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Denmark’s Koran law hits global headlines – Sweden mulls imitation

Lena Hunter
December 8th, 2023


After the Danish Koran law was ratified yesterday, global news agencies AP, ATP and Reuters leapt on the story and propelled it into papers worldwide. Now, Sweden wants to copy the ban. Plus Denmark withdraws its EIB President candidacy, and DOT introduces DKK50 unlimited weekend public transport for the next three months.


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Yesterday, Folketinget passed a hotly-debated law banning the mistreatment of religious texts. Photo: Richard Mortel

After the Danish Koran law was ratified yesterday, global news agencies AP, ATP and Reuters leapt on the story and propelled it into papers worldwide. Now, Sweden wants to copy the ban. Plus Denmark withdraws its EIB President candidacy, and DOT introduces DKK50 unlimited weekend public transport for the next three months.

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