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3 arrested in Denmark over suspected terror plotupdated: Fri Apr 27 2012 08:15:00

Three people were arrested in Copenhagen Friday on suspicion of planning a terror attack, Denmark's Security and Intelligence Service said.

Wozniacki through to Copenhagen final updated: Sat Apr 14 2012 16:34:00

Caroline Wozniacki is through to the final of her home tournament in Copenhagen after defeating Petra Martic from Croatia 6-3 6-2.

Lucky 13th as Wozniacki extends Copenhagen winning run updated: Fri Apr 13 2012 18:10:00

Caroline Wozniacki made it 13 straight wins in her home tournament in Copenhagen on Friday the 13th as she dispatched French hope Alize Cornet 6-0 6-3.

Defending champion Wozniacki eases into Copenhagen quarterfinals updated: Fri Apr 13 2012 05:38:00

Top seed Caroline Wozniacki wasted little time in booking her passage into the quarterfinals of the WTA tournament in Copenhagen Thursday.

Copenhagen bomber gets 12 years in prisonupdated: Tue May 31 2011 10:18:00

A Chechen man convicted of trying to send a letter bomb to a Danish newspaper was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison.

Copenhagen bomber found guilty of attempted terrorismupdated: Mon May 30 2011 23:19:00

A jury in Copenhagen City Court on Monday found 25-year-old Chechen Lors Doukaev guilty of attempted terrorism, the court announced.

Different ways to hit sex trafficking?updated: Fri Apr 01 2011 06:17:00

Sweden and Denmark combat sex trafficking in contrasting ways, as CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

15 of the world's best hotel barsupdated: Fri Mar 11 2011 10:16:00

Your choice of hotel probably shouldn't be based purely on the merits of its cocktail menu. But these places have so much more than a great selection of drinks. Jonathan Wilson: Chelsea dominates Copenhagen, Real and Lyon play to draw in CLupdated: Thu Feb 24 2011 14:35:00

Observations from Champions League action this week:

Danish police work to identify Copenhagen bomberupdated: Thu Sep 16 2010 04:56:00

Danish police are trying to identify a man arrested after a blast at a Copenhagen hotel last week.

Danish police investigating whether suspect targeted newspaperupdated: Sun Sep 12 2010 11:15:00

A man arrested and charged with weapons violations after a small explosion at a Danish hotel was carrying identity papers from three central European countries, police said Sunday.

Denmark police arrest man after small hotel blastupdated: Fri Sep 10 2010 14:11:00

A man wearing explosives strapped to his body was arrested after a small explosion at a hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark Friday, police said.

Around world, sharing secrets for exercise in citiesupdated: Wed Apr 07 2010 10:55:00

In Copenhagen, Denmark, which has a reputation for accommodating cyclists, Jessica Eisenbraun gets her exercise riding around the city on her steel bike, which is older than she is but easy to maintain. Biking is the fastest way around the city, she says, when you consider how long it would take to park a car or take a bus.

Q&A: 'Climategate' explainedupdated: Wed Mar 31 2010 11:41:00

On Tuesday November 17, a substantial file including over 1,000 e-mails either sent from or sent to members of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia in eastern England were allegedly hacked and leaked onto the Internet.

Will e-mails affect summit?updated: Wed Mar 31 2010 11:41:00

CNN's John Roberts looks at the effect hacked e-mails may have on the U.N. Climate Conference.

What's new in Scandinavia in 2010updated: Tue Mar 23 2010 13:31:00

In the coming year, travelers to Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Scandinavia's Baltic neighbor, Estonia, will find fun new innovations that many have come to expect from these creative Nordic countries. And most of the action is taking place in their capital cities, where new sights and exciting events are sure to keep visitors entertained.

After Copenhagen: Hope for the futureupdated: Mon Jan 04 2010 23:30:00

The UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen last December was widely portrayed as a failure. But just how bad was the result? And is there cause for optimism? CNN spoke to climate change expert Mark Lynas who was in the room with world leaders as key decisions were debated.

Small forests a big help in curbing carbonupdated: Tue Dec 29 2009 12:14:00

Even if world leaders haven't finished the job with the global accord produced at the Copenhagen climate talks, the summit was not a total bust. That's because negotiators there outlined a landmark deal aimed at making money grow on trees.

Does Obama compromise too much?updated: Tue Dec 22 2009 09:20:00

When the United States, China, Brazil, India and South Africa struck an agreement in the United Nations' climate change summit in Copenhagen, many other countries were unhappy with the outcome.

