Copenhagen residents demonstrate against shootings

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Copenhagen residents demonstrate against shootings

On Monday night, around 1,000 Copenhagen residents marched through the districts of Nørrebro and Nordvest to demonstrate against the rise…

The trauma of watching Europe’s promise fade

Posted by on May 9, 2017 in Features | No Comments
The trauma of watching Europe’s promise fade

Adam Holm is self-conscious about smiling because he’s missing a tooth and doesn’t have the 28,000 kroner he needs to…

I became a journalist because I wanted to change the world

Posted by on Feb 15, 2017 in Features, News | No Comments
I became a journalist because I wanted to change the world

Nagieb Khaja approached the Turkish border guards with his hands in the air, declaring in several different languages that he…

Somalis lose refugee status

Posted by on Feb 3, 2017 in News | No Comments
Somalis lose refugee status

The security situation in Somalia is “serious and fragile” admits the Immigration Service after months of sustained attacks on the…

Soldiers keep fighting long after the guns go silent

Posted by on Nov 5, 2016 in Features, News | No Comments
Soldiers keep fighting long after the guns go silent

During Jesper Mailand’s first deployment to the Balkans on a UN peacekeeping mission in 1995, he found himself in the…

Before the next grenade falls

Posted by on Jun 6, 2016 in Features, Culture | No Comments
Before the next grenade falls

In 1992, Serbian soldiers occupied Alen Mešković’s town and gave his family twenty-four hours to pack and leave. “They took…