Danish queen writes that residency doesn't make a person Danish

Living in Denmark is not enough to make a person Danish, writes Danish Queen Margrethe II in her new book, a statement raising eyebrows because of a stronger tone on migration than many had come...

Man remanded in custody over series of Danish bomb threats

A Danish court on Tuesday ordered a man to be held in custody on suspicion of issuing several bomb threats that led to the temporary evacuation of two Danish airports and two shopping centres,...

Suspect arrested in connection with series of Danish bomb threats

Police arrested one suspect in connection with bomb threats made earlier Monday which led to the temporary evacuation of two Danish airports and two shopping centres.

Bomb threats disrupt Danish airports, shopping centres, hospitals

Two Danish airports and two shopping centres were temporarily evacuated Monday after bomb threats that were also sent by email to hospitals and universities.

Danish shipping and oil conglomerate Moller-Maersk to reorganize

Danish shipping and energy giant AP Moller-Maersk announced Thursday that it plans to split its business into two separate companies, amid falling oil prices and freight rates. 

Danish tax authority pays source for names mentioned in Panama Papers

Denmark will pay an anonymous source for information about hundreds of Danish nationals mentioned in a data leak from a Panama-based law firm linked to tax-dodging schemes, the Danish minister of...

Suspect in Copenhagen arrested after shooting police in drug district

A man suspected of shooting two police officers and a civilian in the Danish capital Copenhagen sympathized with radical Islamist groups but that was not a motive in the crime, police said...

Copenhagen police hunt suspect who shot two officers and a civilian in Christiania

Two police officers were shot and one civilian injured during a police operation in the Christiania district of Copenhagen on Wednesday night.

Danish police seeking suspects after two nights of car arsons

Danish police were searching for suspects Monday after two nights of cars being set ablaze in Copenhagen, mirroring a similar case in nearby southern Sweden.

No repeat of Danish naturalization test for those who failed

A required test to become a citizen in Denmark, which more than two-thirds of participants failed in June, won't be repeated despite critique that it was too difficult, Danish newspaper Politiken...

380 flights cancelled as Swedish SAS pilots strike

Scandinavian airline SAS said 380 flights would be canceled this weekend as a result of a strike by Swedish pilots over wage increases, the company said Saturday.

WHO sees "low to moderate" risk of Zika spread in Europe this summer

There is a low to moderate risk that the Zika virus will spread in Europe during late spring and summer, the World Health Organization said Wednesday in a new assessment.

Danish Home Guard to assist police in conducting border checks

Denmark's justice minister said Tuesday that 125 members of the country's Home Guard will be deployed to conduct spot checks at some of the country's 15 border crossings to Germany.

Danish parliament creates prize to honour Copenhagen shooting victims

The Danish parliament Thursday announced it has created an honorary award in memory of two men killed by a gunman in Copenhagen a year ago.

Four charged with terrorism for aiding Copenhagen gunman

Four men have been charged with terrorism for aiding a gunman who carried out deadly attacks in Copenhagen a year ago, Danish prosecutors and the justice minister said Wednesday.