Copenhagen's surprising gain for climateupdated: Tue Dec 22 2009 07:58:00

Two weeks ago, representatives from nearly 200 countries flew to Copenhagen to hammer out an agreement to limit the emissions that cause global warming.

Nations not 'united in action' at Copenhagen, U.N. chief saysupdated: Mon Dec 21 2009 22:29:00

The U.N. secretary-general called upon the international community Monday to stand together by signing the Copenhagen Accord to fight climate change, after big power recriminations erupted soon after the Denmark conference wrapped up.

Protesters' eye view of Copenhagenupdated: Fri Dec 18 2009 15:12:00

On December 10, a group of 40 British climate protesters traveled to Copenhagen to voice their concerns about "catastrophic climate change."

Protesters' journey to COP15updated: Fri Dec 18 2009 15:12:00

Behind the scenes with protesters at the Copenhagen summit.

Obama Arrives in Copenhagenupdated: Fri Dec 18 2009 07:49:00

President Barack Obama arrives in Copenhagen, Denmark for the Climate Conference.

Daryl Hannah: Live by exampleupdated: Thu Dec 17 2009 18:57:00

Actress and activist Daryl Hannah discusses ways she lives an environmentally responsible lifestyle.

Clinton: Time running out on climate changeupdated: Thu Dec 17 2009 18:57:00

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday warned participants in the climate change conference in Copenhagen that they are "running out of time" to reach an agreement on what to do about global warming.

White House: Obama going to climate summit regardless of prospectsupdated: Thu Dec 17 2009 17:30:00

President Obama will travel to Copenhagen, Denmark, Thursday evening to attend the U.N. Climate Conference as planned, despite growing uncertainty on whether the talks will lead to an agreement, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said.

Activists arrested in Copenhagen protestsupdated: Wed Dec 16 2009 12:04:00

Danish police made around 250 arrests in Copenhagen Wednesday morning as an organized demonstration against the U.N. climate talks converged on the Bella Center ahead of crucial negotiations at the COP15 summit.

Protesters beaten by policeupdated: Wed Dec 16 2009 12:04:00

Danish police arrest hundreds at an organized demonstration against the U.N. climate talks at the Bella Center.

Hundreds detained in Copenhagen protestsupdated: Sun Dec 13 2009 22:17:00

Thousands of protesters took to the streets and hundreds were detained Saturday in Copenhagen as they demanded a climate-change agreement that would curb greenhouse gas emissions and aid developing countries harmed by pollution.

Marching for 'climate justice'updated: Sun Dec 13 2009 22:17:00

Thousands march in Copenhagen to demand leaders take action against climate change. CNN's Phil Black reports.

Think economy, jobs in climate debateupdated: Fri Dec 11 2009 16:02:00

There's been a lot of gloom surrounding the climate talks in Copenhagen, Denmark, and let's face it, some of it is well-founded. Trying to get 192 countries to agree on a new treaty would be tough even in the best of economic times, and these aren't the best of economic times.

Apps of the Week: Going green, or at least trying toupdated: Thu Dec 10 2009 13:49:00

The word "green" has become a vague and overused marketing term for something that's supposed to be good for the environment.

Poor: Leaked climate text shows West imperialismupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 16:07:00

The rift over a leaked draft climate agreement widened Wednesday with an astonishing attack on the West by one of the poor nations' leading climate negotiators.

'Danish text' controversyupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 16:07:00

CNN's Phil Black reports from U.N. climate talks in Copenhagen on the reaction to a leaked draft document.

Poor nations' fury over leaked climate textupdated: Wed Dec 09 2009 08:52:00

A leaked document known as the "Danish text" has driven an even deeper wedge between rich and poor countries embroiled in U.N. climate talks in Copenhagen.

Comment: People power can drive changeupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 11:44:00

In the run up to what some individuals and media outlets are labeling "the meeting of Humanity's future" all eyes will be on the 12,000-15,000 official U.N. accredited participants as well as the army of activists, media, business representatives and even skeptics.

Climate protesters descend on Copenhagenupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 10:24:00

The largest-ever gathering of climate protesters will assemble in Copenhagen this week for the long-awaited COP15 summit, raising the prospect of clashes with authorities as they attempt to highlight their concerns to world leaders.

'This is our chance'updated: Tue Dec 08 2009 10:24:00

UN Climate Conference president, Connie Hedegaard, urges all nations to work together to solve this global challenge.

