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21 Jan, 2016
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Danish women taking their children along to join Islamic State

Since 2014, the number of women leaving Denmark to join Islamic State (IS) has been growing, according to the intelligence… read more

Immigrant group battles cops after smashing Odense cafe

Early yesterday evening, a group of people described by police and witnesses as having “a different ethnic background than Danish”… read more

Repayments demanded in Eurovision scandal

Business authority Erhvervsstyrelsen wants the former board members of Wonderful Copenhagen to pay 46 million kroner of the cost overruns… read more

Danish supermarket chain now stocking a school on its shelves

Dansk Supermarked – the chain that operates Netto, Bilka, Føtex and other supermarkets across the country – is getting set to… read more

Seven people accused of giving illegal aid to foreigners

Prosecutors from the South Zealand and Lolland-Falster Police have decided to bring charges against seven people for helping illegal foreign… read more


A loser at the Olympics, he struck gold in Jewish hearts forever

Not all heroes get the recognition they deserve during their lifetime. But the extraordinary efforts of a Danish couple, who… 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

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

Danes discover 9,000-year-old skeletons with a strange history

Danish archaeologists have unearthed a burial site in an ancient town in southern Jordan that suggests the dead were not… read more

Danish backers invest big in competitive gamers

The investment fund Sunstone Capital and the Danish entrepreneur Tommy Ahlers are investing millions of kroner in a team of… read more