Helicopter crash outside Kiev leaves at least 15 dead, including Ukraine's interior minister, three children and two top officials as Russia-Ukraine fighting rages on its 329th day.
Premier Mark Rutte acknowledges that the Dutch state enabled slavery and profited from it as advocates insist King Willem-Alexander should deliver the apology instead.
Amsterdam prepares to apologise for its role in slavery that built its massive wealth but ex-colonies in Caribbean region say apology must include compensation for the crimes the Dutch committed during their trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Ankara has taken a 'clear stance' since beginning of crisis in Ukraine, says Turkish president, calling for common sense to prevail and holding dialogue on every occasion.
Bilateral relations and further cooperation opportunities will be discussed in the meetings, during which the Russia-Ukraine conflict is expected to top the agenda.
As a former colonial power, the Netherlands not only profited from slave trade but also colonisation of countries like Indonesia, where the Dutch military committed war crimes.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte's fourth coalition government has earmarked $40 billion over a decade for green measures and plans to become climate neutral by 2050.
President Erdogan met leaders from Asia, Africa, Europe and Americas in the capital Rome.
Prime Minister Rutte is fighting for his political life after telling reporters last week that he had not discussed popular MP Pieter Omtzigt in his coalition talks. But according to notes made by civil servants, Rutte did talk about the lawmaker.
The pro-EU D66 party, which has challenged Rutte's European policy as part of his current government, is set to surge into second place, while anti-Islam leader Geert Wilders lost ground to move into third, public broadcaster NOS predicted.
Deep-rooted hatred against Islam persists, says Joram van Klaveren, the former far-right European politician, who was once a close ally of Geert Wilders.
The Netherlands starts three days of voting in a primary test of a European government's coronavirus policies, with PM Mark Rutte set to win another term in office.
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