Europe: U.S., China must match climate change goalsupdated: Mon Dec 07 2009 23:05:00

The United States and China have not offered to go far enough to combat climate change, a top European Union official said as a major international summit on the subject opened Monday.

Copenhagen gears up for historic dealupdated: Mon Dec 07 2009 19:49:00

If the location is anything to go by, then the omens are promising. Denmark's capital city, Copenhagen -- host to the U.N. climate summit which starts today -- is already one of the greenest cities in Europe.

CNNMoney: Why the Copenhagen climate talks matterupdated: Mon Dec 07 2009 10:55:00

It's a massive jamboree, with tempers on both sides of the issue running hot and no final deal in sight.

What is at stake in Copenhagen?updated: Mon Dec 07 2009 10:05:00

The UN climate summit in Copenhagen in December aims to set new greenhouse gas emissions agreements between countries. It will be attended by all signatories of UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Click through the Explainer, above, to learn more about the summit.

Key global climate talks begin in Copenhagenupdated: Mon Dec 07 2009 08:27:00

The drumbeat rousing world leaders to action on climate change is fading out as delegates get down to the business of negotiating a global deal at climate talks in Copenhagen.

Last-gasp PSV clinch placeupdated: Fri Dec 04 2009 03:34:00

PSV Eindhoven qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League after snatching a dramatic late winner against Sparta Prague on Thursday night.

Countdown to Copenhagenupdated: Mon Nov 30 2009 01:24:00

CNN's Anjali Rao has a preview of the upcoming climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark.

China's pledge to reduce carbonupdated: Fri Nov 27 2009 12:24:00

CNN's Emily Chang breaks down China's plan to reduce carbon intensity and what it all means.

China's premier to join Obama at climate-change summitupdated: Fri Nov 27 2009 12:24:00

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will attend a major U.N. climate-change summit next month in Denmark, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Thursday.

Obama to attend climate change summitupdated: Wed Nov 25 2009 16:48:00

President Obama will go to Copenhagen, Denmark, next month for a climate change summit, the White House said Wednesday.

U.N. official issues climate rallying cryupdated: Wed Nov 25 2009 14:04:00

The United Nations' top climate official has urged countries to come to a clear and unified agreement at next month's climate conference in Copenhagen.

Climate change affects Boliviansupdated: Mon Nov 23 2009 09:40:00

Bolivian glaciers are disappearing leaving communities devastated. UNTV's Andi Gitow reports.

Sea level rise could cost port cities $28 trillionupdated: Mon Nov 23 2009 09:40:00

A possible rise in sea levels by 0.5 meters by 2050 could put at risk more than $28 trillion worth of assets in the world's largest coastal cities, according to a report compiled for the insurance industry.

Comment: We need leaders, not politiciansupdated: Sun Nov 22 2009 08:25:00

Today we face a perfect storm. As the crises related to the climate, economy, food and poverty collide and combine they threaten to overwhelm us.

Trade and climate top summitupdated: Sun Nov 15 2009 04:13:00

Leaders at the APEC summit in Singapore look for a way out of the economic slump. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports

No climate-change deal likely by year's end, officials sayupdated: Sun Nov 15 2009 04:13:00

President Obama and leaders from the rest of the world's top economic powers acknowledged Sunday that there's no hope of a major breakthrough over climate change by year's end.

New climate change treaty could be ready in 2010, U.N. official saysupdated: Wed Nov 11 2009 06:32:00

A new international treaty to combat climate change will not be ready when 40 world leaders meet next month in Copenhagen but may be finished next year, a top United Nations official said Friday in Barcelona.

Plan to create fund for bailouts hits hurdlesupdated: Sun Nov 08 2009 10:40:00

Key players in the Group of 20 refused to support a plan create an insurance fund to pay for bailouts if governments have to step in again to save giant businesses on the brink of collapse.

Commentary: Obama's Olympic bid is for unityupdated: Thu Oct 01 2009 08:09:00

What are the first thoughts that pop into your mind when you hear the word Olympics? Probably something synonymous with excellence, greatness, excitement, achievement.

Obama Olympics trip carries political risksupdated: Tue Sep 29 2009 13:06:00

President Obama's decision to head to Copenhagen, Denmark, later this week to make a push to bring the 2016 Olympic Games to Chicago is not without political controversy.

