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Denmark's Queen Margrethe designs set for Cinderella

Denmark’s Queen Margrethe has taken on the role of a scenographer, designing the set for a new production of the classic fairytale Cinderella, at the Pantomime Theatre in…

Denmark’s Queen Margrethe has taken on the role of a scenographer, designing the set for a new production of the classic fairytale Cinderella, at the Pantomime Theatre in…

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Images released of Rodin sculpture thieves

Over one month since the theft of French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s “Man with the Broken Nose” from a museum in Copenhagen, police have released

Over one month since the theft of French sculptor Auguste Rodin’s “Man with the Broken Nose” from a museum in Copenhagen, police have released

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Denmark calls national elections for June 18th

Denmark’s prime minister has called national elections for 18 June. Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s centre-left Social Democrats are set to face stiff

Denmark’s prime minister has called national elections for 18 June. Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s centre-left Social Democrats are set to face stiff

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Copenhagen police on terror alert make one arrest

Police in Copenhagen have made one arrest after raiding an apartment building in the area where the suspected killer from last month’s terror attack

Police in Copenhagen have made one arrest after raiding an apartment building in the area where the suspected killer from last month’s terror attack

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Hundreds attend funeral of gunman behind Copenhagen terror attacks

Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of gunman Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, who shot dead two people and wounded five others, in terror

Hundreds of mourners have attended the funeral of gunman Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, who shot dead two people and wounded five others, in terror

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Danish authorities had been warned about radicalisation risk of Copenhagen gunman

A minute of silence was held in the Danish parliament on Tuesday for the two victims of shooting attacks in Copenhagen at the weekend. Denmark's domestic intelligence agency (PET) has admitted it wa

A minute of silence was held in the Danish parliament on Tuesday for the two victims of shooting attacks in Copenhagen at the weekend. Denmark's domestic intelligence agency (PET) has admitted it wa

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Police find no explosives in suspect package at Copenhagen cafe

Danish police say no explosives have been found in a suspect package left outside a Copenhagen cafe, the scene of a fatal shooting three days ago

Danish police say no explosives have been found in a suspect package left outside a Copenhagen cafe, the scene of a fatal shooting three days ago

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Denmark holds vigils to honour shooting victims

Candles have been lit across Denmark at evening vigils to honour the victims of two deadly shooting attacks in the capital at the weekend. A gunman

Candles have been lit across Denmark at evening vigils to honour the victims of two deadly shooting attacks in the capital at the weekend. A gunman

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Denmark 'devastated' after Copenhagen killings

Denmark is in shock following the deadly attacks that left two people dead and five wounded. Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt laid

Denmark is in shock following the deadly attacks that left two people dead and five wounded. Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt laid

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Police kill suspected gunman after deadly Copenhagen attacks

Police shot and killed a man in Copenhagen early on Sunday, believed to have been the gunman behind two deadly attacks that left the Danish capital

Police shot and killed a man in Copenhagen early on Sunday, believed to have been the gunman behind two deadly attacks that left the Danish capital

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Copenhagen: Man killed in police shoot-out after two deadly attacks

Police in Denmark have killed a man during an early morning shoot-out at a Copenhagen railway station. They believe he was one of possibly multiple

Police in Denmark have killed a man during an early morning shoot-out at a Copenhagen railway station. They believe he was one of possibly multiple

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First 'Grand Mosque' opens in Denmark

Thanks to some 20 million euros from Qatar, Denmark’s Muslims have their first ‘Grand Mosque’, complete with a minaret. Dubbed Scandinavia’s

Thanks to some 20 million euros from Qatar, Denmark’s Muslims have their first ‘Grand Mosque’, complete with a minaret. Dubbed Scandinavia’s

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Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst returns home in triumph

Austrian singer Conchita Wurst arrived with the Eurovision trophy at the airport in Vienna on Sunday May 11, 2014. The bearded drag queen made a

Austrian singer Conchita Wurst arrived with the Eurovision trophy at the airport in Vienna on Sunday May 11, 2014. The bearded drag queen made a

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Conchita's Eurovision triumph: "victory for tolerance"

Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst has described her win as “not just a victory for me, but for the people who believe in a future without

Eurovision winner Conchita Wurst has described her win as “not just a victory for me, but for the people who believe in a future without

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Pop, points and politics: who will take the Eurovision prize?

Eurovision supporters, gathered in the 2014 host city of Copenhagen, have been predicting how the countries will vote in Saturday evening’s grand

Eurovision supporters, gathered in the 2014 host city of Copenhagen, have been predicting how the countries will vote in Saturday evening’s grand

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Final rehearsals for Eurovision Song Contest

Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest final is promising the usual mix of glitz and kitsch, with some controversy thrown in too. Bearded drag queen

Saturday’s Eurovision Song Contest final is promising the usual mix of glitz and kitsch, with some controversy thrown in too. Bearded drag queen

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Russia and Ukraine both through to Eurovision final

Both Russia and Ukraine are set to take centre stage at the Eurovision song contest on Saturday after qualifying in Tuesday’s semi-final in

Both Russia and Ukraine are set to take centre stage at the Eurovision song contest on Saturday after qualifying in Tuesday’s semi-final in

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Nice nosebag Noma back as the world's best restaurant

London’s Guildhall glowed like a meticulously decorated dessert as the Restaurant Magazine announced its self-styled world’s 50 best

London’s Guildhall glowed like a meticulously decorated dessert as the Restaurant Magazine announced its self-styled world’s 50 best

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After Marius the giraffe, Copenhagen zoo slaughters four lions

The Copenhagen zoo made famous around the world after slaying and publicly dissecting a giraffe named Marius last February is set to trigger further

The Copenhagen zoo made famous around the world after slaying and publicly dissecting a giraffe named Marius last February is set to trigger further

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Pollock and Jorn in Revolutionary Roads

An exhibition comparing the works of two of the most famous expressionist artists of the 20th century is open now near Copenhagen. The

An exhibition comparing the works of two of the most famous expressionist artists of the 20th century is open now near Copenhagen. The

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Storm rips scaffolding from building in Denmark

A savage coastal storm powered by hurricane-force gusts slashed its way through Britain and western Europe on Monday, felling trees, flooding

A savage coastal storm powered by hurricane-force gusts slashed its way through Britain and western Europe on Monday, felling trees, flooding

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Man killed by tiger at Copenhagen Zoo

Keepers have discovered the body of a young man killed by tigers inside their enclosure at Copenhagen Zoo. The 21-year-old is said to be a foreign

Keepers have discovered the body of a young man killed by tigers inside their enclosure at Copenhagen Zoo. The 21-year-old is said to be a foreign

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Bright minds win big prizes at the Inventor Awards

The great and the good from the world of technological innovation board a boat in Copenhagen for the European Inventor Award, presented by the

The great and the good from the world of technological innovation board a boat in Copenhagen for the European Inventor Award, presented by the

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Powerful plates: the delicious rise of Nordic cuisine

Tracking down the world’s most wonderful food is not an easy task. Paris, Tokyo or New York? Obvious answers. But, for three years on the

Tracking down the world’s most wonderful food is not an easy task. Paris, Tokyo or New York? Obvious answers. But, for three years on the