Posted on 26. Apr, 2017 in: News

European investment in Russian pipeline creates problems for Denmark

The Russian Nord Stream 2 pipeline project, that will transport natural gas from Russia to Germany through Danish territorial waters south of Bornholm, moved a step closer yesterday after the company behind the project, the…

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Posted on 26. Apr, 2017 in: News

Vestas eyes top spot in India

Vestas, the world’s biggest supplier of onshore wind turbines is determined to become the market leader in India. Clive Turton, head of the company’s Asia division, told industry website Recharge the Danish wind…

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Posted on 26. Apr, 2017 in: News

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Foreign Minister tours IBM HQ / Maersk cuts 139 jobs / 4,200 homeowners facing eviction Foreign Miniser Anders Samuelsen visited IBM’s global Watson Internet of Things (IoT) headquarters in Munich, Tuesday, for an…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

Hacking affair: Cyber-attacks every day

The alleged Russian hacking of military computers is just part of a daily cyber-attack on companies and public institutions in this country. According to the Global Defense Outlook published by consultancy company Deloitte last…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

Russia denies hacking allegations

Russia has rejected Defence Ministry allegations that government-sponsored hackers have gained access to the e-mails of top-level Danish defence employees. After details of the hacking were laid out in a  new Defence Intelligence…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

DPP leader tells Løkke to keep out of French election campaign

Danish People’s Party (DPP) leader has accused Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen of ‘unnecessary involvement’ in France’s election campaign. The PM was one of a number of Danish politicians who publicly praised 39-year-old…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

Left-wing leaders discuss joint strategy

The five leaders of the left-wing opposition parties will meet today to discuss a joint strategy aimed at toppling the Liberal-led minority government. According to the Red/Greens’ Pernille Skipper there’s a need to…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

Tax department takes a multi-billion bath

The Danish Tax Department (Skat) and local authorities could be forced to write off DKK80bn ($11.6bn) owed in back taxes, parking fines, speeding tickets, and TV licence fees. Based on a new government-commissioned…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

Ethnic division at high schools, colleges

Education chiefs have sounded the alarm about ‘ghetto’ high schools and colleges where the high percentage of minority students is scaring off ‘ethnic’ Danes. The principal of Hvidovre High School, Kirsten Jensen, where…

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Posted on 25. Apr, 2017 in: News

Danish troops in Estonia warned of ‘temptations’

200 Danish troops who’ll be stationed in Estonia later this year as part of a NATO defence force have been warned to be aware of potential  ‘honey traps’. A new report by Defence…

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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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