The discovery of the new variant has prompted EU countries to stiffen their lockdown measures.
Danish law would specify that sexual consent must be given voluntarily and as an expression of an individual’s free will through words or action.
PM Mette Frederiksen says mutated coronavirus virus in minks can have "devastating consequences" globally.
An international outdoors visual art project showcases the work and talent of 115 female artists on the streets of Istanbul.
The Human Library, established twenty years ago in Denmark, allows people volunteering as ‘books’ to interact with ‘readers’ who have half an hour conversations with them.
The anti-Muslim Danish politician who was due to give a speech at the protest was banned from Sweden for two years. A year earlier, he burned a Quran wrapped in bacon.
The Danish government will evaluate deporting 900 Syrian refugees after deeming Assad regime-controlled Damascus to be safe for return.
Novel coronavirus has infected more than 6.4 million people around the world. Here are pandemic-related updates for June 2:
Turkey's flag carrier says it will fly to Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden, connecting 16 European cities with 14 Turkish cities, after over two months of halted flights.
Investors focused on the positives despite growing US-China tensions stalling recovery for equities in May, amid signs that many European economies are coming back to life.
The idea of grants is anathema to the EU's self-styled "frugal four", Austria, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands, who generally oppose big spending and fear the proposal will lead to a mutualisation of member states' debt.
Coronavirus has killed over 300,000 people and infected more than 4.4 million as countries ease curbs. Here are more coronavirus-related developments for May 14:
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