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15 Jan, 2016
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Two Danish aid workers charged with human trafficking in Greece

Two Danish aid workers from the non-profit organisation Team Humanity were on Wednesday arrested on human trafficking charges on the Greek… read more

Denmark gives 500 million kroner to 'China's World Bank'

Just a day before the official deadline, Denmark has given 500 million kroner to the newly-established Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank… read more

Nielsen overtakes Jensen as the most common Danish surname

Jensen is no longer the most common Danish surname, reports Berlingske. The all-time number one has been dethroned by the name ‘Nielsen’,… read more

Denmark scoops two Oscar nominations

Denmark has defied the odds today to receive two Oscar nominations. A nod for ‘The Look of Silence’ in the… read more

Memorial park for the Battle of Jutland to open in June

A memorial park commemorating the Battle of Jutland will open in Thyborøn on the west coast of Jutland on the occasion of the… read more


Scandinavian grudge match: a rivalry that has cooled but still continues

Ask any Dane what they think of Sweden and you’re likely to be met with a pause. Depending on who… read more


Let loose the dogs of sport!

Starting today, one of Denmark’s most popular sports will dominate the TV schedules over the second half of January. The… read more

Film review of "Youth"

The second English-language film from Italian director Paolo Sorrentino (The Great Beauty, This Must Be the Place) is set in… read more

At Cinemas: Daddy's home and you should stay there

Art. Life. These are turbulent times. To reflect that, Vin Diesel is starring as The Last Witch Hunter – the only… read more

This Week's TV: My oh my Mr Spy!

Pick of the week: London Spy SVT1, Sun 21:45 Neither Ben Whishaw (Q in James Bond) nor Edward Holcroft (Kingsman)… read more