Category: DK NEWS

Forsvinder -sen efternavnet?

Siden 2013 har mindre end halvdelen af befolkningen i Danmark et efternavn, der ender på SEN. Tyve år tidligere i 1993 havde næsten 62% af befolkningen et efternavn som endte med SEN. I landets kommuner er der store forskelle på, hvor mange der

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Should Denmark pay more for Defense?

Trump is threatening our NATO allies to up their their defense spending to the agreed upon 2% of GDP. USA is currently at 3.57% of GDP while Germany is coasting along with only 1.24% and Denmark around 1.3% according to

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Juni varmeste og solrigeste i 26 år

Juli fortsætter med at byde  på masser af solskinstimer siger Danmarks Metrologiske Institut. Så meget at DMI nu fortæller, at du skal passe på i solen. De meget skyfrie forhold, der for det meste præger landet for tiden, er blandt andet medvirkende

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Rebildfesten 2018

Den 4 juli 2018 er Rebildfesten tilbage med nye interessante talere og underholdning. Mere information: http://www.rebildfesten.dk/

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Den Lille Havfrues 102 års fødselsdag

Den Lille Havfrue har 102 års fødselsdag den 23 august. Billedet er fra fruens 100 års fødselsdag in 2013. Foto: Hasse Ferrold. The Little Mermaid has her 102 years birthday on August 23 . The photo is from the Lady's 100 years

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The Ambassadors ride for the blind in Copenhagen

In cooperation with Dansk Blindesamfund (Danish Organization for the Blind), a large tandem bike ride of more than 100 tandem bikes was held in Copenhagen. All the bikes where donated to organizations supporting the blind afterwards. Among the participants were

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NY Times: Allan killed on the radio in Denmark

First the Danes killed Marius the Giraffe publicly. This time it was Allan, a six weeks old bunny who was killed with a bike cycle pump on the radio. The New York Times writes: "A radio station in Denmark argued

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Denmark’s Liberation May 5, 1945

Today, it is 70 years ago that Denmark was liberated from the German occupation. The day was celebrated yesterday at a ceremony at Mindelunden in Hellerup where H.M. The Queen participated and Premier Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt was speaking. Later in the

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BBC: Denmark will no longer be a hotspot for animal sex tourists

BBC says today that a new law in Denmark will make it illegal to have sex with an animal. The English TV's website writes that Hungary, Finland and Romania are now the only EU countries where bestiality, or zoophilia, is

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World Happiness Report 2015 launched

The happiest country in the world - And the winner is ……….. Not Denmark. It is Switzerland. Yes those quiet guys with the chocolate, the expensive watches and the secret bank accounts are happier than the Danes these days. Okay

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