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Latest Stories Raphael Honigstein: Three thoughts: Denmark's game plan falls short against Germanyupdated: Sun Jun 17 2012 19:06:00

Here are three thoughts on Germany's 2-1 victory over Denmark in Group B: Georgina Turner: Euro 2012 Day 2: Dutch loss a big story, but don't overlook the Danesupdated: Sat Jun 09 2012 19:15:00

There were two things that the managers of Netherlands and Denmark agreed on before the teams met on a clammy Saturday evening in Kharkiv, Ukraine: The Dutch were the favorites, and their players are 'arrogant in a good way.'

Denmark stun Dutch as Germany beat Portugalupdated: Sat Jun 09 2012 17:21:00

Denmark produced the first major surprise of Euro 2012 as Morten Olsen's side secured a 1-0 win over the Netherlands in Kharkiv. Jonathan Wilson: Euro 2012 Preview: Denmarkupdated: Mon Jun 04 2012 14:28:00

No side has lost more finals games in the history of the European Championship than Denmark, but then no side -- not even Greece -- has ever won the tournament in more unlikely circumstances. Denmark hadn't even qualified for the Euros in 1992, but as war tore through Yugoslavia, it was called up a fortnight before the tournament as a replacement and went on to beat Germany in the final. A repeat is highly unlikely this time round, particularly given a dreadfully tough first-round group, but this is a young and talented Danish side that might just unsettle a few more fancied names. Morten Olsen has already been in charge for 12 years and has just signed a two-year extension, which says much for his belief in the potential of his side. In fact, he believes it has a greater chance to make an impression at the World Cup in 2014 than in Poland-Ukraine. It shouldn't go unnoticed that while Portugal is more fancied, Denmark beat the Portuguese 2-1 in its final qualifier to finish three

Anti-terror police arrest 2 in Denmarkupdated: Tue May 29 2012 05:37:00

Anti-terror police in Denmark say they have arrested two brothers, one of whom trained at a terror camp in Somalia.

Denmark terror suspects appear in courtupdated: Sat Apr 28 2012 09:59:00

Three people arrested in Denmark on suspicion of planning a terror attack appeared in a Copenhagen court Saturday, police said.

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:

3 men charged in Danish newspaper plotupdated: Thu Dec 30 2010 21:16:00

At least one of three men charged with planning a terrorist attack against a Danish newspaper had previous links with terrorist suspects, according to a Swedish counter-terrorism source.

How to deal with line cutters, parking space stealersupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 09:21:00

In a rush to get the best bargains on Black Friday, some consumers may forget their manners.

Survey ranks world corruptionupdated: Tue Oct 26 2010 21:33:00

CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva breaks down the results of a survey on perceived world corruption levels.

CNNMoney: Denmark's plan for an oil-free futureupdated: Fri Oct 01 2010 15:18:00

Danish scientists have outlined how their country could phase out its use of fossil fuels by 2050.

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.

Japan outclass Denmark to join Dutch in last 16updated: Fri Jun 25 2010 08:20:00

Japan have comfortably beaten Denmark 3-1 at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg to book their place in the last 16 of the World Cup.

Cameroon knocked out as Denmark win puts Dutch into second roundupdated: Mon Jun 21 2010 16:51:00

Cameroon became the first team to be eliminated from the World Cup in South Africa after Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Denmark, which made the Netherlands the first team to reach the second round following an earlier 1-0 victory over Japan.

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.

Denmark's wind powerupdated: Sun Mar 07 2010 22:34:00

Earth's Frontiers meets the people responsible for supplying 20 percent of Denmark's electricity through wind power.

In the field: Wind powers ahead in blustery Denmarkupdated: Sun Mar 07 2010 22:34:00

There is an undeniable excitement attached to the launch of a new series. With the rough brief being that Earth's Frontiers was to be an environmental show, a host of warm and exotic locations sprang to mind.

