The UN raised concern over the measure, which it said could force more refugees to risk their lives on smugglers' boats or leave them trapped in warzones
Denmark, Finland and Sweden top the list for the ‘cleanest’ countries – but none are corruption free
Human rights groups also objected to measures delaying family reunifications
Pete Silverton explores the place that inspired the single
Randers City Council want to ensure 'Danish food culture' is a central part of offerings at public institutions
A trade group said the language rules aimed to ensure that customers and staff could converse
Country wants half of its energy to come from renewable sources by 2020
(15) Tobias Lindholm, 115 mins. Starring: Pilou Asbæk, Tuva Novotny, Dar Salim, Søren Malling
The Oresund Bridge is used predominantly by commuters and the new rules are expected to add an extra half an hour to the 40-minute commute
While 39 per cent of Danes supported lowering tax for those with the lowest incomes
The island will run completely off green energy 20 years ahead of the rest of the country
Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen accused the media of painting 'an incorrect picture of Denmark'
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It comes amid a heightened state of alert across Europe following the Paris attacks
Tullow Oil proved a slick investment on a day of uninspired trading when stocks fell to a three-week low. Denmark’s Maersk Oil bought half of Africa Oil’s stakes in three Kenyan licences and another two Ethiopian licences, paying up to $845m (£559m) for the privilege despite slashing costs in keeping with the industry trend.
'Twenty-one packages containing suspected genital parts neatly labelled in plastic bags' where found at Peter Frederiksen's home