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  1. Gay-friendly travel destinations: The world's top 10Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Denmark may be the home of Lego and at the forefront of New Nordic Cuisine, but importantly it made history in 1998 by becoming the first nation in the world to recognise registered same-sex partnerships.

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  2. Danish airports affected by Lufthansa strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Copenhagen Post

    Passengers will be given the opportunity to travel to Frankfurt on SAS flights as part of a code-sharing agreement A strike by pilots at the German airliner Lufthansa is expected to affect dozens of flights between Germany and Denmark on Monday and Tuesday this week. Aviation website Check-in-dk reports that the affected services include 27 Lufthansa flights between Copenhagen and Billund airports and Frankfurt Airport.

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  3. Friendship to green ships: the course of Danish-South Korean trade relationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Copenhagen Post

    At the heart of the relationship is the special bond formed when the Danish ship, the Jutlandia, fulfilled a humanitarian mission during the Korean War Less than half a year into his term as the South Korean ambassador, Ma Young-sam is extremely positive about Denmark as a place to live and as a trade and investment partner for his country. Old friends "In 1902, our countries signed a treaty of commerce, and in 1951, during the Korean War, Denmark sent the ship Jutlandia to Korea on a humanitarian mission and it took care of both UN soldiers and civilians.

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  4. At Cinemas: Halloween over Christmas every timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Copenhagen Post

    There's no escaping it, the year is drawing to a close, winter's pretty much here and nauseating Christmas tunes will soon infiltrate your televisions, car radios and shopping arcades. The last bastion against the tinsel tsunami is an island known as Halloween.

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  5. Robert Pattinson's girlfriend FKA twigs takes to the stage at AmsterdamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Daily Mail

    Famine is the next threat from Ebola in Africa, as farmers flee their fields and food runs short, UN warns No wonder he's smitten! Robert Pattinson's new girlfriend FKA twigs wows as she takes to the stage for Amsterdam gig But singer FKA twigs is clearly becoming a star in her own right, as she proved by taking to the stage in Amsterdam on Wednesday night. The English music artist put on a show at the Tolhuistuin venue in the European city, looking every inch the seasoned performer.

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  6. Record Cruise Ship Arrivals at GothenburgRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Marine News

    Cruise tourism set a new record in Gothenburg this year. From April to October, 73 cruise ships visited Gothenburg, carrying 110,000 visitors.

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  7. Ni Hao! Axelsen's learns the language of badmintonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | The Star Online

    ODENSE: Communication skill is just as vital as good technique to becoming a great player. And rising Danish star Viktor Axelsen is perfectly aware of that.

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  8. Denmark - Portugal Betting: Why Ronaldo and Co will struggle to score in the first halfRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Goal.com

    Our tipster has spotted a recent trend involving these two sides, with neither being prolific in the opening half of matches and he's backing a goalless first 45 minutes tonight Portugal travel to Denmark on Tuesday night in desperate need of a victory having suffered a major setback in their hopes of qualifying for Euro 2016 in their opening game in Group I. Their 1-0 defeat at home by Albania means another loss in Copenhagen this evening would leave them in an extremely tough position in terms of qualification, even at this early stage of the campaign.

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  9. Does Zac Efron Take Just Anyone To Copenhagen, Or Does He Have a New Girlfriend?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | ETonline

    While not much is known about Miro, one thing is for sure: she is not an actress, unlike Michelle Rodriguez, with whom Efron was often photographed this summer . In fact, Miro works in Los Angeles at Demand Media Studios, a content company.

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  10. Zac Efron Spotted with a New Woman in CopenhagenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | People

    Zac Efron may be off the market! The actor, 26, was spotted arriving in Copenhagen, Denmark, from Los Angeles International Airport with a new female companion, identified as Sami Miro, on Sunday. The two were also seen looking cozy while attending an L.A. Dodgers game together on Sept.

