion said they wanted gain attention and said in a message to reporters that the demonstration was calling for climate justice.
Dutch Court Rules Border Police Can Use Ethnicity as One Gauge for Searches
Lawyer Jelle Klaas said the court's decision "leaves open the door for ethnic profiling," and one of the plaintiffs is expected to continue to appeal the case.
Treasure Hunter Discovers Body of German World War II Soldier
The body was found in an unmarked grave close to a landing area for U.S. soldiers during Operation Market Garden in 1944.
Netherlands: Russian Fighter Jets Engaged in 'Mock Attacks' Against Navy
The ministry said that the Russian jets, armed with bombs and air-to-surface rockets, flew past the frigate between 3:30 p.m and 8:30 p.m.
Climate Activist Says Royal Dutch Shell Ruling Will 'Change The World'
A Dutch court ruled that Shell needed to cut its carbon emissions nearly in half by 2030. One climate activist says the ruling will "change the world" and set a precedent for similar court cases moving forward.
Explosion at COVID Test Center in Likely Intentional Attack, Police Say
It is currently not clear who is responsible for planting the explosive device.
'Wonderchicken' From 66 Million Years Ago Is 'Oldest Known Modern Bird'
The extinct animal may reveal how modern birds survived the asteroid that wiped out large dinosaurs.
Amsterdam to Ban Red-Light District Tours From April
Individual tourists are still allowed to visit the city's red-light districts and tours outside the districts are allowed, but will need to comply with new tightened regulations in place to tackle "overtourism" in the city.
Scientists Are Creating Oxygen From Moon Dust in New Facility
Lunar regolith—dust, soil, broken rock and related materials found on the moon's surface—actually consists of between 40-45 percent oxygen.
How Kids Who Think They're Bad at Math Do Better on Tests
A total of 212 fourth to sixth graders, aged between 9 to 13 years-old, took part in the research.
These Types of People are Most Likely to Have Extra-Marital Affairs
The team worked with 513 pairs of men living in Belgium and the Netherlands who shared a common paternal ancestor.
Measles Virus Destroys Immune Systems of Unvaccinated Kids: Study
The study provides more proof that children should be vaccinated against the virus, experts stressed.
Both Sugary and Diet Drinks Appear to Increase the Risk of Death
"Artificially sweetened beverages are often considered by the consumers as safe alternatives to sugary drinks since they provide very few calories but their effects on long term health remain very uncertain," an expert told Newsweek.
Police Accidentally Send Pornographic Link In Mass Text Message
Nearly 2,000 people received the text.
Floating Parks Could Help Tackle Plastic Waste Crisis
The innovative Recycled Park Project aims to catch plastic waste before it enters the sea and convert it into floating island parks that are run by local communities.
Study: Migrants Boost, Not Burden, European Economies
New research hits back at the myth immigration damages the host nation's economy.
"EuroTrump": Is Geert Wilders Really The Dutch Donald?
The documentary "EuroTrump" got unprecedented access to the peroxide-blonde politician during the election campaign, but some critics feel