4 indicted in Mumbai, Denmark terror plotsupdated: Fri Jan 15 2010 00:27:00

A U.S. grand jury indicted four people, including two Chicagoans, for alleged roles in plots against a Danish newspaper and the November 2008 terrorism attack in Mumbai, India.

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.

Greenland votes to loosen ties with Denmarkupdated: Tue Nov 25 2008 22:59:00

Greenland voted by a wide margin Tuesday for self-governance, setting the stage for independence from Denmark, a government spokeswoman said.

Fed extends deal to four more central banksupdated: Wed Sep 24 2008 03:08:00

The Federal Reserve Bank announced a deal with four nations Wednesday meant to help global financial markets.

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.

Denmark's late salvo stuns Portugal in Lisbonupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 05:17:00

Denmark scored three goals in the last eight minutes to upset Portugal 3-2 in Lisbon on Wednesday and hand home coach Carlos Queiroz his first defeat since taking charge. Al-Qaeda Warns of Attacks on Westupdated: Fri Sep 05 2008 15:00:00

Al-Qaeda's top commander in Afghanistan warned of more attacks against the West in a video posted on the Web that paid tribute to a suicide bomber said to have carried out the June bombing of the Danish Embassy in Pakistan

Danes take contentment in strideupdated: Fri Aug 29 2008 11:09:00

While Copenhagen is a thriving metropolis, when you travel out into the Danish countryside, you find yourself saying "cute" more than you know you should. When I'm in the Netherlands, I have a running joke with my guide friends. We say, "Everything's so ... Dutch." Now, in Denmark, I'm saying, "Everything's so ... Danish." Danish Central Bank Rescues Nation's No. 10 Bankupdated: Mon Aug 25 2008 12:10:00

The Danish central bank said Monday it has taken over the nation's 10th largest bank, a 124-year-old institution which had been struggling amid global financial turmoil and mounting losses on mortgage loans as housing prices fell in Denmark

A taste of 'food patriotism'updated: Fri Aug 15 2008 16:44:00

I've been trying to analyze why I enjoy traveling so much. All I do is work all day long, every day, and yet it brings me pure joy. 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

Denmark 'happiest' country in the worldupdated: Wed Jul 02 2008 09:19:00

Denmark is the world's most content nation, according to a new study on global wellbeing, but the good news is, despite the credit crunch and rising fuel and food prices, all of us are getting happier. 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 Danes Ponder Islamic Ireupdated: Thu Jun 05 2008 05:00:00

After the June 2 suicide bombing outside the Danish embassy in Islamabad, Danes are asking what price their country can afford to pay for its increasingly entrenched reputation as a forthright critic of Islam

Germany and Denmark 'win' Fair Play slotsupdated: Tue May 13 2008 11:18:00

Germany and Denmark have joined England as the nations with an extra place in next season's UEFA Cup. The Return of the Prophet's Cartoonsupdated: Wed Feb 13 2008 13:15:00

To protest a plot to murder a cartoonist, Danish papers reprint caricatures of Mohammed -- then raise questions about the treatment of the alleged plotters

Newspapers reprint Prophet Mohammed cartoonupdated: Wed Feb 13 2008 08:32:00

Newspapers across Europe Wednesday reprinted the controversial cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed that sparked worldwide protests two years ago.

Plot to kill cartoonistupdated: Wed Feb 13 2008 08:32:00

Danish police make arrests in alleged murder plot of a controversial Danish cartoonist. CNN's Paula Newton reports. Greenland to World: "Keep Out!"updated: Fri Sep 21 2007 15:30:00

Some of Greenland's residents want independence and full rights to the island's natural resources. Will they get it? 8 Arrested in Denmark Terror Plotupdated: Tue Sep 04 2007 10:00:00

Denmark's intelligence service early Tuesday arrested eight Islamic militants linked to leading al-Qaida figures

Danish arrests 'prevent terrorism'updated: Mon Sep 03 2007 21:48:00

Police from the Danish Security Intelligence Service have arrested eight people accused of storing "unstable explosives" in a heavily populated area of Copenhagen, agency Director Jakob Scharf said Tuesday.

