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People & Power
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Refugees28 Jan 2016 20:15 GMT
Authorities prepare to deport tens of thousands with failed asylum claims after record 163,000 applications last year.
Inside Story27 Jan 2016 23:26 GMT
Danish MPs pass a controversial law allowing the seizure of assets from refugees.
Politics27 Jan 2016 16:21 GMT
Chinese artist protests at controversial Danish legislation, which allows valuables and cash to be seized from refugees.
Human Rights25 Jan 2016 12:55 GMT
The bill is expected to pass as opponents say the seizure of money and valuables is not the most alarming part of it.
Inside Story22 Jan 2016 15:05 GMT
Long known for its tolerance, Copenhagen looks set to roll out stricter asylum laws.
Europe22 Jan 2016 09:41 GMT
Politicians in city of Randers say the move is necessary to preserve traditions and is not an attack on Muslims.
Human Rights21 Jan 2016 10:00 GMT
Proposed amendments would have "devastating impact" and risk violating international human rights laws, Amnesty says.
Human Rights15 Jan 2016 11:08 GMT
Those wanting to join relatives in Sweden are taking dangerous sea routes into the country from Denmark.
Politics13 Jan 2016 20:47 GMT
Bill will allow authorities to seize asylum seekers' cash exceeding $1,450, as well as items valued at more than that.
Europe12 Jan 2016 13:53 GMT
Danish volunteers have been working at the station for months, offering advice and help to returning refugees.
Europe31 Oct 2015 07:01 GMT
Danish capital introduces garbage bins with shelves to help those who make a living from collecting empties.
Denmark06 Oct 2015 00:36 GMT
Those wanting to become Danes will face stricter conditions in terms of language skills and financial self-reliance.
Refugees13 Sep 2015 03:21 GMT
Saturday's rallies urge solidarity with the huge numbers of refugees entering the continent.
Human Rights07 Sep 2015 23:47 GMT
Advertisement warns would-be asylum seekers that social assistance for new arrivals is reduced by up to 50 percent.
Witness26 Aug 2015 09:06 GMT
The chilling and courageous account of a Danish-Somalian boy in Copenhagen who fell victim to al-Shabab recruiters.
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