Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

Løkke promises Indonesia help with foreign fighters

On the final day of his official visit to Indonesia Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen promised to help the country rehabilitate ‘foreign fighters’ returning from the battlefield in Iraq and Syria. During his…

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Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

Denmark agrees energy, marine waste deals in Indonesia

The Danish Energy Agency signed an agreement with Indonesia’s state-owned utility company Perusahaan Listrik Negara, Wednesday, on the integration of renewables into Indonesia’s electrical grid as part of ongoing cooperation in the energy sector…

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Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

Arm found in Submarine Slayer investigation

Divers found an arm in the sea off the coast of Copenhagen, Wednesday, which police believe is linked to the ‘Submarine Slayer’ case. Lead investigator, Deputy Police Inspector Jens Møller Jensen, said the…

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Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

Drones help police nab drug buyers

Copenhagen Police have seized nearly 12 kilos of cannabis and 3,478 ‘joints’ over the past three days during a crackdown on both pushers and buyers in the ‘free state’ of Christiania. Deputy inspector…

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Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

Fraudster was granted multi-million debt relief

A Danish-Pakistani businessman had a debt of DKK 114.5m wiped out by the Commercial High Court at the same time he was under investigation for being part of a criminal ring that defrauded…

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Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

Business shorts

Novozymes tackles contaminated water online/ Vestas joins Australia-Indonesia power project Global biotechnology company Novozymes has set up an online network for individuals and companies to collaborate on solutions to major scientific problems.The company’s Hello Science…

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Posted on 30. Nov, 2017 in: News

New high-tech initiative could predict migrant flow

The government has ganted DKK 2.5 million to the Danish Refugee Council to develop a new innovative model, in collaboration with IBM, that will be able to track, and potentially also predict, refugee…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2017 in: News

DPP: Government to blame for budget delay

The government could seal a budget deal very quickly if it wasn’t trying to push through tax reform at the same time, Danish People’s Party leader Kristian Thulesen Dahl said yesterday. Finance Minister…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2017 in: News

PM determined to remain in hot seat until 2019

The government is determined to serve its full term in office. The current elective period runs to June 2019 and, if it’s up to Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen, there will be no…

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Posted on 29. Nov, 2017 in: News

UN urges government to re-think quota refugees ban

The government’s move to amend immigration legislation so Denmark can keep rejecting UN quota refugees has raised concerns at the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). Integration Minister Inger Støjberg warned earlier this…

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