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Erdogan says referendum turnout among Turks abroad jumps

 Turks living overseas are turning out in greater numbers to vote in a referendum on changing the constitution to create an executive presidency, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday, a development that pollsters say could benefit him.

Syrian refugees settle in Egypt, give up on West

After fleeing to Egypt from the war devastating their country, more Syrians are abandoning migration to the West fearing racism and culture shock, and instead are settling in Cairo.

Philippine leader warns rebels ahead of new round of talks

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte threatened today to unleash new attack aircraft and the "full power of the state" against communist rebels if a new round of peace talks fails, and insisted they accept new conditions including a halt to extortion and to territorial claims.

Louis Van Gaal to help Netherlands find Danny Blind's replacement

Louis Van Gaal to help Netherlands find Danny Blind's replacement

The 65-year-old Van Gaal has previously said that he has now retired from coaching. He has had two spells as Netherlands coach, taking the team to third place at the 2014 World Cup.

World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Germany, England continue rampant march; Netherlands sack coach Danny Blind

World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Germany, England continue rampant march; Netherlands sack coach Danny Blind

Gareth Southgate`s side are now the last team in European qualifying yet to have conceded a goal.

Road to Russia 2018: Dutch suffer World Cup qualifying shock; Cristiano Ronaldo in 70-goal landmark

Road to Russia 2018: Dutch suffer World Cup qualifying shock; Cristiano Ronaldo in 70-goal landmark

Belgium needed a goal two minutes from time by Romelu Lukaku to salvage a 1-1 draw against nine-man Greece as they stayed two points clear in Group H, although Roberto Martinez`s team lost their 100 percent record in the process.

Have 5 kids not 3, Erdogan tells Turks in Europe

Have 5 kids not 3, Erdogan tells Turks in Europe

Germany and the Netherlands have blocked Turkish ministers from campaigning for a `yes` vote in next month`s referendum on expanding President Recep Tayyip​ Erdogan`s powers.

Turkey blocks some cooperation with NATO partners as EU row escalates

Turkey has blocked some military training and other work with NATO "partner countries" in an apparent escalation of a diplomatic dispute with EU states, officials and sources said on Wednesday.

Polls open in key Dutch polls with all eyes on far-right

Polls open in The Netherlands Wednesday in key elections overshadowed by a blazing diplomatic row with Turkey, with all eyes on the fate of far-right MP Geert Wilders.

Dutch vote in key elections as far-right slips

The Dutch general elections are being seen as a litmus test of the strength of far-right and populist parties ahead of other polls in Europe this year.

Erdogan's 'yes' vote for referendum is the 'best answer' to Turkey's enemies

Erdogan's 'yes' vote for referendum is the 'best answer' to Turkey's enemies

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday said a 'yes' vote in the referendum next month on expanding his powers was the "best answer to Turkey's enemies", in a spiralling spat with the Netherlands and the European Union.

EU court rejects case against Tamil Tigers 'terror' label

The European Union's top court has rejected an argument by people accused of collecting funds for Tamil Tiger rebels that activities by the group shouldn't be classified as "terrorist acts".

Turkey says EU exercising democracy selectively, wrong to stand by Netherlands

Turkey`s foreign ministry on Tuesday slammed the European Union for telling Ankara to refrain from excessive statements.

Germany, Netherlands revise travel advisories for Turkey

Germany, Netherlands revise travel advisories for Turkey

Germany and the Netherlands revised travel advice for Turkey.

Turkey promises harsh retaliation after Netherlands bars ministers

Turkey promises harsh retaliation after Netherlands bars ministers

President Tayyip Erdogan labeled the Netherlands a "Nazi remnant" after it became the latest European country worried about political tensions in Turkey.

Louis van Gaal quashes retirement rumours, to decide on football coaching after his sabbatical year

Louis van Gaal quashes retirement rumours, to decide on football coaching after his sabbatical year

Gaal, who lead Ajax Amsterdam to the Champions League title in 1995 and won league titles with Barcelona, AZ Alkmaar and Bayern Munich,

'Islamic State has 60-80 operatives in Europe'

Intelligence experts estimate that the Islamic State extremist group has between 60 and 80 operatives planted in Europe to carry out attacks, the Dutch counterterrorism coordinator has said.

Edward Snowden urges people to work together, not to fear Donald Trump

Edward Snowden urges people to work together, not to fear Donald Trump

"If we want to have a better world, we cannot hope for an Obama and we should not fear a Donald Trump. Rather we should build it ourselves," Snowden said late Thursday, addressing an audience in the Netherlands in a live video chat from Russia.

Netherlands, Belgium play out a 1-1 friendly stalemate ahead of World Cup qualifiers

Netherlands, Belgium play out a 1-1 friendly stalemate ahead of World Cup qualifiers

A penalty from Davy Klaassen gave the Dutch a 38th-minute lead from the penalty spot before Yannick Carrasco levelled eight minutes from the final whistle.

Seven Indian missions' websites ''hacked'', data dumped online: Report

Two hackers allegedly from the Netherlands claimed to have broken into seven  Indian High Commission websites , publishing online the login details, passwords and database containing names, passport numbers, email-IDs and phone numbers of people of Indian origin, media reported on Monday.