Climate and immigration are key concerns for voters, an expert told Euronews.
We've been out on Denmark's streets to see how people are planning to vote ahead of the country's June 5 poll.
Convicted of racism, accused of Nazi ties, known for burnings of the Quran... and about to become a Danish MP?
Danish politician Joachim B. Olsen is spreading his message by advertising his campaign on pornography website Pornhub.
The country will elect a new parliament next month.
The far-right Stram Kurs party is edging closer to its 20,000 voter declaration target in order to qualify for candidacy in Denmark's upcoming parliamentary elections.
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.
If you've ever wondered what European politicians really think about Brexit you should listen to Denmark's prime minister.
The new bill maintains that resident permits for refugees are temporary, which must be "withdrawn or exempted when possible..."
In a debate on Euronews' Raw Politics show, guests debated whether Denmark's new policy that sets to send foreign criminals to a deserted island was morally right or not.
Denmark is set to put deported criminals and convicted asylum seekers on a deserted island off its coast.
Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen said it was "totally unacceptable that Iran or any other foreign state plans assassinations on Danish soil."
In a new partnership between Google and the city of Copenhagen, the giant tech company started measuring pollution levels in the city to help find improvements to air quality levels.
A campaign calling for the circumcision of boys under 18 to be illegal, except for medical reasons, will be discussed in the Danish parliament.
"The whole problem of the situation was that instead of directing their action or process towards the institution, it was directed at me and directed to the place where I live with my family," said Lasse Olsen to Euronews.
Children living in areas of Denmark with large numbers of immigrants will be forced to attend school for 25 hours per week to learn about democracy, equality and major public holidays.
Danish Integration Minister Inger Støjberg has suggested that Danes inform the authorities if they suspect that their local pizzeria is employing an illegal…
A strict new taxi law is coming into force, requiring the likes of seat occupancy sensors and fare meters
Security forces should shoot at boats of migrants trying to reach Europe’s shores.
A far-right political party has emerged in Denmark after gaining the 20,000 signatures needed to stand in an election.
Declaring open season on tax evaders, one EU Commissioner is going up against the multinationals, but she has been accused of changing the rules of the game.
Denmark's selfie-loving first female prime minister moves on to pastures new
The government's plan has been likened to the confiscation of valuables from Jews during the Second World War
Despite Denmark watering down its new immigration law, passed in parliament on Tuesday, it has faced harsh criticism for it. But several lawyers and
How should refugees be treated? It’s a fundamental question that is threatening to tear apart the EU. Denmark thinks it has the answers: that it is
Refugees applying for asylum in Denmark may soon need to be well aware of the value of any assets they are carrying. Copenhagen’s parliament has