Refugees

Telling the stories of Somalia's lost warriors

From refugee to storyteller, a Danish Somali filmmaker challenges stereotypes about young Somalis - one film at a time.

Europe

Airport project on world's largest island sparks sovereignty row

Denmark and Greenland reach agreement for Copenhagen to partly fund upgrades to three airports.

Airport project on world's largest island sparks sovereignty row

Denmark

Denmark issues first face veil fine after tussle

A 28-year-old fined $156 by Danish police after another woman tried to tear off her face veil at a mall.

Denmark issues first face veil fine after tussle

Shorts

A woman's game: Nadia Nadim

'Give me a ball and I forget about most of the stuff going on around me.'

A woman's game: Nadia Nadim

Denmark

Court orders Denmark to compensate 18 Iraqis over torture

Plaintiffs awarded $4,600 each as Copenhagen appeals court rules that Danish soldiers failed to prevent abuse.

Court orders Denmark to compensate 18 Iraqis over torture

Europe

Denmark passes law banning face veil in public spaces

Ban follows similar restrictions on full face veils in Belgium, France, Netherlands, Bulgaria and parts of Switzerland.

Denmark passes law banning face veil in public spaces

Earthrise

Samso: The green island

On the fully sustainable island of Samso, people are living not only greener lives, but also more profitable ones.

Earthrise

Winds of change: Eco-cremation in India and green power on Samso

A look at how communities in India and Denmark have adjusted their way of living, turning it into a greener alternative.

Denmark

Danish inventor gets life for murder of Kim Wall

Copenhagen court finds Peter Madsen guilty of premeditated murder, sexual assault and desecrating a corpse.

Peter Madsen gets life sentence in Kim Wall murder case

Islam

$1.2m fund to pay Denmark's veil fines

Algerian businessman vows to pay Danish face veil fines.

$1.2m fund to pay Denmark's veil fines

Europe

Pyeongchang 2018: Denmark is Scandinavia's odd-one-out

The Danes only medal from the Winter Olympic Games was a silver in curling and it was earned some 20 years in the past.

Weather

Winter warmth record for Denmark

Repeated bouts of mild, wet, Atlantic weather have broken more temperature records and brought a flood risk to Europe.

Winter warmth record for Denmark

Europe

European borders: Restrictions remain in Schengen zone

In spite of the drop in numbers of refugees arriving in Europe, a number of European countries have cited security controls to keep restrictions in place on movement across their borders.

UpFront

Does the right to free speech endanger minorities?

Do Muslim communities have a particular problem with the right to free speech, or has Islam been unfairly targeted?

UpFront

Should free speech be protected, no matter what?

In this UpFront special, we debate unlimited free speech and its possible effect on minorities.