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01 Feb, 2017
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Denmark’s most notorious snitch dead at 92

Grethe Bartram, who grassed up 53 Danish resistance fighters in Aarhus to the Nazis during World War II, has died… read more

Dual-citizen Danes not impacted by travel ban after all

No Danes with dual citizenships from one of the seven nations on the new and highly-contentious US travel ban list… read more

Eyes high in the sky: Danish plane spots cannabis smugglers in Med

A Danish Challenger aircraft on a monitoring mission in the Mediterranean on Sunday spotted a boat headed for Italy carrying… read more

Danish TV promo taking world by storm

A promotional ad put together by Danish broadcaster TV2 has been shared by millions around the world since the English… read more

Far fewer foreign nationals getting Danish citizenship

The number of foreign nationals who obtain Danish citizenship has markedly decreased since the turn of the millennium, according to figures… read more


Ole Worm: The man who studied Unicorns

The fantasy horror writer H.P. Lovecraft used him as the model for his creepy character Olaus Wormius, who translated the… read more


Panto-hater still an unconverted killjoy vs six-year-old's unbridled joy

If there are any benefits to watching pantomime in the UK, one would be seeing your favourite has-beens from 1990s… read more

At Cinemas: Come on Hollywood! Leave LA shivering in Moonlight’s shadow!

One sounds like something a stuttering crow’s nest man would say, and the other the last words of an American… read more

Early February Music: Before boybands came...

BOYTRONIC Feb 4, 20:00; Kulturhuset Islands Brygge; 175kr Nobody can dispute that German cult band Boytronic have a colourful history.… read more

Keeping art in the family

Nephews ongoing, end Feb 18, Wed-Fri 12:00-18:00, Sat 12:00-16:00; V1 Gallery, Flaesketorvet 69, Cph V; free adm; Following the… read more