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23 Sep, 2016
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News

Novo Nordisk to sell affordable insulin in developing nations

Insulin produced by the Danish biotech company Novo Nordisk will be a fraction of the price in developing nations compared… read more



New Danish right-wing party gathers enough support for ballot access

Denmark’s new right-wing party, Nye Borgerlige (New Bourgeois), has managed to gather enough support to get on the ballot and run for Parliament… read more

Erroneous facts, elusive rats and embellishing repats

What do the names Milena Penkowa, Michael Qureshi and Anna Castberg have in common? Answer: they all managed to pull… read more





Dangerous mosquito species found south of Copenhagen

Mosquito species Culex modestus, which is known for spreading the dangerous West Nile virus, has been found at four ponds in the… read more

Vikings took cats on their travels

The world’s largest genetic study on ancient cats has revealed that the Vikings brought the felines along on their travels.… read more





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Erroneous facts, elusive rats and embellishing repats

What do the names Milena Penkowa, Michael Qureshi and Anna Castberg have in common? Answer: they all managed to pull… read more



Events

Copenhagen Towers qualify for playoffs

The US football team Copenhagen Towers has qualified directly for the semi-finals of this season’s playoffs. The team, which is aiming for… read more

Immigrant art: your conscience is their canvas

Artival Sep 24-Oct 1; various venues & times; free adm; immigrant-art.com This new arts festival celebrates the diversity of immigrant… read more





What's on TV (23 Sep-13 Oct): Billion-dollar bravado

Billions SVT1, sep 26, 22:00 HBO series Billions pits a born-in-the-gutter, insider-dealing hedge fund king (Damian Lewis) against a silver-spoon-chomping,… read more

Coming up soon: Kenya, Zimbabwe and the Denmark of old

Zimbabwean storyteller Sista Zai and singer-songwriters Amai Kuda (Trinidadian) and Y Josephine (Venezuelan) will explore the theme of decolonisation through… read more