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11 May, 2016
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Historic night ends in tears for Denmark

Denmark looked to be skating towards a solid victory against Switzerland last night at the IIHF World Championships in ice hockey… read more

76-year-old Danish teacher stabbed to death in Massachusetts

A 76-year-old Danish female teacher at Quincy College in Plymouth, Massachusetts was last week stabbed to death. Police arrived at… read more

EU Parliament to DF: Expenses are

Morten Messerschmidt, an MEP for Dansk Folkeparti, has been asked by the EU Parliament to pay back a large sum… read more

HIV – an epidemic in Denmark no longer

The Danish approach to eliminating HIV is paying dividends. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), a disease with an… read more

Copenhagen Post launches new free app

In a bid to better provide its customers and clients with up-to-date news and information in Denmark, the Copenhagen Post… read more


Every country has had an annus horribilis. Denmark's was 1864 ...

Over a century and a half ago, Denmark fought a battle for the southern part of Jutland – and lost. DR… read more


We ate brunch like Berliners in spirit

Von Fressen Vesterbrogade 124, Cph V; open daily from 11:00 (brunch served until 14:00), weekends from 10:00 (15:00); brunch 125kr;… read more

Vino at the Chateau: Presenting the undisputed duke of Burgundy

The French region of Burgundy is a formidable presence in the world of wine – and one of its most… read more

Ballet review: Don Quixote, a southern romance at the Gamle Scene

This year might mark the 400th anniversary of Cervantes’ death – he actually died on the same date as Shakespeare, but… read more

Inside This Month: Blindsided by a fear of paedos and the dark Danish humour

I should have been suspicious. My 11-year-old daughter was instigating a conversation. The last time that happened, she took me… read more