Commentary: Real progress on climate changeupdated: Wed Sep 23 2009 11:23:00

On Tuesday, more than 100 world leaders gathered at the United Nations for a climate summit. They were called together by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to build momentum for the U.N. climate talks in Copenhagen, Denmark, this December.

Airline industry plans to halve carbon emissionsupdated: Tue Sep 22 2009 08:50:00

The global aviation industry has agreed to cut its net carbon emissions to half 2005 levels by 2050 under a plan to be set out on Tuesday by British Airways chief, Willie Walsh.

Environmentalists hope UN talks tough on climate changeupdated: Mon Aug 17 2009 00:22:00

You're probably not thinking about what you would like for Christmas yet. But ask any environmentalist for their ideal gift and you'll get a version of this answer: a binding agreement at the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen this December that is strong enough to match the science.

Bizarre signs become street art in Copenhagenupdated: Fri Jun 05 2009 09:57:00

An unusual exhibition is confusing and amusing tourists and locals in central Copenhagen this month.

Copenhagen: A seasonal guideupdated: Mon Apr 06 2009 05:03:00

The Danish capital is a year-round destination. Here are some of the city's best annual events.

Copenhagen: Insider tipsupdated: Mon Apr 06 2009 04:50:00

Make the most of "the world's most livable city" with these insider tips.

Bomb threat temporarily grounds Danish royalsupdated: Sat Mar 21 2009 21:39:00

A bomb threat at Copenhagen's airport Saturday prompted a temporary evacuation of Denmark's crown prince and his wife from their commercial flight, police said.

World faces 'irreversible' climate change, researchers warnupdated: Thu Mar 12 2009 23:52:00

The world is facing an increasing risk of "irreversible" climate shifts because worst-case scenarios warned of two years ago are being realized, an international panel of scientists has warned.

Copenhagen: City overviewupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:01:00

A recent study on global wellbeing showed the Danes to be the happiest people on the planet and with about a fifth of them living in their capital it stands to reason that Copenhagen must be a little bit special.

Copenhagen: A local's viewupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 07:00:00

Tim, 33, is a Canadian who moved to Copenhagen in 2000 to study at Copenhagen Business School. He has been working full-time in Copenhagen since 2004, currently as a journalist for a bank.

Copenhagen: Where to shopupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 06:57:00

For a city of its size, Copenhagen has a remarkable range of shops that ooze class and individuality.

Copenhagen: Where to eatupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 06:56:00

At last count, Copenhagen's restaurants boasted 12 Michelin stars between them, more than anywhere else in Scandinavia.

Copenhagen: Where to be seenupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 06:55:00

Like the Danes themselves, Copenhagen's nightlife is generally relaxed, although not without its surprises.

Copenhagen: What to seeupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 06:55:00

Copenhagen is compact and relatively traffic-free, making it a pleasure to explore on foot. Start your visit Start in Indre By, the bustling and historic heart of the city.

Copenhagen: Where to stayupdated: Thu Jan 08 2009 06:54:00

Denmark has long been at the forefront of modern design and to see Danish design at its most iconic, check in at the Radisson SAS Royal (Hammerichsgade 1, doubles from 2,299 DKK a night).

European Christmas markets rich with historyupdated: Mon Dec 08 2008 14:19:00

You haven't experienced Christmas lights until you've seen nearly four miles of them artfully hung in patterns dictated by Tiffany's head designer in Copenhagen's famed historic amusement park, Tivoli Gardens -- and that's not counting the 1,800 strands dramatically draped on the lakeside willows.

Danish airliner lands safely after scareupdated: Fri Sep 19 2008 10:25:00

A Jettime passenger jet carrying 147 people made a successful emergency landing at Copenhagen airport in Denmark while experiencing problems with its landing gear, police said. How Denmark Sees the World in 2012updated: Mon Aug 04 2008 19:00:00

The 15th UN climate change summit will convene in Copenhagen in December 2009, and world leaders will begin discussing a successor to Kyoto A Cost-Effective Way to Save the World?updated: Sun Jun 22 2008 03:00:00

Economists from the Copenhagen Consensus claim to have calculated how to get the most bang for the buck with foreign aid. But not every threat can be broken down in terms of dollars and cents Danish Newspaper Lawsuit Rejectedupdated: Thu Jun 19 2008 11:00:00

A Danish appeals court on Thursday rejected a lawsuit against the newspaper that first printed the controversial Prophet Muhammad cartoons in 2005

Armed robbers grab $6m in Danish heistupdated: Tue Apr 01 2008 14:45:00

Masked robbers armed with automatic weapons stole about $6.3 million from a cash depot in suburban Copenhagen on Tuesday and left explosives in their wake to delay pursuit, police said.

