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Trump Threatens To Cut School Funding If Not Open

President Trump threatened to cut off funding to schools if they do not open in the fall. Said Trump: “In Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and many other countries, SCHOOLS ARE OPEN WITH NO PROBLEMS. The Dems think it would be bad for them...
Related topics: Germany, Norway, Sweden

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Denmark: Leader Of Islamocritical Party Disbarred And Jailed For “racism”

Rasmus Paludan, the head of Denmark’s so-called “far-right” Stram Kurs party, “has been given a month in jail” for racism and defamation. His stunts have included publicly burning the Koran, sometimes wrapped in bacon,...

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'racist Fish': Famous Statue Of The Little Mermaid In Copenhagen Harbor Has Been Vandalized

The Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen's harbor has been vandalized with the phrase "racist fish" scrawled on its stone base, SkyNews reported. The five-and-a-half foot bronze statue, erected more than a century ago, is based on the character...
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A Majority Of People Polled Across Germany, France, Spain, Denmark, And Portugal Have Lost Trust In...

"Europeans' trust in Trump's America is gone," according to the poll. "Many of them have been appalled by the country's chaotic response to COVID-19."
Related topics: Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Polls

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Sweden, Denmark Step In With $1.3 Billion Package For Crisis-ridden Sas Airline To Spread Its Wings

According to the new plan, which is intended to save the ailing flag carrier, the Danish and Swedish state, its major shareholders, will increase their ownership to about 20 percent each; the move has been described as a “double-edged sword” by...
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Europe No Longer Trusts The United States

The Guardian: “More than 60% of respondents in Germany, France, Spain, Denmark and Portugal said they had lost trust in the United States as a global leader.”
Related topics: Germany, France, Spain, Portugal

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Schmeichel Saves Leicester With Penalty Stop In Brighton Draw

Leicester (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Kasper Schmeichel was Leicester’s hero on Tuesday after the Denmark goalkeeper saved Neal Maupay’s penalty in his side’s goalless draw with Brighton. Schmeichel came to Leicester’s...
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Disney+ Will Launch In Eight More European Countries On September 15th

If you’re in a European country that’s not yet received Disney+, there may be light at the end of the tunnel for you. Today, the company has announced it’ll roll out to eight more European countries on September 15th — Portugal, Norway,...
Related topics: Disney, Portugal, Norway

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3 Best Country Etfs Of 1h That Survived The Pandemic

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John Kerry Warns Of Revolution If Trump Re-elected

Former Obama Secretary of State John Kerry warned of revolution if President Trump is reelected and voters believe the election was not fair. Kerry made the remarks Friday morning in a virtual Copenhagen Democracy Summit appearance with former NATO...
Related topics: John Kerry, Barack Obama, Copenhagen, Nato

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One Meter Or Two? The Science Behind Social Distancing

What constitutes a safe distance when it comes to the spread of COVID-19? The answer depends on where you live. China, Denmark and France recommend social distancing of one meter; Australia, Germany and Italy recommend 1.5 meters, and the US...
Related topics: China, France, Australia, Germany, Italy

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Danes Fish Out 181 Bicycles, 140 E-scooters, And A Dildo From City Harbor

People chucking e-scooters in rivers and harbors is nothing new, but Copenhagen seems to be the latest victim of this trend. The mayor of the city is now asking e-scooter companies to take responsibility after more than 100 of them were found...
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Much Of Europe Is Reopening, But None Of Sweden's Neighbors Have Relaxed Their Borders With It...

Finland, Norway and Denmark are beginning to reopen borders, but not with neighboring Sweden due to its high coronavirus case rate.
Related topics: Sweden, Finland, Norway

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Danish Ruling Party Urges Blm Protesters To Take Covid-19 Tests After Potential Superspreader Event

About 15,000 protesters took part in recent anti-racism demonstrations held in Denmark's capital Copenhagen following the death of African American George Floyd in police custody, despite a ban on public gatherings of over 50 individuals.
Related topics: Protests, Copenhagen, African-American, Police

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Denmark: Muslim Migrant Attacks Islam Critic With Knife

“I asked the man if he wanted dialogue. Then he replied, ‘Shut up.’” Sounds like the Left today. “Denmark: Police shoot Middle Eastern man who tried to kill Islam-critical politician,” by Arthur Lyons, Voice of Europe, June...
Related topics: Religion, Police

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How The Nazis Used Paratroopers To Invade Denmark And Norway

Warfare History Network History, Europe Lessons were learned that are still used by militaries around the world today. Key point: The Nazis used paratroopers to great result. However, they also soon encountered fierce resistance. The Polish...
Related topics: Norway

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Denmark And Norway Exclude Sweden From Travel Deal

The idea of travel bubbles, or travel corridors, is gaining traction with governments around the world as a way to restart international travel while limiting the risk of spreading the virus.
Related topics: Norway, Sweden

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Thunberg Scolds Danes For Dumping Wastewater Into Strait

Swedish teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has lashed out at the Danish capital because Copenhagen has for the last six years pumped large amounts of wastewater into the strait separating Sweden and Denmark
Related topics: Activism, Copenhagen, Sweden

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Leipzig’s Poulsen Out For ‘foreseeable Future’

Berlin (AFP) – RB Leipzig forward Yussuf Poulsen could be out for the rest of the season after the Bundesliga club said on Tuesday he had damaged ligaments in his right ankle. Leipzig said an MRI scan on Monday showed the Denmark international...
Related topics: Germany, Berlin

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Boris Johnson Wants To Reopen Britain’s Schools In A Week. Parents, Teachers And Local Officials...

Johnson’s government is looking to Germany, Denmark and New Zealand. But Britain has been hit much harder by the coronavirus.
Related topics: Germany, New Zealand

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