Denmark: An Aero-dynamic bike rideupdated: Fri Aug 10 2007 01:41:00

Biking the back lanes of the island of Aero, I came to a lonely little church. Wandering through its graveyard, I noticed the names on every tombstone ended in "sen." The inscriptions, such as "Here lies Christian Hansen at anchor with his wife. He'll not weigh until he stands before God" seem to fit the salty charm of this tiny island on the south edge of Denmark. Aero is the kind of island where baskets of strawberries sit in front of farmhouses -- for sale on the honor system. And bikes don't come with locks.

Danish modernupdated: Wed Jul 18 2007 02:43:00

Though it has the alphabetical advantage, Aarhus has always been known as Denmark's second city. Now, with dining and nightlife on par with Copenhagen's, the city is making an impressive bid for the limelight.

Sweden given win after ref attackupdated: Fri Jun 08 2007 06:33:00

Sweden have been awarded a 3-0 victory over Denmark after a fan ran onto the pitch and attempted to attack referee Herbert Fandel in the final minutes of the European Championship qualifier in Copenhagen last Saturday.

Czechs, U.S. and Russians all win updated: Sun Apr 29 2007 17:18:00

The Czech Republic, the reigning world silver medallists, made it two wins out of two in Group B of the world championships with a confident 6-1 thumping of Austria on Sunday.

Denmark to withdraw Iraq troopsupdated: Wed Feb 21 2007 07:44:00

Denmark has announced it will withdraw some or all of its troops from Iraq by August, but said it may boost its presence in Afghanistan.

Dane Laursen faces lengthy lay-offupdated: Fri Nov 10 2006 14:03:00

Aston Villa defender Martin Laursen is out of Denmark's squad for the friendly against the Czech Republic next week because of a serious knee injury.

Australia fix friendly with Danesupdated: Tue Nov 07 2006 03:09:00

Australia will play Denmark in a friendly match in London on February 6, Football Federation Australia announced on Tuesday.

Five-goal Ajax are just too goodupdated: Thu Sep 14 2006 14:31:00

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored twice in Ajax Amsterdam's 5-2 away win over IK Start in the first round of the UEFA Cup on Thursday.

Portugal stunned by superb Denmarkupdated: Fri Sep 01 2006 17:08:00

Martin Jorgensen helped Denmark stun World Cup semifinalists Portugal 4-2 on Friday as both teams warmed up for their opening Euro 2008 qualifiers.

Gronkjaer/Nielsen to miss friendlyupdated: Mon Aug 28 2006 09:43:00

FC Copenhagen winger Jesper Gronkjaer and Brondby defender Per Nielsen have pulled out of Denmark's squad for the friendly against Portugal in Brondby on Friday.

Fugitive urges attack on Denmark updated: Fri May 12 2006 02:45:00

A fugitive al Qaeda member has called on Muslims in an Internet video to attack Denmark, Norway and France for publishing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

Fortune: Just Say No to Danishupdated: Mon Feb 27 2006 13:00:00

The fury over a Danish newspaper's cartoons of the prophet Mohammed--depicted wearing a bomb-shaped turban in one--shows no signs of abating. Last month Danish embassies in three countries and this...

Cartoon bans hit Danish firmsupdated: Tue Feb 07 2006 03:02:00

A boycott of Danish goods called by Muslim leaders over the publishing of cartoons of Prophet Mohammed is dealing a blow to the nation's businesses.

Danes feel threatened in cartoon rowupdated: Mon Feb 06 2006 08:07:00

Denmark's leaders are calling for calm and dialogue as the nation finds itself under increasing pressure over the cartoons depicting Islam's revered Prophet Mohammed.

Roadside bomb kills 2 in Baghdadupdated: Sun Feb 05 2006 13:24:00

A roadside bomb targeting an Iraqi police patrol detonated Sunday afternoon in southeast Baghdad, killing two civilians and wounding five others and two police officers, Baghdad police told CNN.

