Aarhus University's research shows number of mosques in Scandinavian country jumps from 115 in 2006 to 170 in 2017
Ibrahimjon Asparov accused of supplying weapons, ammunition to main suspect in deadly Reina nightclub attack New Year’s Eve
Exterminated by hunters, wolves had been completely extinct in Denmark since the beginning of the nineteenth century.
The list includes two Saudis, a Canadian, a Syrian, and two Americans, including pastor Terry Jones who burned copies of the Quran in 2011.
The Dutch vote will be the first in a string of elections held against a backdrop of growing anti-EU sentiment and fears over Europe's largest wave of immigration since World War II which have emboldened far-right parties.
Danish FM says they will withdraw seven F-16s located at Turkey's Incirlik air base from operations in Syria, Iraq
The City Court of Copenhagen said in a court verdict that the woman had already been convicted several times for begging.
Only 150 women in Denmark wear the full-face burqa
Denmark’s minority government is expanding into a three-party coalition in order to drive through policies that cut taxes and keep public spending growth under control.
Denmark approves medical cannabis trial
Danish nationalist party leader encourages 'asylum spray' as self-defense against refugees
"We cannot be sure of the end result, but everything suggests that it is useful information that the Danish tax authority will now pursue."
An adult education centre has banned the niqab for Muslim students and has refused admission to six female students
Under the proposal, Danish citizens and residents would face up to six years in jail if they travel to an area where a 'terror organisation' is taking part in an armed conflict
Preachers who 'don't respect the basic norms in our society'could in the future be stripped of the right to officiate marriages, prime minister says
Lisbeth Zornig has been punished for picking up a Syrian family in a port through which many refugees pass en route from Germany and driving them to Copenhagen
Danish government is due to 'submit a bill to a parliamentary vote to strengthen the campaign against ISIL'
Police reports that since February 5 no money has been raised via the new rules which allow to seize refugees' valuables
Chinese artist protesting Denmark's newly passed law that allows authorities to seize valuables from asylum seekers
Under bill dubbed 'jewelry law' by Danish media, authorities can seize assets of refugees to pay for their food and lodging
EU Migration Commissioner called the meeting after Denmark this week slapped spot checks on its border with Germany, and Sweden imposed its own controls on travellers from Denmark