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After election, 4 Dutch parties to begin coalition talks
The conservative party of Prime Minister Mark Rutte and three other parties have agreed to begin talks about forming the next ruling coalition, but are warning that there are major differences to bridge before a deal can be struck
Wilders: Dutch coalition talks ignore his 1.3 million voters
Anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders says mainstream parties discussing the makeup of the next Dutch ruling coalition are shutting him out and sidelining 1.3 million people who voted for his party in last week's parliamentary elections
Match-making: Dutch coalition building process begins
An initial round of match-making talks to investigate possibilities for a new Dutch ruling coalition began Monday in parliament following last week's elections
AP Interview: Austrian minister says less is more for EU
Austria's foreign minister suggests that less is more when it comes to the European Union
After Dutch reject populism, will other Europeans follow?
Dutch voters showed Europe that populism isn't always inevitable. The disappointing showing by firebrand Geert Wilders in the Netherlands election has energized traditional parties across Europe from left and right. But it's unlikely to extinguish the anti-immigrant, anti-establishment sentiment
France's Macron backs European unity in Berlin, meets Merkel
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron is pledging strong commitment to European unity and said that France needs to restore its economic credibility as he presents his plans to German leaders
Did Erdogan, Trump hurt Geert Wilders' bid for Dutch power?
If Geert Wilders is looking for somebody to blame for his disappointing showing in Dutch elections, he could point to a couple of unlikely-sounding candidates: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and U.S. President Donald Trump
The Latest: French candidate Macron welcomes Dutch result
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has welcomed Prime Minister Mark Rutte's victory in the Dutch election, saying it shows that "you can defeat the extremes."
Centrist European leaders celebrate Dutch election result
Centrist European leaders are congratulating Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on an election victory seen as a repudiation of far-right populism in Europe
Global stocks push higher after Fed, Dutch election results
Global stocks pushed higher Thursday in the wake of relatively dovish comments from the U.S. Federal Reserve that accompanied another rate hike and amid relief over the Dutch election result