As more people embrace a xenophobic and anti-immigrant worldview, it is fueling hostility and violence toward those deemed “outsiders” — whether because of their religion, skin color or national origin.
The Dolphin Swim Club is the realization of a more than two-decade journey by artist Marijke Sjollema, who had her first chance encounter with a dolphin in 1993 while snorkeling off the coast of Mexico.
The impacts of Harvey are raising questions about what cities can do to prepare for flooding events. Dale Morris, who directs the Dutch government's water management efforts in the US, offers some advice.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with reporters about the differences in airport security. The BBC's Geraldine Coughlin talks about the Netherlands; the BBC's Jyotsna Singh speaks from New Delhi, and The World's Matthew Bell joins us from Jerusalem.
All of the Netherlands, it seems, is in mourning. Although its citizens are known for being well informed about global events, Dutch journalist Margo Smit says many residents of Holland will now be following events in Ukraine much more closely.
When it comes to preparing for sea-level rise in coastal cities, the Dutch have a big head start on the rest of the world. And their best array of tools may be on display in and around the port city of Rotterdam.
The anti-Islam party leader, who campaigned on the slogan "Make the Netherlands Great Again," was convicted of violating Dutch law by inciting discrimination for saying his country would be safer with fewer Moroccans.