Denmark seeks prosecution of ex-minister for leaking state secrets
16 May 2022 | 5:32 am
Danish media has suggested the charges are in connection to revelations of Denmark's cooperation with the NSA. The justice ministry has requested that lawmakers lift the ex-minister's immunity.
19 Dec 2020
A purple glow illuminates stacked boxes where lettuce, herbs and kale will soon be sprouting at one of Europe's biggest "vertical farms" just opened in a warehouse in Copenhagen's industrial zone. Fourteen layers of racks soar from floor to ceiling in this massive, 7,000-square-metre (75,350-square-foot) hangar used by Danish start-up Nordic Harvest.
14 Apr 2021
Zero asylum seekers — that is essentially the Danish government's ultimate goal. Now, it is ordering Syrian refugees to return to Damascus, which Copenhagen says is safe.
1 Jun 2021
Online study aids used by US soldiers stationed at nuclear bases around Europe have been found to contain sensitive details. An investigation by Bellingcat uncovered the leak.
4 Jun 2021
The new center would likely be built in an African country and may eventually lead to the bulk of the country's asylum applications being processed overseas.
14 Jun 2021
Denmark's head coach Kasper Hjulmand admits he regrets the decision to restart the country's opening Euro 2020 game against Finland on Saturday, saying, "we shouldn't have played," because the players didn't know "if they lost their best friend". The Danish team were given the option to continue the game or postpone it, after midfielder Christian Eriksen suddenly collapsed in the 43rd minute.
14 Jun 2021
During a special ceremony, dignitaries from Germany and Denmark said the countries' common border has withstood many historical tests.
18 Jun 2021
Belgian fans in Brussels celebrate and react after their 2-1 victory over Denmark in Copenhagen on Thursday.
22 Jun 2021
In the Copenhagen fan zone, Danish fans are ecstatic as their team make it through to the last 16 of Euro 2020 after a convincing 4-1 win over Russia.
2 Jul 2021
In Stevns, in the countryside south of Copenhagen, Jacob Shaw, a cellist and the head of a music school, comes to play to a herd of cattle. Unable to perform during the pandemic, he turned to this unusual audience. The experience was so enjoyable that he continued it even after the reopening of the theatres.
6 Jul 2021
England train one day before Euro 2020 semi-final v Denmark
9 Jul 2021
Towering at just over 21 meters high, the world's tallest sandcastle is unveiled in Denmark. The sandcastle is set to stick around until the first major frost later in the year.
8 Jul 2021
England will play Italy in the Euro 2021 final on Sunday after Gareth Southgate's team beat Denmark 2-1 in extra time. Harry Kane scored his fourth goal of the tournament to send the Three Lions to their first final since winning the World Cup in 1966. Get all the details and analysis with FRANCE 24's Simon Harding and James Vasina.
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The former US president allegedly tried to grab the steering wheel in a limo after being told he could not join his supporters. A secret service agent was forced to restrain him, according to the testimony.
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Hundreds of thousands of people have resigned their memberships in Germany's Protestant and Catholic churches. Fifteen years ago, 61% of Germans belonged to churches, a number that has now dropped below 50%.
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One common explanation as to why you don't see mouse meat on the menu has to do with who buys it. Pet food labels and ingredient lists are meant to be attractive to the consumer, which why you may see ingredients that cats wouldn't eat in the wild but sound tasty to us, such as kale and cranberries.
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The war in Ukraine has triggered a struggle for power and influence. Russia and China are challenging the existing world order. Western democracies are seeking to counter this and are looking for allies.
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He was a genius who left a lasting mark on France. As military architect to King Louis XIV, Vauban imagined a series of impregnable citadels to protect the country, from Besançon to the Ile de Ré. Each time, the architect reinvented himself to take into account the local geography and landscape. Today, many of these buildings remain key French landmarks. We take a closer look.