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04 Mar, 2016
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Denmark considering sending troops to Syria

The prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, wants to send Danish troops to fight the jihadist organisation Islamic State in Syria.… read more

Tourist triggers false bomb alert at Danish Parliament

A German tourist on a guided tour of the Danish Parliament yesterday afternoon triggered a bomb alert that led to a massive police… read more

Foreign Ministry selecting areas for budget cuts

The Foreign Ministry has selected 25 areas within the development assistance framework that will be affected by the billion kroner… read more

Carpentry in Denmark and the rise of the hipster chippy

Artisan courses are becoming increasingly popular in Denmark. Over the past three years, the number of young people taking up carpentry… read more

More single parents in Denmark than ever before

More Danish parents than ever before live alone with their children, according to new figures from the national statistics keeper… read more


Deportation in Denmark: short on common sense, stripped of humanity

It’s not easy being an immigrant in Denmark, especially since the 9/11 terror attack in 2001 that saw right-wing Dansk… read more


Coming up soon: Comedy, cinema, coffee and cluedo

The Polish Embassy in co-operation with Dansk Industri is hosting ‘Go High Tech!’, a seminar where attendees can learn about… read more

This Week's TV: Popular everywhere except in Russia

Pick of the week: War and Peace Who would dare to condense Leo Tolstoy’s 1,000-page War and Peace into a six-hour… read more

Grab the operatic opportunity to see this first-class, fat fellow in the flesh

The Peter Langdal production of Giuseppe Verdi’s last opera ‘Falstaff’ is currently being shown at the Copenhagen Opera House. Falstaff is… read more

Film review of 'Anomalisa'

Ever since Spike Jonze directed Charlie Kaufman’s script for the revolutionary Being John Malkovich back in 1999, Kaufman’s name has… read more