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Denmark donate Dkr10 million in typhoon aid to Philippines

Tuesday, 12 November 2013
Denmark is ready to send emergency aid to the Philippines following request from the UN.

Danish People Party is reacting angrily about new rules opening Denmark for Syrian refugees - fear a flood of Syrian refugees in the country

Thursday, 19 September 2013
Danish People's Party or Dansk Folkepart (DF)  is naturally not a very immigration- friendly party as revealed when they were in office a few years ago. Therefore when the Danish refugee board announced yesterday that they want to open Denmark for Syrian refugees, very man people expected the DF to react sometimes and they are really on it now.

Denmark relaxes rules for Syrian asylum seekers

Wednesday, 18 September 2013
The recent worsening of the conflict in Syria has meant that the Danish Refugee Board is to relax asylum rules for the Syrians. Therefore, Syrians who have been displaced or affected in a more serious ways as determined the Danish Refugee board could be granted asylum in Denmark

Denmark to call for Eastern European police officers to help stem the wave of burglaries in the country

Saturday, 14 September 2013
The coming of a wave of Eastern Europeans into Denmark has changed they way their open society use to be. There has been an explosion in cases of  burglary, car thefts, boat engine theft among others,  something that has baffled Danish police. The only clue they have is that Eastern Europeans are behind most of these crimes. This has made the Danish political forces to seek help from  Eastern European police.

SAS looking for impressive market show down after a Norwegian politician talk of sales prospects

Monday, 09 September 2013
Shares of ailing Scandinavian Airways System, SAS was rising like craze today Monday on the Stockholm Stock Exchange, just after it emerged that there is growing expectation of shift of power in Norway and which would likely lead the in-coming conservative government to privatise the company.

Denmark continues to be happiest place to live on the face of the earth.

Monday, 09 September 2013
It is like a dj vu, and it is here again - Denmark is the place in the world where it is easier to be happy. Thus to cut it short, Demnark is the happiest place in the world.

Maersk's 400 meter long mega ship crosses the Storebaeltsbroen  in a spectacular day's observation

Wednesday, 21 August 2013
On Tuesday afternoon, around 14.30 we watched Maersk's new mega ship, named after the late shipping magnate Mrsk Mc-Kinney Mller, passed under the Great Belt Bridge.

Chaos in Copenhagen after bomb alert which after called off as creative Sweden's project interpreted as a bomb device

Tuesday, 06 August 2013
An area around Kungensnytorg in central Copenhagen was cordoned earlier today after a suspected explosive device was found in a car in a parking garage. It turned out that the device was one created and being tested by a Swedish media official that had nothing to do with explosion.

Denmark starts breaking down Nazi concrete bunkers littering its West Coast

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
Denmark has had enough of the Nazi bunkers found on its coast and have now has started breaking down some 120 bunkers on its West Coast.

Record number of Danish student looking at offshore for job guarantee and good pay

Tuesday, 30 July 2013
A record number of Danish students have been admitted to study programs that can provide jobs in the offshore oil-drilling sector. The driver is the growing importance of the sector in providing better pay and job guarantee.

Danish Professor attests that Eastern Europeans create more prosperity for Denmark

Thursday, 25 July 2013
Since the EU borders were thrown opened to the Eastern Europeans  in 2004, the number of Eastern Europeans that have moved to the Danish labour market has exploded.

Danes have difficulty understanding their own language Danish

Wednesday, 24 July 2013
Gap between spoken and written Danish language has been revealed in a recent study, which shows how the Danish language is very hard. We Swedes have been known to say that Danish language is hard for us to learn but did not know that Danes themselves were struggling under their own linguistic weight.

The quest for cleaner energy means the giant wind turbine blades being transported via the Danish roads is one of the most treacherous to seek clean energy

Wednesday, 17 July 2013
As much as there is increased talks the effects of wind power, transporting the world's longest wind turbine blades across Funen and Jutland in Denmark has shown that there are more challenges to get the best out of wind.

Nudity and summer sunshine reigns in Denmark and test in the Roskilde festival show

Monday, 08 July 2013
People who love to see necked flesh of human beings playing necked likely had more than they bargain Saturday as young med and women decided to take part in a nude race.

Danish travellers abroad are complaining of being extorted by hospitals in foreign countries.

Monday, 08 July 2013
Danes travelling abroad as students or tourist are complaining that foreign medical establishments, doctors, and hospitals are extorting them and their insurers for money.The travel insurance company, Gouda had made this point after receiving exorbitant increase bills during the school summer holidays period.

Danish companies anxious of industrial espionage after revelations that the US spied and collated data.

Thursday, 04 July 2013
The revelations that the U.S. National Security Agency NSA surveillance systems are being used actively in Europe has intensified fears of industrial espionage could be rife among Danish companies. The fears is that the US might have been collecting industrial secrets from Danish companies.

Denmark getting more worried about persistently finding drugs bananas

Thursday, 20 June 2013
In three weeks, some 185 kilos of cocaine have been found among bananas on the way out to Coop stores in Denmark. This makes drugs found in bananas in Denmark a new questionable phenomenon. The police is now looking investigation this phenomenon.

Children of immigrants in Denmark participate less in politics than their parents

Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Descendants of non EU Immigrants, born and raised in Denmark, participate less in democracy than their parents, who immigrated to Denmark from non-Western countries.

Danish police driving licence database hacked by a top rated Swedish hacker

Thursday, 06 June 2013
Danish Police is complaining that its driving license database registry which also contain social security numbers was hacked in the summer of 2012, and there may have be changes made to its content.

Denmark getting ready to receive one months of rain in a few hours - More weather conundrum

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
The inhabitants of Jutland, Funen and West and South Zealand, Lolland and Falster can look forward to heavy rain towards midnight, while in North Jutland is at risk of heavy rain, new Danish met office weather forecast for the country reports.

Open letter to Danish Premier: Helle Thorning - Schmidt to grant Afghan interpreters asylum

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
The Danish Prime minister Halle Thorning is being urged to grant political asylum to some six Afghan interpreters who helped the Danish army in its mission in Afghanistan.

Denmark set sails to seek wealth in Mexico as in expands it emerging market campaign

Friday, 10 May 2013
Demark is setting sails across the pond to seek a share in the Mexican booming market. The Scandinavian country feels that there are opportunities to make some money with their leadership in energy, health, and food products.

Danes want to push Greenland to have more rights to its natural resources

Monday, 04 March 2013
The vast majority of Danes believe that Greenland should continue to have the right to the country's resources, a new opinion poll in Denmark show.

Danish police join Swedish police to do what Europe knows best - racial profiling

Thursday, 01 November 2012
Danish police have not joined the Swedish police, especially of  the Malmo region to call their own colleague with a different skin colour or racial background nagger - like connotation that in most cases will be seen as defamatory as commonly applied to the people of black origin.

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