US president Donald Trump thinks he can show up in Denmark, offer to buy Greenland and treat two Nordic nations with arrogant disregard.
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US President Donald Trump on Sunday confirmed his interest in buying Greenland, but said it was not a priority for his administration.
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Parental leave policy is one of the factors often cited as being part of a healthy work-life balance in Denmark, but how do the rules work for internationals?
Danish companies have created 208,000 new jobs over the past five years. But now they’re having trouble finding employees.
A work force shortage has been one of the biggest potential obstacles to Denmark’s economy in recent years.
Finding a home to rent in big Danish cities is difficult, bordering impossible. So a lot of foreigners living in Denmark are looking at buying. We spoke to Steffan Reinel, partner at the Njord law firm, about how it works.
A top figure in Denmark's centre-right Liberal party has called on leadership contender Kristian Jensen to resign from his posts in the party, upping the stakes in the party's behind-the-scenes struggle for power.
Malmö's oldest international school has slashed teaching hours by as much as half for some subjects in the face of growing financial problems and a dramatic reduction in teaching staff.