Denmark plans to invest 40
billion kroner ($5.5 billion) in its navy over the next 20 years and upgrade
its fleet to meet new security needs following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Europe's blistering summer may not be over yet, but 2022 is already breaking records, with nearly 660,000 hectares ravaged since January, according to the EU's satellite monitoring service.
The issue of pollution with chemicals known as PFAS has returned to the fore in Denmark after an expert said they did not agree with parts of government advice. What should people living across the country know about the problem?
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