Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Accomplices in custody

Two men charged with acting as accomplices of the suspected Islamist terrorist who murdered two people in the shooting spree in Copenhagen at the weekend before being killed in a shootout with police,…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Killer had Islamic State ambitions

Omar El-Hussein, killed by the police in a shootout, Sunday, after allegedly killing two people in Copenhagen the previous day, had hopes of fighting for the Islamic State in Syria, according to Berlingske,…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Thorning: We were lucky

The security situation for Jews in Denmark dominated Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt’s press conference, Monday morning. In response to one foreign journalist who questioned why the Jewish Community had to wait for heightened…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Experts decry lack of protection for Jewish community

The Justice Ministry has summoned the Jewish Community to talks after two of the world’s leading terror experts criticised Denmark for failing to provide round the clock protection for Jewish institutions. Lorenzo Vidino…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

International coverage of Copenhagen attacks

The weekend’s terrorist attack on Copenhagen hit the front pages of newspapers throughout the world, Monday. The New York Times led with ‘Terror attacks by native son rock Denmark’, while Liberation in Paris…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Were attacks due to hostility towards immigrants?

Should the Copenhagen outrage be blamed on the greater hostility of public life in Denmark towards immigrants, and Muslims in particular? Andrew Brown, the British Guardian’s former editor of religious issues, and Scandinavian…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Mohammad cartoonist didn’t expect Muslim backlash

Swedish artist Lars Vilks, the target of Saturday’s assassination attempt at the Krudttønden café in Copenhagen, claims his cartoon of the prophet Mohammed as a dog was never intended to provoke Muslims. Its…

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Posted on 17. Feb, 2015 in: News

Centre-right government could face tax dispute

A centre-right coalition looks like being divided on income tax issues from day one if the opposition wins this year’s election. The Conservatives and Liberal Alliance are refusing to budge from their demand…

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Posted on 16. Feb, 2015 in: News

Terror in Copenhagen

Copenhagen police shot and killed a man early Sunday suspected of being behind two shootings, Saturday, which left one dead at a cafe and another at Copenhagen’s main synagogue. Update: The alleged assassin…

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Posted on 16. Feb, 2015 in: News

International coverage of terror weekend in Copenhagen:

Click to see video coverage of the weekend’s tragic events: An audio recording  obtained exclusively by the BBC captures the moment a gunman struck a free speech debate in the Danish capital, Copenhagen. Timeline…

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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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