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Denmark to enjoy ‘dancing sun’ over holiday weekend

Denmark to enjoy ‘dancing sun’ over holiday weekend

After a wet start, May’s remarkable summer-like weather will continue over the long weekend.

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Learn French in Switzerland: A fully immersive experience

Learn French in Switzerland: A fully immersive experience

Hiking in the Swiss Alps, visiting local chocolate factories, wine-tastings, jazz festivals and car shows are not part of your typical language course. Unless, that is, it’s an Alpadia language course.

 
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Denmark to pull special forces out of Iraq

Denmark to pull special forces out of Iraq

NATO-member Denmark said Thursday its special forces taking part in the US-led coalition against the Islamic State (Isis) group in Iraq would be withdrawn.

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The key to making the most of your assignment abroad

The key to making the most of your assignment abroad

Learn more about what employers can do to best support expat workers and their families.

 
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Surprising increase in Denmark unemployment in March

Surprising increase in Denmark unemployment in March

1,500 more people became jobless in March compared to February, new data from Statistics Denmark shows.

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Konavle Valley: A hidden gem on Croatia’s Adriatic coast

Konavle Valley: A hidden gem on Croatia’s Adriatic coast

On the southernmost tip of Croatia is a region of particular natural beauty known as ‘Konavle Valley’.

 
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27 degrees: Denmark’s 2018 spring continues to outshine 2017 summer

27 degrees: Denmark’s 2018 spring continues to outshine 2017 summer

Current good weather will continue into another week with an astonishing 27 degrees Celsius forecast on Monday.

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'No more than 1,000 new Danish citizenships annually': DF as law change talks begin

'No more than 1,000 new Danish citizenships annually': DF as law change talks begin

The anti-immigration Danish People’s Party (DF) has called for a limit to be placed on the amount of people awarded Danish citizenship, regardless of other requirements being met.

'King of Danish painting' Kirkeby dies aged 79

'King of Danish painting' Kirkeby dies aged 79

Danish painter Per Kirkeby, one of the most influential European artists of the post-war period, has died aged 79, according to his gallery.

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Head of Spain's far-left Podemos blasted over luxury home purchase

Head of Spain's far-left Podemos blasted over luxury home purchase

The head of Spain's far-left party Podemos has put his leadership to a grassroots vote following an outcry over his purchase of a luxury home.

 

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Denmark begins construction of 'wooden skyscraper'

Denmark begins construction of 'wooden skyscraper'

A 45-metre-high observation tower to be built in preserved forest Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, one hour south of Copenhagen, is expected to be completed by the autumn.

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Decriminalise cannabis: Danish politician

Decriminalise cannabis: Danish politician

Henrik Sass Larsen, a leading MP with the opposition Social Democrats, says Denmark should decriminalise cannabis.

Denmark could cut back on university programmes

Denmark could cut back on university programmes

A task group formed by Denmark's government says the number of university degree programmes must be reduced.

In pictures: Twelve stunning Scandinavian swimming pools

In pictures: Twelve stunning Scandinavian swimming pools

If you're going to own a swimming pool in a Nordic nation, you may as well do it with style. Houzz.se editor in chief Sara Norrman takes a look at some of Scandinavia’s most striking pools.

Archaeologists think they have found Copenhagen’s oldest church

Archaeologists think they have found Copenhagen’s oldest church

A new discovery has suggested Copenhagen was already a bustling city by medieval times, much earlier than previously thought.

Why a Danish 'bloodbath' is coming back to Stockholm, almost 500 years later

Why a Danish 'bloodbath' is coming back to Stockholm, almost 500 years later

"The bloodiest, most terrifying day in Stockholm's history" is being relived in a new play.

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to spread in Denmark

Sexually transmitted diseases continue to spread in Denmark

Increasing numbers of people in Denmark are catching sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as chlamydia, syphilis and gonorrhoea.

'Catastrophic': Denmark reacts to US break with Europe over Iran deal

'Catastrophic': Denmark reacts to US break with Europe over Iran deal

Leading politicians in Denmark were broadly critical of the announcement on Tuesday by President Donald Trump that the United States would violate the Iran nuclear deal.

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We visited five 'murder spots' in Malmö

We visited five 'murder spots' in Malmö

Don't worry, we're talking fiction. But the crime scenes from The Bridge are no less thrilling for that!

 
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