Denmark's Prince Joachim to recover fully from brain clot: palace
Denmark's Prince Joachim, youngest son of Queen Margrethe II, is expected to recover fully from a brain clot, following surgery last week, the palace said on Tuesday.
Denmark Launches Drive-in Concerts During Coronavirus Pandemic
As many businesses and activities shut down across the world in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus, Denmark has found a way to introduce live concerts without breaking the social distance regulations. In the city of Aarhus, Denmark, hundreds of people attended a sold-out live concert with performance from Danish singer-songwriter Mads Langer.…
Denmark further eases coronavirus restrictions
Denmark will begin to open up more businesses next week as it further eases virus restrictions, officials announced on Friday.
COVID-19 and challenges of economic development
The rampaging Coronavirus otherwise called COVID-19 crept into the consciousness of the world without much fanfare. The initial response was lackadaisical as the world
Denmark-based Uzochukwu yearns for national duty in Super Eagles
Denmark based Nigerian football Star, Henry Uzochukwu says he is available for national duty if called up for senior national football teams.
Trump slams Danish PM's 'nasty' rejection of Greenland deal
Donald Trump snapped back Wednesday at the Danish prime minister's "nasty" dismissal of his attempts to purchase Greenland, heightening a row which has already prompted the US president to scrap a state visit.
Trump scraps Denmark visit after Danes say Greenland not for sale
US President Donald Trump Tuesday postponed a planned visit to Denmark after Danish officials insisted its autonomous territory of Greenland was not for sale.
Two Swedes suspected in Danish tax agency blast
Police said Wednesday two Swedes were suspected of being behind a powerful explosion that rocked Denmark's tax agency last week, damaging the building's exterior but causing no serious injuries.
Reward our teachers on earth!
The recent investigative report of a newspaper on the scarcity of teachers in public schools and the revelation that nearly 80 per cent of the states in the country have placed embargo on recruitment, are shocking and tragic. It is such dismal revelations that must question the whole idea of having a government in the…