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08 May, 2018
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Danes acquitted of human smuggling in Greece

A criminal court on the Greek island of Lesbos acquitted two Danish men accused of human smuggling yesterday. Salam Aldeen… read more

Danish cops kick off nationwide anti-speeding campaign

Speed demon drivers on Danish highways and byways are paying the price. Speed traps on over 200 stretches of road… read more

Chinese Chamber of Commerce to officially launch today

Britain has one, and so do the United States, India, France, Germany and even Lithuania. And now you can add… read more

Copenhagen city bikes hacked

Someone with what appeared to be solid knowledge of the inner workings of Copenhagen’s city bikes hacked the Bycyklen system… read more

Danish kindergarten class halts field trip after a wolf is spotted

About 20 children from Resen Friskole and Naturbørnehave in Struer had their field trip cut short last Wednesday when what… read more


Research: First Danish kings were pirates

Some of Denmark’s most important principles are founded on structures developed by pirates in the Middle Ages. A new research… read more


Coming Up Soon: Jolly hockey sticks, comedy nights and quiz nights

Copenhagen’s oldest field hockey club, KH hockey, is playing host to the biggest tournament in its 114-year history. Contested by… read more

May Events: Architecture, antiquities, ale

Copenhagen Architecture Festival May 3-16; various venues; The fifth edition of the festival will once again include a program of… read more

Spring Performance: May the stage never be empty!

The Exterminating Angel May 6; Operaen, Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; 150-925kr, Inspired by a 1962 Spanish surrealist film, this English-language opera… read more

May Art: Germany's best kept secret wasn't the V2

Gabriele Münter was a photographer before she started painting in 1900, and she also best known for her drawings, watercolours and… read more