Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

‘Jihad’ demands compensation for discrimination

Jihad Taha, a 20 year-old student, is suing the Free Press Society (Trykkefrihedsselskabet) because he was denied entry to a public debate last month because of his name. Taha confirmed yesterday that he…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

Anti-Islam editor on US tour

Lars Hedegaard, head of the Free Press Society, who narrowly escaped being murdered by an unknown assailant two months ago, is currently on a speaking tour of the USA. In an interview with…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

Denmark won’t get involved in corporate tax race says minister

Other countries’ moves to lower their corporate tax won’t encourage Denmark to follow suit, Finance Minister Bjarne Corydon said last night. Great Britain and Finland have announced a 20 per cent rate from…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

Denmark extends Mali Mission

Parliament has given the government the green light to extend Denmark’s materiel assistance to the French-led military operation in Mali. The Danish Hercules air carrier, despatched in January, will continue its operational duties…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

Danish Inter-City train ends up in Libya

State-run rail operator DSB claims to have no idea how one of its new fleet of IC4 trains has ended up just outside Tripoli in Libya. The whole IC4 project has been dogged…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

Danes cleared of Thai rape charge

It now appears unlikely that two Danish men accused of raping a Dutch girl in Chiang Mai, Thailand, will be charged. The two were arrested on February 25th but later released on bail…

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Posted on 22. Mar, 2013 in: News

Rwandan murderer fights extradition

The High Court will today rule as to whether a 50-year-old Rwandan man can be extradited to his native country where he’s accused of murdering hundreds of ethnic Tutsis during the 1994 genocide….

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Posted on 21. Mar, 2013 in: News

More SPP defections

Two more young, prominent Socialist People’s Party (SPP) politicians have walked out and joined the Social Democrats. MEP Emile Turunen and former MP, Nanna Westerby have followed former policy spokesman Jesper Petersen, leaving…

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Posted on 21. Mar, 2013 in: News

’Young Turks’ revenge’

The loss of three high-profile politicians is a major setback for the Socialist People’s Party (SPP), according to Berlingske analyst Thomas Larsen who said the party has lost a future generation of leadership…

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Posted on 21. Mar, 2013 in: News

Defections won’t alter our relationship says PM

The defection of three high-profile Socialist People’s Party politicians to the ruling Social Democrats will have no influence on the working relationship between the two coalition partners, Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt claimed yesterday….

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