Protesters burn consulate over cartoonsupdated: Sun Feb 05 2006 04:53:00

Thousands of protesters packed the streets of Beirut on Sunday, some clashing with security forces and setting the Danish Consulate on fire in anger over cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.

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.

Turkey victory sees Greece bow outupdated: Wed Oct 12 2005 13:59:00

Turkey have secured a place in the World Cup playoffs after beating Albania 1-0 in the last of their Group Two qualifying matches.

Last gasp goal keeps Greece aliveupdated: Wed Sep 07 2005 11:25:00

European champions Greece kept their World Cup qualifications hopes alive with an injury time goal to defeat nine-man Kazakhstan 2-1 in Almaty.

Hosts Denmark kings of the tableupdated: Wed Mar 30 2005 16:20:00

Hosts Denmark staged a remarkable fightback from 2-0 down to beat favorites Austria 3-2 in the final of the men's European team table tennis championships in Aarhus on Wednesday.

Ukraine marching towards World Cupupdated: Wed Mar 30 2005 13:32:00

Ukraine shrugged off the absence of star striker Andrei Shevchenko to beat Denmark 1-0 in Kiev on Wednesday and take another massive step towards their first ever World Cup finals.

13 killed as storm lashes Europeupdated: Sun Jan 09 2005 07:51:00

A fierce winter storm packing hurricane force winds that swept across northern Europe has left at least 13 dead several missing, officials said Sunday.

Asia, Mideast last in press freedomupdated: Wed Oct 27 2004 01:27:00

East Asian and Middle Eastern nations rank as the worst in the world for press freedom while northern European countries such as Denmark were the best, according to a report released Wednesday by media organization Reporters Without Borders.

UEFA reject inquiry as Italy leaveupdated: Wed Jun 23 2004 06:03:00

European soccer's ruling body UEFA has ruled out an inquiry into the 2-2 draw between Denmark and Sweden that ended Italy's interest in Euro 2004.

Swedes snatch place in last eightupdated: Tue Jun 22 2004 17:08:00

Mattias Jonson struck a minute from time to earn Sweden a 2-2 draw with Denmark that sent both Scandinavian sides through to the Euro 2004 last eight on Tuesday.

Denmark victory sends Bulgaria outupdated: Fri Jun 18 2004 13:53:00

Denmark beat Bulgaria 2-0 in a rugged Euro 2004 Group C match, sending the Bulgarians out of the tournament.

Danes deny Italy opening Euro winupdated: Mon Jun 14 2004 13:57:00

Denmark's European Championship goal drought continued in a 0-0 draw against a disappointing Italy in the Group C opener in Guimaraes on Monday.

Gronkjaer set to miss Italy clashupdated: Thu Jun 10 2004 08:45:00

Chelsea winger Jesper Gronjkaer looks certain to miss Denmark's opening Euro 2004 match with Italy on Monday because his mother is critically ill.

Kahlenberg joins Danish Euro squadupdated: Tue Jun 01 2004 05:22:00

Brondby midfielder Thomas Kahlenberg has been named in Denmark's Euro 2004 squad in place of the injured Morten Wieghorst.

Denmark fail to impress in Tallinnupdated: Sun May 30 2004 15:53:00

Euro 2004 finalists Denmark endured a frustrating evening as they were held to a 2-2 draw in Estonia, twice throwing away the lead.

Danes cheer as prince weds Aussieupdated: Fri May 14 2004 04:17:00

Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik has married 32-year-old Australian businesswoman Mary Donaldson in a ceremony attended by hundreds of the world's royals.

Money Magazine: THE WORLD'S BEST 5 IDEAS DENMARK How to train teenagers for real jobsupdated: Tue Jun 01 1993 00:01:00

Six in 10 U.S. high school students prepare to attend college, while the rest lay the foundations for nothing in particular and too often wind up in low- pay, low-status jobs. Many European nations...

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