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Suspect in Deadly Norway Attack is Radicalized Muslim Convert

The suspect in the bow-and-arrow slaughter of five people in Norway on Wednesday is being treated as a terrorist suspect. Norwegian police have named him as 37-year-old Espen Andersen Bråthen, a Dane who had converted to Islam. The police said they were treating...

Tollund Man: Revealing the Last Meal of an Iron Age Mummy

The Tollund Man, an unfortunate victim of human sacrifice in Iron Age Denmark, is a "bog body," one of a group of remarkably-well preserved ancient mummies.

Euro 2020: England Reaches Final for the First Time in History

Euro 2020: Millions of England fans are out in the streets celebrating their country's first ever presence in a Euro final. England was the dominating force throughout the majority of the game and though Denmark opened the score with...

Greece Says AstraZeneca Vaccination Program will Continue

Greek officials stated that inoculations using AstraZeneca vaccine will continue despite concerns about its alleged link to thrombosis.

Denmark Stops Astra Zeneca Vaccinations Over Blood Clot Risk

Denmark suspended its AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccination campaign after reports of blood clots in those who had received the inoculation.

Culling of Thousands of Coronavirus-Infected Minks Begins in Kozani, Greece

The procedure to cull a total of 2,500 thousand minks began in Greece's northern city of Kozani on Saturday. All 2,500 minks had contracted the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. The infected mink population is located in the village of Kaloneri of...

Greece Takes Denmark to European Court Over Feta Cheese Violations

Greece formally requested the European Union on Wednesday to begin legal procedures against the nation of Denmark over its alleged appropriation of Greece's iconic feta cheese. “The Agriculture Minister has (approved) the activation of European Commission legal action against Denmark...

European Commission Sues Denmark for Marketing Danish Cheese as "Feta"

The European Commission referred the nation of Denmark to the European Court of Justice on Wednesday, accusing it of violating European Union law in regard to the use of the trademarked name ''Feta.'' The statement issued by the EU Commission...

Hundreds Stranded on Greek Islands after Danish Carrier Declares Bankruptcy

Primera Air, a Danish leisure airline with flight services from Northern Europe to more than 40 destinations in the Mediterranean, Middle East, and North America, declared bankruptcy on Monday, leaving hundreds of tourists stranded on the Greek islands without...

University of Copenhagen Stops Modern Greek Studies Program after 50 Years

The University of Copenhagen administration has decided to stop the Modern Greek Studies program for graduates and undergraduates after almost 50 years in the curriculum. In the past five years, the program was part of a more general program entitled...