Best airport restaurants and other time killersupdated: Thu Feb 21 2008 17:04:00

With airports from New York to Sydney getting upgrades, Travel + Leisure picks our favorite restaurants, bars, lounges, shops and spas.

Copenhagen: Just another brick in the wall?updated: Fri Jul 27 2007 08:44:00

I was strolling through the commotion of downtown Copenhagen, past chain restaurants dressed up to look old, and under towering hotels that seem to be part of a different international chain each year. Then, as if from another age, a man pedals his wife on a Christiania Bike -- two wheels pushing a big utilitarian rounded bucket. You'd call the couple "granola" in the USA -- they look as out of place here in Copenhagen as an Amish couple in Manhattan.

Nakamura magic puts Celtic throughupdated: Tue Nov 21 2006 16:52:00

Celtic won a nerve-shredding Champions League clash 1-0 against Manchester United on Tuesday with a spectacular free-kick from Shunsuke Nakamura to seal a place in the knockout phase for the first time.

Copenhagen: City overviewupdated: Thu Oct 05 2006 05:02:00

With a chocolate box charm and history as fairy teller Hans Christian Andersen's home, it's easy to dismiss Copenhagen as a twee tourist trap. But while the city's low-rise skyline is home to storybook statuettes and what is believed to be the world's oldest monarchy, the home of Carlsberg beer is also has a wilder side. For three decades, hundreds of hippies have defied Danish law, setting up their own enclave of peace, love and tax evasion in the heart of the city in a community. The hippies may be on their way out, but they have helped inspire a contemporary cool that spawned the groundbreaking Dogme 95 film movement. Hamlet's home may be Scandinavia's smallest country, but with so much going on in Copenhagen, there's clearly nothing rotten in the state of Denmark.

Copenhagen shock Ajax to progressupdated: Wed Aug 23 2006 16:45:00

Copenhagen struck twice in the second half to score a stunning 2-0 win at Ajax on Wednesday and qualify for the Champions League for the first time 3-2 aggregate.

Copenhagen Forumupdated: Thu Feb 09 2006 07:09:00

The Scene spent the day in Copenhagen with film director Thomas Vinterberg. Do you have a favorite hangout in the Danish capital? What's your favorite Thomas Vinterberg film? Send us your suggestions and read your comments below.

Copenhagen Director's Blogupdated: Thu Feb 02 2006 11:11:00

Arrived in Copenhagen, cold and with the sense that snow was imminent. The place looks fantastic, the Christmas decorations are out in full, I kind of think I'm in Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life" walking down Bakersville High Street. I'm half expecting to bump in Clarence the Angel, but instead it's world-renowned Dogme director Thomas Vinterberg.

Copenhagen Insider Tipsupdated: Thu Feb 02 2006 10:56:00

Do you have any inside tips on Copenhagen? Send us your comments.

Copenhagen City Guideupdated: Thu Feb 02 2006 10:36:00

Check out The Scene's recommendations for the Danish capital and send us your ideas and suggestions below.

Opera house crowns Danish designupdated: Wed Jun 15 2005 04:54:00

Few cities get a chance to build a world-class opera house from scratch with a stage and acoustics that are second to none, yet Copenhagen is one of them.

Copenhagen supporter dies in fallupdated: Mon Oct 25 2004 12:09:00

A 24-year-old Danish football fan has died after falling from the top tier of the stands at FC Copenhagen's Parken Stadium during a weekend match against Viborg.

Fortune: Prioritizing the World's To-Do Listupdated: Mon May 17 2004 00:01:00

It is October 2007, and the U.S. presidential elections are just over 12 months away. In a TV studio's green room, a presidential hopeful practices her lines: "As the sole superpower, the U.S. has ...

A royal weddingupdated: Fri May 14 2004 16:19:00

She was an Australian real estate agent and a marketing executive. He was a member of the Danish sailing team in Australia for the 2000 Olympics.

Fortune: Good Books I've Read Latelyupdated: Mon Apr 16 2001 00:01:00

I didn't see Copenhagen on Broadway last year, but reading the script is a way of pondering one of the murkiest, most profound incidents of modern times. In 1941 Werner Heisenberg, the leading phys...

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