By Gustav Hoejmark-Jensen, photos by Madalina Paxaman and pxphotos.com
In October, it is all about the money: Denmark discovers it has given 12.7 billion
How people fall through the cracks in the Danish welfare system
Story and photos by Haseena Manek
Like other Nordic countries,
Khalil Hamdouna pokes his head out of his door, cringing at the sudden flood of early-morning sunlight in the hallway. Clearly just awoken, he says, “I’ll be right out.”
Every week we bring you the headlines of the weekend, when you were to busy partying and relaxing to keep up. We are
The last week of the year we give you the news about The Danish King of Escapes, fewer cyclist killed in traffic and the white Christmas is canceled.
Too Much ‘Hygge’ for Danes, Immigrants’ Kids and Low Grades, and ‘The World’s Most Hated Man’ On His Way to Denmark.
As the week goes by, In the Danish Press is ready to give you a fresh news overview.
This Wednesday in the Danish Press offers you a perfect news mixture of both local and global: cyber attacks that “pulled” the plug
After a long summer, In the Danish Press is back with a university student who looked just a little too much like the Danish