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25 Sep, 2017
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Danish warship built by North Korean forced labour

Barely a week after the world condemned North Korea for its continuing nuclear testing attempts, a new DR documentary has… read more

Danish military convoy rocked by suicide blast in Afghanistan

A Danish military convoy was hit by a suicide bomb attack in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Sunday morning.… read more

Danes top European job happiness index

When it comes to being satisfied with their jobs, no-one in Europe ranks higher than the Danes. In fact, from… read more

History/Tech News in Brief: Danish queen not related to Gorm the Old

Danes are proud they have the oldest monarchy in the world, and many believe (even if they are a little… read more

Danish PM congratulates Chancellor Merkel on winning a fourth term

Danish PM Lars Løkke Rasmussen has congratulated his German counterpart Angela Merkel on winning a fourth term as chancellor. The… read more


Claus von Bülow’s reversal of fortune offers hope to sunken sub owner

An eccentric Danish inventor, the suspected murder of a young woman and a crime scene that fits a Sherlock Holmes… read more


Wish you were here? Roger Waters returning to Denmark

Hello? Is there anybody out there? Well, if you’re also a ‘lost soul swimming in a fish bowl’ and ‘running… read more

At Cinemas: Hailing the unsung members of Hollywood dynasties

It took me a while, but I have found an unlikely link between two of the films in this preview.… read more

Opera Review: Excellent execution of a poorly-aged story

The Danish Royal Theatre’s take on Giacomo Puccini’s ‘Madame Butterfly’ is an exceptional rendition of the classic opera, but does… read more

Opera review: Weaving together the classic and the contemporary as adroitly as Arachne

The Royal Danish Theatre has once again come up trumps with this modern twist on Giuseppe Verdi’s ‘Rigoletto’, which has been… read more