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20 Jan, 2016
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Public transport affected by snowstorm

The trains and buses in and around Copenhagen have been impacted by the snowstorm that hit the nation over the… read more

Bomb scare near Denmark’s Foreign Ministry was a false alarm

Copenhagen Police cordoned off the area of Christianshavn around the Foreign Ministry on Sunday afternoon due to the discovery of… read more

Danish government backtracking on EU asylum-seeker pledge

Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen has announced that Denmark will no longer be accepting 1,000 asylum-seekers from other EU countries,… read more

Changes to Denmark’s car registration duty will benefit luxury buyers most

Thursday’s budget included a reduction to the registration duty on the sale of new cars from 180 percent to 150… read more

Denmark worst Nordic nation in terms of gender equality

When it comes to gender equality, Denmark struggles compared to its Nordic neighbours, according to the World Economic Forum. The… read more


Midnight in Paris: Fragile paths of solidarity and antagonism

  From November 30 to December 11, some 50,000 participants, including 25,000 official delegates from all over the world, will… read more


Confronting commercial surrogacy on the stage

As infertile couples in the Western world become increasingly desperate for biological children of their own, the commercialisation of surrogacy… read more

Also at cinemas | Slumber Games back with a vengeance

The final days of CPH:DOX were marred by the horrific events in Beirut and Paris, but nonetheless it was heartening… read more

Film review: `By the Sea´

Set in France during the mid-1970s, we join American holiday-makers Vanessa (Jolie-Pitt), a former dancer with her glory days behind… read more

This Week's TV: Beyond despair in the world's darkest war

PICK OF THE WEEK: A Syrian Love Story DR2, Tue 20:45 British film-maker Sean McAllister was imprisoned by Syria’s secret… read more