India archers look to book 2016 Rio Olympics berths
India archers look to book 2016 Rio Olympics berths

The Indian archery team would like to be in the news for right reasons after controversial two weeks as they target Rio Olympics quota berths in the eight-day World Championships beginning here Sunday.

Danish general election goes down to the wire

Denmark`s centre-left government and right-wing opposition are neck-and-neck in the polls ahead of Thursday`s general election, with Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt staging a major comeback thanks to a resurgent economy.

Danish opposition takes narrow lead days before vote

Denmark`s right-wing opposition has regained a narrow poll lead in the final days of campaigning in Thursday`s general election by successfully raising immigration in a race otherwise dominated by the economy.

Danish PM`s bloc leading opinion poll ahead of June vote

Denmark`s coalition government and its political allies on Monday led an opinion poll for the first time since November 2013, giving it a narrow lead over the opposition weeks before a June vote.

Danish radio station kills baby rabbit with bicycle pump

A Danish radio station on Tuesday defended the live killing of a baby rabbit with a bicycle pump on one of its shows, saying it wanted to highlight cruelty in the farming industry.

Four buses set ablaze in Copenhagen, vandalism suspected

 Four buses were torched in Denmark`s capital Copenhagen in a suspected case of vandalism, the authorities said.

Denmark declines to provide area for Serbian fans in Copenhagen
Denmark declines to provide area for Serbian fans in Copenhagen

The Danish Football Association (DBU) will not set aside a secure area of the national stadium in Copenhagen for groups of Serbian fans when Serbia and Denmark meets in an Euro 2016 Group I qualifier on June 13.

Copenhagen gunman `shared jail cell with IS supporter`

The gunman who killed two people in twin attacks in Copenhagen in February had once shared a prison cell with an inmate who openly backed the Islamic State group, Danish media reported on Tuesday.

Danish gunman`s suspected helpers to stay in custody

Five men charged with helping the gunman behind last month`s deadly attacks in Copenhagen have been remanded in custody for another four weeks, police said on Thursday.

Two more men jailed, suspected of helping Copenhagen gunman

Two men suspected of helping the gunman who killed two people in attacks in Copenhagen last month were jailed today until next Thursday.

Fifth man arrested over Copenhagen shootings

Copenhagen police said on Friday they had arrested a fifth man suspected of being an accomplice of gunman Omar El-Hussein who killed two people in deadly twin attacks last month.

Police arrest fourth man over Copenhagen shootings

Danish police on Thursday detained a fourth man suspected of aiding the gunman who killed two people in twin attacks in Copenhagen last month.

Firing at Copenhagen shopping centre, two injured: Reports
Firing at Copenhagen shopping centre, two injured: Reports

Shots were fired in the parking basement of a shopping centre on the outskirts of Copenhagen on Wednesday, injuring two people, police told local media on Wednesday.

Third alleged accomplice in Copenhagen shootings arrested

A third alleged accomplice in the Copenhagen shootings was arrested on Friday, Danish police said, nearly two weeks after twin attacks that killed two civilians in the capital.

Custody extended for Danish gunman's suspected helpers

Two men charged with helping the gunman behind the deadly twin attacks in Copenhagen have been detained for another month, police said on Thursday.

1,000 join Muslim 'ring of peace' outside Oslo synagogue

More than 1,000 people have formed a "ring of peace" outside Oslo's main synagogue at the initiative of a group of young Muslims.

Copenhagen gunman due to be buried

The gunman who killed two people in twin attacks in Copenhagen nearly a week ago was due to be buried later Friday at a Muslim cemetery despite objections from the Islamic group that owns it.

Copenhagen attacks renew debate over Europe`s integration struggles

A drab collection of four-storey buildings in a rough area of Copenhagen has become a potent symbol of Denmark`s struggles with integrating Muslims in the wake of last week`s attacks.

Denmark buries Jewish shooting victim as security questions mount

Crowds of mourners turned out Wednesday funeral of a Jewish man killed in the Copenhagen shooting spree as questions mounted about whether more could have been done to prevent the attacks.

Copenhagen attacks challenge soft Nordic approach to radicals

Known for a soft approach to security that emphasises helping radical Muslim youths with housing and jobs, Denmark may face pressure after the Copenhagen attacks to prioritise tougher laws and more resources for the police.