Seven people are killed and 17 injured at a Queen's Day parade in Apeldoorn, Netherlands.
The man who attacked the Netherlands' Royal Family on Queen's Day dies.
Three people on a rescue mission are killed when Storm Miguel, with max winds of 129 km-h (80 mph), overturned their National Society of Sea Rescue boat off the west coast of France in the Atlantic Ocean. The storm, unusual at the start of the summer tourist season, hit Spain, the Netherlands and southern England and Wales yesterday and is heading north toward England, Wales and Scotland.
Italian firm Fiat Chrysler proposes a merger with French carmaker Renault. The new company will be based in the Netherlands and will be listed on the Milan, Paris and New York stock exchanges.
Dutch Minister of Justice and Security Mark Harbers resigns amid a scandal over a government report which played down crimes committed by asylum seekers in the country, including rapes and murders, which were placed under a category called "other". The omission was first highlighted by Dutch newspaper "De Telegraaf".
Duncan Laurence, representing the Netherlands, wins the 2019 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Arcade". It is the country's first win since 1975.