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Lene Espersen in Shanghai

Human rights on the agenda Human rights were high on the agenda when Minister of Foreign Affairs Lene Espersen (C) met with her Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi in Shanghai, Sunday. Ms Espersen refused…

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Beer for kids

Shops sell alcohol to minors Many shops and supermarkets throughout the country continue to sell alcohol to minors, even though a new survey shows that Denmark holds the world record in youth drinking….

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Youth drinking a problem

Hippy generation leads to young drunks Nearly half of all parents of 15-year-old children in Copenhagen openly accept their offsprings’ fondness for drinking, even though it’s illegal for minors to buy alcohol and…

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Liberal dissent

Get your act together say leading Liberals The government’s nosedive in the polls and a series of high profile gaffes have created a backlash from leading grass-roots Liberals. Mayor of Herning Lars Krause,…

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PM’s principles

PM: ‘I’d rather lose the election than do the wrong thing’ After being given a unanimous show of support from the party faithful at the Liberals’ party conference in Odense over the weekend,…

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Danish guards in Nazi camps

Danes worked as  SS guards during WW2 A new book names 99 Danish nationals who worked as SS guards in Nazi concentration camps during WW2 and were involved in the ‘systematic extermination of…

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Shame led to suicides

Stock market crash led to suicides The shame of losing a fortune led to a number of tragic suicides amongst the prosperous inhabitants of the up-market ‘whisky belt’ north of Copenhagen. In a…

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Sniper held

  Malmø sniper remanded in custody The 38-year-old Swede arrested on suspicion of shooting immigrants in Malmø has been remanded in custody for a further 14 days. The unidentified man is suspected of…

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More woes for SAS

  EU slaps SAS with massive fine Struggling Scandinavian airline SAS has been hit with a €70 million fine for its part in a pan-European freight cartel. British Airways and Air France-KLM, will…

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Vestas’ global plan

Energy boss invites world leaders to a one on one Vestas CEO Ditlev Engel has invited the world’s most powerful heads of state to a private meeting. Mr Engel, currently in Seoul ahead…

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7:59 – All the Danish News That Fits

7:59 – Danish News Today, is the most reliable source of daily Danish news in English for diplomats, the ex-pat community, the business sector, or anyone in Denmark or abroad seeking an insight into what’s happening in Denmark right now.

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