Novel coronavirus has infected more than 183 million people and killed over 3.9 million. Here are the latest Covid-related developments for July 2:
The Human Library, established twenty years ago in Denmark, allows people volunteering as ‘books’ to interact with ‘readers’ who have half an hour conversations with them.
Thousands rally in streets of several European countries in anti-racism rallies sparked by black American George Floyd's death in US police custody.
Uruguayan forward also charged by police in Scotland after the incident in the Europa League on February 27.
Three members of the London-based Iranian separatist group were arrested on Monday in Ringsted, 60 kilometres southwest of Copenhagen, for allegedly spying on people and companies over a period of six years from 2012.
Iceland wants an ancient Norse manuscript that recounts Viking tales and history back from Denmark.
Saudi Aramco is a massive contributor to climate change and at the same time, actively thwarts international efforts at mitigation.
The ruling centre-right Liberal Party and the opposition Social Democrats both say a tough stance in immigration is needed ahead of Denmark's general election.
The passenger train was heading towards the capital Copenhagen when a tarpaulin on a freight train hit it as it was going in the opposite direction, prompting it to brake suddenly, media reports say. Police said 16 people were injured.
The government is introducing a series of laws to regulate life in migrant-heavy neighbourhoods it labels as ghettos, but some residents feel it is another push to make them feel less at home in their own country.
The French president called on Denmark to show more commitment to the European Union during his official visit to the country, but did not comment on the resignation of his environment minister Nicolas Hulot earlier in the day.
Police detained Peter Madsen on August 11 last year when he emerged from his home-made submarine without Kim Wall who had boarded the vessel the previous day to interview him.
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