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The world's oldest still-functioning tattoo parlour has been hit by new European Union rules, banning thousands of chemicals in colourful tattoo ink.
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'Booze, bullying and harassment': Danish girls' choir abuses slammed
The Danish Broadcasting Corporation apologised to those affected.
China condems Tibetan-flagged posters outside embassy in Denmark
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Violent criminals face bans from popular night-life areas in Denmark
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