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Lawmakers approve motion for Britain to join US-led air strikes aimed at destroying ISIL in Iraq.
Muslim and Jewish leaders say changes to law on slaughter practices will not hugely affect their way of life.
Hearing postponed by a week amid fears for one of the defendants, who has spent more than two months on hunger strike.
Can the most sparsely inhabited place on earth begin to exploit the untold riches beneath its water and ice?
Leaked US diplomatic documents claim Syrian government supported attacks on Scandinavian embassies in Damascus.
Those seeking refugee status find themselves stranded in an immigration no-man's land.
Awad Joumaa in Sandholm, Denmark
The European Commission president has expressed support for Denmark in the dispute over the Prophet Muhammad cartoons, saying that freedom of speech cannot be compromised.

Clashes between demonstrators and police in Afghanistan have left four dead during protests against controversial cartoons depicting the prophet Muhammad.

Denmark's prime minister has said his government cannot act against satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed after Libya closed its embassy in Copenhagen amid growing Muslim anger over the dispute.

Saudi Arabia has recalled its ambassador to Denmark in protest at the Danish government's position on the publication of cartoons depicting Prophet Muhammad.
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