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Denmark set to ban life-term prisoners from new romances
Prisoners will be able to maintain contact by letter or telephone with people who were close to them before their detention.
Faroese officials to 'look closely' at dolphin hunts after slaughter
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The slaughter of 1,428 white-sided dolphins that is part of a four-century-old traditional drive of sea mammals into shallow water where they are killed for their meat and blubber, has reignited a debate on the small Faroe Islands.
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Denmark is one of EU's first to lift all domestic COVID restrictions
Denmark wants foreigners to work to access welfare benefits
The Danish government is proposing that foreigners and people with immigrant backgrounds work 37 hours a week in exchange for welfare benefits.
‘Enormous’ treasure trove of sixth century gold found in Denmark
One of the biggest treasure troves ever found in Denmark has been discovered in the southwest of the country.
Denmark celebrates the end of COVID-19 restrictions with flower festival at Tivoli park
Tivoli being the second oldest amusement park in the world was during covid a place to go outside. It is the first time in the 178 year old history of Tivoli, that Tivolis new CEO Susanne Mørch Koch, opens an official Garden & Flower Festival
Rare impeachment trial in Denmark involving ex-immigration minister
Denmark's impeachment court is convening for the first time in 26 years.
Denmark's high vaccination rate sees COVID pass ended for restaurants
Denmark, population 5.8 million, has fully vaccinated more than 75% of people aged 12 and over.
Maersk sails ahead with €5.95 billion ‘carbon neutral’ ship order
Thousands march at Pride Parade in Copenhagen
Thousands of people march through the streets of Copenhagen in Denmark to celebrate and defend LGBTI+ equality around the world.
Copenhagen's Little Mermaid finds herself in the middle of a dispute
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‘Ugly food’: Why supermarkets should be taxed for food waste
Campaigner Matt Homewood explains how companies embed food waste into their profitable business models and why we need to hold them accountable.
Danish right-wing politician convicted of fraud over EU funds
Denmark unveils a new school without desks to encourage creativity
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Denmark first in EU to help its Afghan workers escape Taliban violence
Dane who drew controversial Muhammad caricature dies at 86
Political observers in the Nordic countries have described the cartoon incident as one of the most severe foreign policy crises for both Denmark and Norway in their recent histories.