Iraqi man suggests God deserved the 'honour' for the terror attack which kill 12 people
Lisbeth Zornig Andersen, Denmark’s former children’s ombudsman, was unaware she broke the law
WeFood sells products between 30-50 per cent cheaper than they would normally cost
Policy does not only apply to refugee children, but also to pupils who grew up in Denmark
The attacker, a 25-year-old man, died in hospital two days after the assault
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The victim was found with her insulin pump disconnected behind bushes at a community hall
A Danish expert on Islam says the result is 'worrying'
Around 69 per cent of Danish people now endorse the country’s membership of the union
'It is at a minimum inhumane and degrading to expect asylum seekers and refugees to let go of their treasured belongings irrespective of value,' United Nations agency says
Parties across Europe 'have watched what Ukip have achieved in terms of hijacking the mainstream agenda in the UK and are very keen to take that forward in their own countries'
Workers in Germany went on strike the least often
In 2015 a Danish campiagn titled 'Do it for mom' urged people to have children in order to please their parents
Royals make rare intervention in ‘appanage’ debate, saying only the direct heir to the throne will receive taxpayers’ money when he comes of age
'Simple mathematics dictate that there needs to be some sort of limit. Otherwise within a few generations there will be several hundred princes and princesses who need an annual salary,' says a ruling party spokesman