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By Emma Davis, The Hechinger Report
In theory, the Social Democratic leader could have stayed in power as head of a minority government. But she said she would stick to campaign promises to try to form a broader coalition with parties on the center-right.
By Jan M. Olsen, Associated Press
Danes have voted in a parliamentary election Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen was forced to call amid the fallout from her government's contentious decision to cull millions of minks as a pandemic response measure.
In our news wrap Wednesday, the European Union says it will retaliate against attacks on its energy networks after explosions damaged two pipelines in the Baltic Sea, Palestinian authorities say Israeli forces killed four Palestinians and wounded more than 40…
The Nord Stream pipeline leaks pumping huge volumes of natural gas into the Baltic Sea could discharge the equivalent of one third of Denmark’s total annual greenhouse gas emissions, a Danish official warned Wednesday.
By Jan M. Olsen, Patrick Whittle, Associated Press
By Matthew Perrone, Associated Press
The FDA said it has completed a required inspection of the overseas plant where the shots are manufactured. The update comes amid soaring demand in New York City, California and other parts of the U.S.
In our news wrap Monday, Akron, Ohio, declared a state of emergency amid protests over the police killing of Jayland Walker, an unarmed Black man. Also, U.S. basketball star Brittney Griner appealed directly to President Biden for her release from…
By Jan M. Olsen, Karl Ritter, Associated Press
Police say a gunman who killed three people when he opened fire in a crowded shopping mall acted alone and apparently selected his victims at random. They all but ruled out that Sunday's attack was related to terrorism.
A 22-year-old Danish man was arrested after the shooting, Copenhagen police inspector Søren Thomassen told reporters, adding there was no indication that anyone else was involved, though police were still investigating.
By Associated Press
The royal household said in a brief statement Tuesday that Harald will take a break from his duties for a few days and that his son and heir Crown Prince Haakon would take them over for now.
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