The funniest most dangerous place in the world

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The funniest most dangerous place in the world

The South Korean soldier that just stepped onto our bus is a pimply teenager with dark aviator sunglasses and an…

Captured // Greenpeace in Russia

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Captured // Greenpeace in Russia

Oil companies have been drilling in the Komi Republic, Russia, for 40 years. Greenpeace alleges that the companies have used…

Moesgaard Museum nominated for top international design award

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Moesgaard Museum nominated for top international design award

In 2013, Henning Larsen Architects were the first Scandinavian firm to the win the the illustrious Mies Van Der Rohe Award. Now nominated for their Moesgaard Museum, they may repeat the performance

Beards, bears and a man named Berndsen

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Beards, bears and a man named Berndsen

Icelandic musician Davíð Berndsen, front man for eighties revival band Berndsen, has become known for his powerful live performances and unstoppable grooves

Getting Foreigners to Stick Around

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Getting Foreigners to Stick Around

Denmark’s labour market is not self-sustaining, and the demand for foreign workers has never been higher. There is concern, however,…

Small, smaller, ESS

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Small, smaller, ESS

Building the world’s most powerful neutron microscope will help scientists see individual atoms. But for the universities that will run the facility, it is just one aspect of a much bigger picture

On when to say yes and when to say no

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On when to say yes and when to say no

In today’s world, one of our biggest challenges is to say ‘no’ to the right things. ‘No’ to the supermarket…

Subterranean Soundwaves

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Subterranean Soundwaves

Deep in Copenhagen’s urban bowels, a vast network of Cold War air-raid shelters and bunkers have found new life as…

Are you with us or against us?

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Are you with us or against us?

Eto nashi? He has turned his back to us, but through the scratching of the walkie-talkie, his superior’s question cuts…

The Latin food take-over

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The Latin food take-over

Nik & Jay’s 2004 mega-hit “En dag tilbage” (One day left, ed.), included a meal from the restaurant Taco Shop…

The craft beer revolution

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The craft beer revolution

As beer drinkers become increasingly sophisticated, they are no longer satisfied with bland pilsner. Danish microbreweries are now rising to the challenge

The tyranny of small things and happiness

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The tyranny of small things and happiness

What then should we make of recent research conducted at the UK’s University of Warwick, which has pinpointed why Danes…

On the road to the other Iraq

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On the road to the other Iraq

While the rest of Iraq suffers from the rise of the brutal insurgent group Islamic State, Iraqi Kurdistan is experiencing an economic boom. Danish expertise is contributing by helping make the roads safer with longer-lasting road markings

DIY culture celebrated at creative maker festival

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DIY culture celebrated at creative maker festival

MADE is a new festival that celebrates the Maker culture. Learn to fly drones, or use lasercutters and 3D printers to realise your DIY ambitions

This kingdom is a stage (but its subjects are more than mere players)

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This kingdom is a stage (but its subjects are more than mere players)

The history of the Kingdom of Elleore dates back to 1944. Or 944. Or, rather, its history begins in 1944…

Tastier, healthier, more Danish – Dan Jørgensen

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Tastier, healthier, more Danish – Dan Jørgensen

If there is a way to Danes’ hearts, it is through their wallets. Such is the reality in a country’s…

Just call me Scandiman

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Just call me Scandiman

The gender debate will lose its way if it focuses solely on feminism, women and the battle of the sexes. The Scandinavian man is largely in agreement with the shrill voices, he just needs to find his place, somewhere between the tender and the brutal

Mad ES: Mountain Man VJ

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Mad ES: Mountain Man VJ

Artist, activist, organiser, art director and VJ, Mads Knudsen has an explosive and colourful inner vision

Sceptical, but realistic

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Sceptical, but realistic

INTERVIEW Denmark’s shale-gas era could begin in Frederikshavn. The town’s mayor says she’s not opposed to the prospect, but feels that a few things need to be set straight first

From one rat to another, a report from Bilderberg Bornholm

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From one rat to another, a report from Bilderberg Bornholm

Free beer on the Conservative’s boat. Free steak at Confederation of Danish Industry. So far, so evil. Soon, these white clad monstrosities will be among the lab’s ruling class