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Coalition Tries To Keep Foreign Fighters Away From Syrian Gov't - Ex-scholar

Norway, Sweden and Denmark have already responded to US President Donald Trump's demand for Europe to take back their nationals who joined Daesh* terrorist group in Syria.
Related topics: Norway, Sweden, Donald Trump, Terrorism, Syria

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Prof Splits Returning Ex-militants Into 'daesh Followers And The Ideologues'

Norway, Sweden and Denmark have responded to US President Donald Trump's demand for Europe to take back their ISIS fighters. Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg said that dozens of adult Norwegian militants in Syria are free to return home and...
Related topics: Norway, Sweden, Donald Trump, Isis, Syria

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How An Antiquated Danish Law Keeps The Country Lagging Behind Coordinated Universal Time (utc)

In a ticking episode of Things You Might Not Know, host Tom Scott visits the island town of Gudhjem, Denmark to explain why the Nordic country continually lags by fractions of a second behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Scott spoke with...

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Trump's Call To Bring Eu Jihadists Home Sows Discord In Scandinavia

Denmark, Norway and Sweden have taken different approaches in dealing with jihadists; many insist that Daesh* is in its death throes, with the former "caliphate" reduced to a tiny pocket of resistance. While some see the jihadists as "some of the...
Related topics: Norway, Sweden

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Competitiveness: A Dangerous Obsession

THE HYPOTHESIS IS WRONG In June 1993, Jacques Delors made a special presentation to the leaders of the nations of the European Community, meeting in Copenhagen, on the growing problem of European unemployment. Economists who study the European...
Related topics: Copenhagen

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Thursday Assorted Links

1. Knowable Magazine. 2. Refugees in Denmark do much better in Copenhagen. 3. Carbon capture update (NYT, good piece). 4. Is Africa converting China? 5. “Royalties on 1983 Finance Classic ‘Trading Places’ Go Up for Bid.”  “If...
Related topics: Copenhagen, China

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Here Are The 5 Hottest Startups In Denmark

What more could you want from a country where fairy tales, Lego, and the idea of the chill ‘hygge’ vibe originate? Now Denmark is also one of the most exciting startup scenes in Europe and is home to more than 400 tech companies that do...
Related topics: Startup

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Denmark's Immigration-driven Population Growth 'not A Gift For Economy'

Despite an increase in people moving out of the country, Denmark has seen a net increase in population owing to immigration, a development experts are not too happy with, when other factors such as age demographics and the labour market are weighed...
Related topics: Immigration

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Copenhagen Mayor Awards Bds Activists For Their Courage

At a time when Boycotts, Divestments and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel are being punished by Israel-apologists, an award for the courage of these activists from the Copenhagen Municipality comes as a fresh wind. The award was presented to BDS...
Related topics: Copenhagen, Activism, Israel

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Mother In Denmark Sentenced To Prison For Draining Blood From Her Young Son For Years

A mother in Denmark was arrested for draining blood from son since he was 1 year old in order to make him appear ill. After being found guilty, she was sentenced to four years in prison.What's the story?An unnamed 36-year-old woman in western...

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Virgin Territory: Denmark Prepares Fake Hymen Ban

Denmark's proposed ban on hymen reconstruction surgery is aimed at targetting an "obsolete" and "extremely oppressive" view of women's sexuality. If passed, the bill will slap future offenders with fines starting from $1,500.

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Kremlin: Jehovah's Witness From Denmark Sentenced In Russia Knowingly Defied Law

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Danish citizen Dennis Christensen, sentenced in Russia for work in the interests of Jehovah’s Witnesses, which is banned in the country as an extremist organization, was aware of the ban, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has...
Related topics: Kremlin, Russia, Moscow

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Danish Gov't Muddled Waters Over Iraq Invasion To Fulfil Us Wishes - Report

Prior to Copenhagen's controversial decision to enter the Iraq War, important data was withheld from the Danish parliament, a comprehensive report, which took several years to compile, has found. Furthermore, information about Iraq's alleged WMDs,...
Related topics: Iraq, Copenhagen

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European Countries Call For Presidential Election In Venezuela

Britain, along with Spain, France and Sweden and Denmark on Monday recognized Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American country's interim president.  The European countries want Venezuela to hold a presidential election as...
Related topics: Venezuela, Spain, France, Sweden

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Moving To A Different City Or Country Can Be Lonely. Here Are Some Things That Helped Me Cope.

The decision to move from Copenhagen to London was an easy one. I was 26, recently unemployed, and single. So when I was offered a job in a cosmopolitan city with a population twice that of my home country, I said yes without much hesitation. I...
Related topics: Copenhagen, United Kingdom, London

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'under Pressure': Trump Twists Copenhagen's Arm To Up Defence Spending

Regardless of a substantial DKK 4.5 billion ($690 million) hike, Denmark's defence expenditure still falls short of the 2 percent target stipulated by NATO.
Related topics: Copenhagen, Nato

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Denmark Separates Itself From Germany With 70 Km Border Fence (photo, Video)

After months of debate and scepticism, a new fence in the middle of Europe has started to become reality. The fence largely follows the Danish-German border and is slated for completion in record time.
Related topics: Germany, World Photos, World Videos, Debate

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Airbnb Acquires Denmark’s Gaest To Expand In Bookings For Meetings And Offsites

Airbnb, now valued upwards of $30 billion and inching toward an IPO possibly as early as this year, has made an acquisition to continue to diversify its revenues beyond basic booking services for overnight accommodations in private homes. It has...
Related topics: Initial Public Offering

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Denmark's 'draconian' Law Fails To Confiscate Migrants' Jewels

For its "jewellery law" allowing police to confiscate valuables from incoming migrants, Denmark received a lot of flak and was even compared to Nazi Germany. However, having received tens of thousands of migrants in three years, Denmark hasn't...
Related topics: Police, Germany

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Eu Commission Earmarks Up To $243mln To Construct Baltic Gas Pipe – Operator

WARSAW (Sputnik) - The European Commission will allocate a subsidy of up to 215 million euros ($243 million) for the Baltic Pipe project, which envisages the construction of an offshore gas pipeline connecting transmission systems of Poland and...
Related topics: Poland, Warsaw

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