A law from 1969 is still having an impact on nursing pay in Denmark today.
Google mobility data shows people staying home less and visiting shops more than they were last spring.
Migrants found off the coast near Dover being brought to safety on a royal lifeboat after hundreds attempted Channel crossings in August 2020.
For many fleeing their home countries, destinations in northern Europe were the ultimate goal. But what happened when they got there?
Protesters gather outside the court where the case was heard.
The death of Phillip Mbuji Johansen highlights how courts fail to consider entrenched racial biases when they assess what amounts to 'intent'.
Pedestrians walk past a waste bin for disposable face masks in Aarhus Center, Denmark.
Henning Bagger/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images
The word, which roughly translates to considering the needs of society above your own, has become a buzzword in Denmark.
Mink can be readily infected with SARS-CoV-2 and then pass the virus to humans.
In the disturbing scenario of human-to-mink-to-human COVID-19 transmission, the virus may mutate in mink prior to re-infecting people. That possibility makes vaccine design even more crucial.
Mads Claus Rasmussen/EPA
Denmark orders the cull of all farmed mink after a mutated strain of coronavirus was found in some animals.
The Amager Bakke power plant in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Waste-to-energy incinerators could help Australia deal with its mounting waste crisis, but burning rubbish may come with risks to public health.
The abbey of St Genevieve in Paris was destroyed during the French revolution.
Nicolas Ransonnette (1745-1810). Dessinateur (illustrator) - Bibliothèque nationale de France
Stephen of Tournai wanted Denmark to pay damages for Viking raids on France three centuries before.
Infrastructure as art: Jacob van Ruisdael, ‘Windmill at Wijk bij Duurstede,’ c. 1670.
Are facilities that produce necessities like energy and clean water doomed to be ugly? Not when artists and landscape architects help design them.
A group of refugees living on the pavement near the Cape Town Central Police Station on the first day of a national coronavirus lockdown, March 27, 2020 in Cape Town, South Africa.
Getty/Nardus Engelbrecht/ Gallo Images
From getting schooling for their children through an app in the wrong language to trouble finding gloves and masks, refugees across the globe face different challenges in dealing with the coronavirus.
Dr Gildas Hounmanou with his colleagues at the University of Copenhagen. Hounmanou, from Benin, studied in Denmark.
Danida Fellowship Centre/Vibeke Quaade
Global research funding, such as that offered by Denmark's government, can open doors for African researchers to study abroad and then take their skills home.
Not sure if you’re paying the right price for your tree? The Hotelling equation modified by Faustmann can help.
A Protestant tradition with pagan roots, the Christmas tree is now a global phenomenon. It also reveals much about market economics, so let's climb on the sleigh and take a ride around this holiday item…
‘Die! Die! Die!’
Apple Arcade and Google Stadia may threaten a sector that spawned the likes of Farmville and Angry Birds. Developers can build better communities in response.
Families of those at risk of extremism need to be supported, not judged.
Greenland and Denmark have a complicated history, but the connection runs deeper than economic convenience.
The coast of Greenland is not for sale.
The USA has a long colonial history – as does Denmark. The USA has even tried to buy Greenland before. But this time, Greenland isn't Denmark's to sell.
Even working women who have partners often have to do the most work at home.
Does having children make the goal of fairly dividing work at home more elusive?
The 26 silver keys to Christiansborg Castle.
Christiansborg Archaeological Heritage Project (CAHP)
The story of Asameni and Christiansborg Castle’s keys reveals the complexities of decisions taken during the transatlantic slave trade.
Skat was the name of the Danish tax agency. It’s also a term of affection.
Other countries seem happy to pay more tax than we do, and they are among the world's top performers.