The Dutch result is a first test of the appeal of the Eurosceptic parties contesting elections across the bloc through Sunday. The outcome will reassure established parties fearing a surge among far-right and Eurosceptic challengers.
European leaders offered Britain a six-month delay to its Brexit departure, officials said. Britain's PM Theresa May, who had sought a delay only until June 30, has agreed to the offer.
EU leaders have rebuffed May's request to sweeten the divorce agreement and help her win over a hostile UK Parliament, and Juncker complained to reporters about a political climate which was sometimes "nebulous, imprecise."
British Prime Minister Theresa May steps up efforts to sell her European Union divorce deal, as rebel lawmakers in her party say she has to go.
The meeting between President Erdogan and Dutch PM Mark Rutte lasted almost one hour.
Divorce deal approved by Britain and European Union sets stage for end of nearly 46-year marriage as leaders at a special Brussels summit express sadness at "tragic" end of British EU membership.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Paris for talks with French President Emmanuel Macron, who is eager to push his vision for an overhaul of EU institutions amid opposition from other EU member states.
After the scandal resulting in the resignation of Dutch foreign minister who lied about meeting Putin, Dutch PM successfully comes out of no-confidence vote
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.
After creating a stir during her election campaign with a pledge to try to get EU leaders to terminate Turkey's membership bid, German Chancellor Merkel backed down and proposed decreasing or redirecting EU funding linked to membership talks.
Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the EU executive, says the first stage of talks on the rights of expatriates, the UK border with EU member Ireland and the financial settlement when Britain leaves have not gone far enough.
Relations between Turkey and the Netherlands soured after the Dutch — eyeing their own election — refused to let Turkish ministers hold a rally. Dutch Turks tell TRT World they feel as if they're stuck in a family quarrel.
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