The global coronavirus pandemic has affected over five million people, with around 327,000 deaths. Here are more coronavirus-related updates for May 20:
Beijing has encouraged factories to increase the production of medical supplies as pandemic kills over 65,000 globally and parts of the world face protective equipment shortage.
Dutch government admits the Netherlands was partially liable for deaths of 350 Muslim males in 1995 who were expelled from a UN base and killed by attacking Serb forces.
The groups claim textbooks prepared by Dutch publishing house contain “historical falsification”
The yellow vest movement has spread to several countries around the world who are protesting similar issues.
Turkey denies the alleged Armenian "genocide" but recognises that there were casualties on both sides during the events of World War I.
Dutch judges have referred a landmark case brought by British expats over their rights as European citizens after the Brexit to the EU's top court.
Turkey and Netherlands enjoyed more than 400 years of good relationship until March 2017, when the latter didn't let Turkish ministers hold rallies, causing a diplomatic crisis. Now, Dutch government officially withdraws its ambassador to Ankara.
Ties between Turkey and the Netherlands, that had deteriorated after Dutch officials barred Turkish ministers from meeting with its diaspora in Rotterdam. A bid to normalise relations failed despite recent talks.
The Dutch state is to appeal The Hague court ruling that found it partly to blame for the deaths of hundreds of Muslims in the Srebrenica genocide of 1995.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said regardless of who had won the Netherlands election, the views of Dutch anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders were widespread in Europe and were pushing the continent towards "wars of religion."
Turkey's Family Affairs Minister Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya returned to Istanbul after Dutch police prevented her from entering the Turkish consulate in the Netherlands. She said, "Even our most basic needs were not allowed to be met."
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