Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Denmark adopts climate law to cut emissions 70% by 2030
Denmark’s parliament adopted a new climate law, committing to reach 70 percent below its 1990 emissions in the next eleven years.
Danish envoy calls Iran, Denmark artists’ cooperation productive
Denmark’s Ambassador in Iran Danny Annan said that the cooperation between Iranian and Danish musicians yielded brilliant results.
Denmark, Iceland clash over priceless medieval manuscripts
They recount tales of Viking raids, Norse history, kings and gods: A priceless collection of medieval manuscripts, bequeathed by an Icelandic scholar to the University of Copenhagen in the 18th century that Iceland now wants back.
Denmark to set up temporary border control at border with Sweden next month
Denmark is to impose temporary border controls at the Swedish border next month, after Swedes were suspected of being behind a number of serious attacks this year in the Danish capital Copenhagen, the justice minister said on Thursday.
Breaking up harder in Denmark after divorce law changes
With one of the highest divorce rates in western Europe, Denmark would like breaking up to be a little harder to do — while making sure that when it does happen, the fallout is made less painful for everyone concerned.
Six dead in Danish train accident
Six people were killed Wednesday and an unspecified number were injured in a train accident on a bridge connecting two islands in Denmark, rail operator DSB said.
Google to invest data center, green energy in Denmark
Alphabet Inc.’s Google will invest 4.5 billion Danish crowns ($690 million) in building a new data center in Fredericia, Denmark, its Danish business said on Tuesday.
Tanzania loses Denmark aid over rights concerns after World Bank scraps loan
Tanzania’s second-biggest donor Denmark said it would withhold $10 million worth of aid money, citing concerns over human rights abuses and “unacceptable homophobic comments” made by a government official.
Two arrested in Denmark on suspicion of attempting to ship drones to Daesh
Danish police say two people have been detained in the capital, Copenhagen, on suspicion of purchasing drones bound for the Daesh terror group mainly active in the Middle East.
Iran summons envoys of Netherlands, Denmark, Britain over Ahvaz terrorist attack
Iran summoned the envoys of the Netherlands, Denmark and Britain on Saturday night over a terrorist attack on a military parade in which 25 people were killed, accusing them of harboring Iranian opposition groups in their countries, IRNA reported.
Denmark imposes first fine on woman for breaching veil ban
A woman in Denmark has become the first person to be fined since a controversial law banning face coverings came into force this week.
Ban on Muslim full-face veil takes effect in Denmark
A law that prohibits Muslim women from wearing full-face veil in public places has come into force in Denmark.
France plays out dreary scoreless draw with Denmark in Group C match
The France and Denmark men’s national football teams have played out an uninspiring goalless draw in their final 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup Group C match.
Tehran-Copenhagen trade rises
Trade between Tehran and Copenhagen rose to $398 million in 2017, said Iran's Ambassador to Denmark Morteza Moradian on Sunday.

Page Generated in 4/0851 sec