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Handshakes high on the agenda as Denmark’s immigration minister awards nine citizenships

Handshakes high on the agenda as Denmark’s immigration minister awards nine citizenships

Minister for Immigration and Integration Inger Støjberg awarded Danish citizenship to nine nationalised Danes on Thursday as a newly-introduced form of ceremony was held for the first time.

ESCP Europe’s hands-on business degree opens international doors

ESCP Europe’s hands-on business degree opens international doors

Business internships are more than just a practical way for business students to gain workplace skills and experience. They’re highly valued by future employers too, as recent graduates of prestigious business school ESCP Europe’s Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme are finding out.

 
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Denmark allows use of scooters and hoverboards in bicycle lanes

Denmark allows use of scooters and hoverboards in bicycle lanes

Electric-powered scooters and hoverboards can now be driven in Denmark’s cycle lanes, joining mopeds and bicycles as two-wheeled traffic.

Danish bill to tighten residency requirement for unemployment insurance passed by narrow majority

Danish bill to tighten residency requirement for unemployment insurance passed by narrow majority

A narrow parliamentary majority has passed a new law introducing strict residency requirements for access to Denmark’s unemployment benefits insurance system.

10 reasons you should visit Malta in 2019

10 reasons you should visit Malta in 2019

Whether you’re interested in history, sports, food, art, doing business or learning something new, the Maltese Islands should be your next port of call – and this is why.

 
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Two Danes climbed a pyramid. Why is Egypt mad?

Two Danes climbed a pyramid. Why is Egypt mad?

Last week, a sexually-charged video and photos emerged on social media of two Danes climbing the Great Pyramid at Giza. Egyptian journalist Farah Bahgat explains the reaction in Cairo.

Why 2019 is a great year to live abroad

Why 2019 is a great year to live abroad

Around 50 million people live outside their native countries, enticed by the many benefits of expatriation. Such an upheaval isn’t without its challenges but as we approach 2019, an expat survey* suggests there’s never been a better time to live abroad.

 
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Strong winds and frosty mornings this weekend in Denmark

Strong winds and frosty mornings this weekend in Denmark

Wearing an extra layer of clothes will probably be a wise precaution this weekend.

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Denmark still worst country in the Nordics for cancer

Denmark still worst country in the Nordics for cancer

Denmark has significantly trailed its neighbours for at least 20 years.

Regional data reflects economic upswing in Denmark: DI

Regional data reflects economic upswing in Denmark: DI

An economic upswing is benefitting all of Denmark, according to new data on the regional economic situation in the country.

Brits in EU demand to be spared from Brexit 'train crash' after May's deal rejected

Brits in EU demand to be spared from Brexit 'train crash' after May's deal rejected

Lawmakers in the UK parliament overwhelmingly rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal on Tuesday evening.

LISTEN: Is this the strangest song ever written about Copenhagen?

LISTEN: Is this the strangest song ever written about Copenhagen?

Denmark and its lovely capital city have inspired numerous songs over the years and now a new and rather strange one can be added to the list.

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Spanish rescuers drilling tunnel to search for toddler in well

Spanish rescuers drilling tunnel to search for toddler in well

Engineers began drilling a tunnel Saturday to find a two-year-old boy who fell into a well in southern Spain a week ago, joining hundreds of rescue workers already at the scene.

 

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