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When the festive figure Sinterklaas rolled through the Dutch town of Apeldoorn in November, he was greeted by TV crews, cheering crowds, and an inevitable round of furious protests.
When it comes to the big questions plaguing the world's scientists, they don't get much larger than this.
A manhunt is underway after three people were stabbed Friday evening on a crowded shopping street in the Dutch city of The Hague, police said.
The German Defense Ministry apologized Wednesday after an image of a Nazi-era uniform was posted on its Instagram account as an example of
Marie-Alice Dibon and Luciano Meridda's relationship began with poetry.
A lawyer for an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani told CNN that his client is willing to tell Congress about meetings the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee had in Vienna last year with a former Ukrainian prosecutor to discuss digging up dirt on Joe Biden.
Record low interest rates are forcing the world's best pension system to take drastic action aimed at staving off cuts to payouts that were once unthinkable.
Germany's Green Party has placed the power to debate directly into the hands of women.
Swishy Switzerland ski resort Zermatt may be a bit more appealing this year to savvy skiers.
As part of its commitment to return artifacts stolen during colonial times, France is returning a sword that belonged to a 19th century Islamic scholar and ruler in Senegal.
Motorists in the Netherlands will soon have to slow down to do their bit to tackle climate change.
Europe's largest economy narrowly avoided a recession in the third quarter, expanding by 0.1% over the previous three-month period.
Harry Styles is hitting the road.
Less than three weeks after starting trial production of cars in China, Tesla has announced the location of its second factory outside the United States: Berlin.
Adidas is shutting down two cutting-edge footwear factories in Germany and the United States and moving production to Asia.
As a 10-year-old boy, Max Vredenburgh threw a message in a bottle into the Atlantic Ocean in 2010. His message included his home address, in the hopes his message would be found.
Russian law enforcement agencies are questioning a prominent historian over the death of a former student in the city of St. Petersburg, in a case that has grabbed headlines across the country.
The morning after the Berlin Wall came crashing down in November 1989, nine-year-old Thomas Töpfer was one of the few East German kids who turned up for school.
Kani Alavi, a young Iranian artist living in Germany, witnessed history as the Berlin Wall was falling, and crowds rushed to set foot on free soil.
In the dead of night on Aug. 13, 1961, the East German Army began placing more than 48 kilometers of barbed wire through the center of Berlin, splitting the city into two stark halves.
The Berlin Wall was torn down 30 years ago. The seismic event sent shock waves across Europe, and sparked hopes for millions of East Germans.
A 48-year-old woman, accused of causing four deaths after faking her medical qualifications, has been arrested in Germany.
The owner of British Airways is buying a private Spanish airline for $1.1 billion in a push to turn Madrid's airport into a global aviation hub that rivals London, Paris and Frankfurt.