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  11. Baldwin, Haverford Students Participate in Global ExchangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Patch.com

    Students from The Baldwin School, The Haverford School and Ordrup Gymnasium are participating in a global exchange to study global citizenship, environmental sustainability, and economic policy. This week, students from The Baldwin School and The Haverford School are kicking off "Be Hoogali," a new year-long exchange program with students from Ordrup Gymnasium in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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  12. Mini-cities, meetups and musical device inventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Copenhagen Post

    Get an insight into collaborative economy and crowdfunding during the Crowdsourcing Week Europe 2014. The international conference will involve experts in innovations and crowdsourcing from over 30 countries Photo by: Colourbox Learn how to build your mini-city together with your kids at this free workshop hosted by celebrated TV host Shane Brox.

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  13. Golden Alert issued for missing manRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    Willis Anthony Dixon, 40, was last seen at 1 a.m. Wednesday in the Nolansburg Community said David McGill, director of Harlan County Emergency Management. Dixon has a tattoo sleeve on his left arm and various other tattoos on his body, McGill said.

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  14. Copenhagen ranked healthiest city in the world.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | 4 Hoteliers

    Copenhagen has beaten the likes of Vancouver, Melbourne and Napa, California, to top CNN's new list of the world's healthiest cities; Famously home to the world's happiest people, Copenhagen has also recently featured among the ten most innovative cities in the world. A strong focus on sustainability is a key reason for the city's success A truly healthy city makes it easy for its residents to adopt a healthful lifestyle, whether by providing quality health care, encouraging preventive medicine, or reducing air pollution.

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  15. Red Bull's next pitstop starts in Copenhagen tonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Copenhagen Post

    "Bones heal, but glory is eternal" an apt maxim for any extreme sports junkie, especially those soon to be showcased in Red Bull's international photography competition, which is visiting Copenhagen between October 9 and 18. Illume is regarded as the world's biggest international photograghy competition dedicated to action and adventure, with over 50,000 images submitted by the closing date of November 2013. An expert panel of international photo editors then whittled down entries to find the 50 gnarliest snaps and winners in 10 distinct categories.

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  16. French climate envoy calls Mulcair an allyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Barriere Star Journal

    The French president's special envoy on climate change says he has found an ally in NDP Leader Tom Mulcair in his quest to tackle rising greenhouse gas emissions across the globe. Nicolas Hulot, who is in Ottawa this week, held a half-hour discussion Monday with Mulcair, who told him he wants to use next year's federal election to launch a debate about the environment in Canada.

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  17. Long Weekend in CopenhagenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Fodor's

    For the past few years, the Danish capital has been in the spotlight for its gastronomic scene, and though the attention is deserved, there's much more to recommend about the place than just edible rocks. Copenhagen is a compact and walkable - or bikeable - city, making it easy to squeeze a lot into a few days.

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  18. Welcome to Europe's strangest public parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | KRCR

    It's where you'll find an outdoor Thai boxing ring, exercise gear from Santa Monica beach, lampposts from the UAE and swing benches from Baghdad. This is Superkilen, an urban park and cycling gateway that sprawls through Norrebro, a bohemian neighborhood of Copenhagen that's become one of the most ethnically diverse parts of Denmark.

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  19. Superkilen: Welcome to Europe's strangest public parkRead the original story

    Monday Oct 6 | WICU12 Erie

    It's where you'll find an outdoor Thai boxing ring, exercise gear from Santa Monica beach, lampposts from the UAE and swing benches from Baghdad. This is Superkilen, an urban park and cycling gateway that sprawls through Norrebro, a bohemian neighborhood of Copenhagen that's become one of the most ethnically diverse parts of Denmark.

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  20. NZ Trio Returns for Exploration into Arts And CultureRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 5 | Scoop

    Media Release - For Immediate Release NZ TRIO RETURNS HOME FOR A CLASSIC EXPLORATION INTO ARTS AND CULTURE ARTA3 - CITY GALLERY WELLINGTON Beloved by both classical and contemporary audiences across both New Zealand and around the world, NZTrio return home after wowing audiences in Denmark at the Aarhus Festival and Copenhagen, with an edgy programme for ArtA3 , playing in City Gallery Wellington's Hancock Gallery space on October 29, 2014. Kicking off the evening in daring fashion is Sciarrino's Piano Trio No.

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