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Dolberg scores 2, Denmark beats Wales 4-0 at Euro 2020
Denmark was the first team to advance to the quarterfinals at Euro 2020 by beating Wales 4-0.
The Danish immigration decisions tearing Syrian refugee families apart
The Alata family was torn apart once when their father was killed in Syria. Now they are being put to the test once more as half of the family's refugee status in Denmark is being revoked. Where can they go from here?
'Almost harder than war': Denmark refugee on being sent home to Syria
Ahmad Zanon on the mental strain of being a refugee in Denmark at the moment.
Danish designer criticised for Christian Eriksen Facebook post
Mai Manniche linked Eriksen's cardiac arrest with his COVID-19 vaccine and has been condemned online.
Why is Denmark under fire over new law to send asylum seekers abroad?
Denmark approved amendments to the legislation on Thursday - so will changes take effect straight away? What has been the response?
How do Syrians in Denmark feel about claim it's safe to go home?
What do Syrian refugees in Denmark think about the nation's deportation furore? Meet Rahima, a 20-year-old refugee from Aleppo.
Arrests across Europe as people flout or protest COVID-19 restrictions
Police in Paris, France, have arrested nine people and issued more than 150 fines since the beginning of the weekend to people who clandestinely met in restaurants and bars.
Queen Margrethe of Denmark vaccinated against coronavirus
The Danish court announced the monarch had received the first injection of the Pfizer/BioTech coronavirus vaccine.
Denmark to dig up millions of culled mink over pollution fears
Over 15.4 million minks have been slaughtered so far over fears of a coronavirus mutation, of which 4 million mink were buried in large ditches. They are now at risk of being a biohazard and will be dug up, the government said.
Former minister 'misled' Danish parliament over 'illegal' asylum order
Former immigration minister Inger Støjberg has defended her actions as an attempt to rescue child brides from forced marriages with older husbands.
Denmark's dilemma as North Sea oil tests its green credentials
Denmark leads the way in Europe when it comes to climate-friendly policies. But lucrative North Sea oil is testing its green credentials.
'He's very patient': Denmark PM postpones her wedding for a third time
"I have to do my job and protect Denmark's interest," Mette Frederiksen wrote on Facebook, praising her "amazing man" for being patient.
Denmark marks 100 years since the vote to reunify the country
The region of Schleswig voted 100 years ago on whether to remain with Germany or join Denmark, which ultimately led to a split.
Outrage after Chinese stars replaced with illustration of coronavirus
A Chinese flag with an illustration of the deadly coronavirus instead of stars has caused controversy.
UK and Denmark reached clean energy milestones in 2019
The share of fossil fuels in the UK's energy mix dropped from 75% in 1990 to 43% in 2019.
Copenhagen green city goals
Copenhagen is known for its bikes and green outlook - but what are the latest ways the Nordic nation is trying to lead the way on cutting back on carbon? Greg Lory went to find out.
Watch: Girls and boys march in step as oldest youth guard turns 175
In 1844 a band of boys were engaged by Tivoli amusement park founder Georg Carstensen as his guard of honour. Now there are 94 youth guards aged 8-16, including 20 girls.
Denmark considers tightening border security with Sweden
Two Swedes were charged with a bomb-attack aimed at a tax agency last Tuesday.
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Red to green and fresh faces to burst the Brussels Bubble
This week the left-wing had a good week as the Social Democats swept the polls in Denmark, new MEPs continue to arrive in Brussels, we me a doctor who treated migrants arriving in Lampedusa and we also look ahead to next week.
Positive energy: Danish island leads renewable revolution
In this episode of Insiders, Euronews' Hans von de Brelie travels to Denmark to find out about the efforts on the island of Samsø to slow down climate change.
Striding the global stage: How the EU is helping local heroes take on the world
The EU is keen to create the multinational business champions of the future, and is looking to help successful SMEs make the leap from local dominance to the international markets.
EU to open sanctions on Iran over Danish, French assassination plots
The EU is considering economic sanctions on Iranian nationals over alleged assassination plots in Denmark and France, according to two diplomats.
Animals, Abattoirs and Antibiotic resistance
Europeans do like their steak… but the most consumed meat in Europe is by far pork. Find out why the process behind your bacon is one of the driving forces behind a global health threat.
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Europe Weekly: Greece under pressure over refugees
In this edition of Europe Weekly: EU officials accuse Greece of failing to control their borders; Denmark passes a new law that allows valuables to
Saving Schengen: Denmark, Sweden and Germany in emergency border talks
Officials from Denmark, Sweden and Germany have been at emergency talks in Brussels – amid mounting concerns over new border controls. It comes after
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Europe on all fronts
Europe is still in the grip of migration crisis, NATO closed ranks behind Turkey over the downing of th Russian fighter jet, and Danes said NO to