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.

Daniel Agger gets two-game ban for derby elbow
Daniel Agger gets two-game ban for derby elbow

Denmark and Brondby defender Daniel Agger has been banned for two games for violent conduct after elbowing Mattias Jorgensen in the head in a hotly-contested derby against FC Copenhagen on Monday. 

Venus Williams upsets Caroline Wozniacki in Miami
Venus Williams upsets Caroline Wozniacki in Miami

Venus Williams booked the first women`s quarter-final spot at the ATP and WTA tournament in Miami on Monday as she beat fourth seed Caroline Wozniacki 6-3, 7-6 (7-1).

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.

Sweden `feminist` policy sparks major Saudi spat

Sweden is seeking to quell an unprecedented diplomatic spat over human rights with Saudi Arabia which has seen ambassadors recalled and arms sales cancelled, drawing comparisons with Denmark`s Mohammed cartoons controversy.

Russia threatens to aim nuclear missiles at Denmark ships if it joins NATO shield
Russia threatens to aim nuclear missiles at Denmark ships if it joins NATO shield

Russia threatened to aim nuclear missiles at Danish warships if Denmark joins NATO`s missile defence system, in comments Copenhagen called unacceptable and NATO said would not contribute to peace.

'Denmark could face nuclear attack if it joins missile shield'

Russia's ambassador to Denmark said today that the NATO country's navy could be targeted by nuclear missiles if it joins the Western alliance's anti-missile shield.

Denmark players end bitter dispute with FA
Denmark players end bitter dispute with FA

A bitter dispute between the Danish FA (DBU) and the country`s international players has been brought to an end after three new collective agreements were announced regarding payments and bonuses to national teams.

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.

Rising youngster Nabil Fekir included in France squad for first time
Rising youngster Nabil Fekir included in France squad for first time

France coach Didier Deschamps included Lyon`s rising talent Nabil Fekir in his 23-player squad for the first time as the Euro 2016 hosts get set for friendlies against Brazil on March 26 and Denmark on March 29. 

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.

Danish police raid homes searching for leads in February shootings

 Police said they raided eight homes in and around Copenhagen early on Tuesday searching for new leads over February shootings at a free speech event and a synagogue that killed two people.

Denmark hit by international pay dispute
Denmark hit by international pay dispute

Denmark`s squad was rocked by a heated pay dispute Monday between the national players` union and its football federation with both sides accusing the other of intransigence. 

Eagles fly as Morten Madsen grabs share of Tshwane Open lead
Eagles fly as Morten Madsen grabs share of Tshwane Open lead

Eagles on his final two holes catapulted Denmark`s Morten Orum Madsen to a seven under-par 63 and a share of the lead after the opening round of the European Tour’s Tshwane Open at the Pretoria Country Club on Thursday.

Chen Long survives Jan Jorgensen challenge to win All England title
Chen Long survives Jan Jorgensen challenge to win All England title

World number one Chen Long hopes to emulate his legendary compatriot Lin Dan after regaining an All-England Open men`s singles title which some doubted he could capture a second time.

Third man arrested for complicity in Copenhagen attacks

 Danish police arrested another young man Friday for complicity in the twin shootings that occurred here two weeks ago.

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.

Austria passes law on Islam, banning foreign funding

Austria's parliament adopted a legislation on Wednesday amending laws on Muslim organisations to ban foreign sources of financing and require imams to be able to speak German.