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The Turkish authorities have confirmed that the man charged with the attempted shooting of writer Lars Hedegaard has been released.
According to Danish daily, Jyllands Posten, the social group most likely to be on social welfare benefits are immigrants and their descendants.
Government to earmark billions to improve safety for residents in socially disadvantaged areas.
A pond in Greve Strand has become home to a potentially dangerous species of mosquito.
Fears over Ebola have led SAS, Denmark’s biggest airline, to set up a task force to intervene if a passenger shows symptoms of the deadly virus.
From 1 January 2012 to 1 September 2014, Denmark took in more Syrian refugees than 15 other EU countries combined.
Lars Hedegaard, who has been at the centre of so much recent drama, plans to stand as an independent in the next general election.
Danish fighter planes took to the air for the first time yesterday in the battle against Islamic State in northern Iraq.
New research from Rigshospitalet (Copenhagen University Hospital) shows that cases of HPV-triggered tonsil cancer in men have increased significantly.
Nearly one in three municipalities is set to cut personal and/or corporate taxes next year.
The Ministry of Health and Prevention has rejected Hvidovre Hospital’s proposal to fit dementia patients with GPS tracking devices.
Danish companies that have been hacked could be granted anonymity if they are legally compelled to report the attack, suggests ITB.
The National Party is a new Danish political party that wants to put a stop to intolerance, mistrust and fear in Danish society.
This week and next, Danish police are participating in a large-scale EU police action.
A new survey has revealed that next year, many local authorities will be spending less money on the elderly than this year.
Following the Dutch example, Danish police will now be able to introduce tighter controls at Danish border crossings.
New research has revealed that members of Frikorps Danmark were active participants in the extermination of Jews during the Second World War.
Actor Jess Ingerslev has died following a long illness. He was 67.
A new survey has revealed that half of the country’s dementia patients disappear at some point in time, in some cases with tragic consequences.
Brian Mikkelsen, Conservative spokesman on sport, thinks that harsher punishment and a more organised international forum may help fight match fixing.
The Turkish ambassador said he has no information as yet on the apparent release of the man suspected of attacking the writer, Lars Hedegaard.
The Danish Emergency Management Agency is sending isolation containers to Sierra Leone, which is among the West African countries worst hit by the Ebola virus.
When Danish soldiers are posted abroad on active service, they are often motivated by idealism. However, they frequently return disillusioned.
Many Danes’ dream of a big house has had an impact on house prices in Denmark over the last 22 years.
Two leading international Danish badminton players have been contacted by a Malaysian match fixer offering them large sums of money to fix their games.
It would appear that the Ebola epidemic in West Africa now also threatens much of the world’s chocolate production.
The man accused of attempting to shoot Islam-critical writer Lars Hedegaard has apparently been released from prison in Turkey.
Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s government must make yet another cabinet reshuffle as Minister for Justice, Karen Hækkerup says goodbye to politics.
The number of young people volunteering for national service has increased significantly, with fewer objectors.
Minister of Justice Karen Hækkerup is leaving her post to replace Søren Gade as CEO of the Danish Agriculture & Food Council.
Today will see the cabinet reshuffle necessitated by Karen Hækkerup’s exit from government.
The Danish People’s Party is proposing to send refugees who are granted asylum in Denmark to a developing country.
The government is preparing to relax the rules on compulsory adoption in order to protect the interests of the children concerned.
Monday 24 February this year was the start of a month of luxury for a then 19-year-old man.
Unless something is done to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Denmark will get almost four degrees hotter in the near future.
Assigning a dietician to elderly people upon their discharge from hospital halves the risk that they will be readmitted in the near future.
Danish women are heading to the Middle East to support Islamic State.
The Capital Region admits that serious human errors were made in the handling of a 112 emergency incident in which a 33-year-old homeless man died.
Minister of Justice Karen Hækkerup (SocDem) has announced a solution to the problems with the recently enacted rules on citizenship for young people.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (SocDem) has proposed that asylum seekers should not be eligible for family reunification in the first year.
Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (SocDem) gave notice of a referendum on the EU opt-outs in her opening speech to the Danish Parliament.
A homeless man died at Amagerbro Station in Copenhagen on Monday afternoon after it took 26 minutes for an ambulance to arrive at the scene.
Ten months after Storm Bodil ravaged much of the country, the Danish Storm Council estimates that one in ten compensation cases remains unsettled.
The one and a half million Danes of all ages who currently live alone are finding that single life can be expensive.
The Public Prosecutor for Serious Economic Crime has issued fines for over DKK 27 million to building cartels.
Pupils with special educational needs may turn out to be the losers in the new primary and lower secondary school reform.
The Organisation of General Practitioners in Denmark believes it could have serious consequences if elderly motorists are allowed to drive without the obligatory medical check-ups.
A new government bill proposes better help for drug addicts
Liberal leader Lars Løkke Rasmussen rejected the idea of forming a government with the DPP in 2011, but has now apparently changed his mind.
Increasing numbers of parents are taking their children out of the traditional Danish state schools.
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