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Denmark passes tough migrant law as Nordic refugee welcome dims

26 Jan 2016

COPENHAGEN Denmark's parliament passed measures on Tuesday aimed at deterring refugees from seeking asylum, including confiscating valuables to pay for their stay, despite protests from international human rights organisations.

Denmark to vote on tough migrant law as Nordic refugee welcome wanes

26 Jan 2016

COPENHAGEN The Danish parliament is set to pass measures on Tuesday to deter refugees from seeking asylum, including confiscating valuables to pay for their stay, despite protests from international human rights organisations.

Denmark considers moving migrants to camps outside cities

21 Jan 2016

COPENHAGEN Denmark is considering moving migrants into camps outside its towns and cities, a tactic that the anti-immigration Danish People's Party (DF) hopes will shift the focus of government immigration policy to repatriation rather than integration.

Danes, Swedes impose new border checks in fresh blow to open-frontier Europe

04 Jan 2016

COPENHAGEN/STOCKHOLM Denmark imposed temporary identity checks on its border with Germany on Monday following a similar move by Sweden, dealing a double blow to Europe's fraying passport-free Schengen area amid a record influx of migrants.

Danes, Swedes impose new border checks in fresh blow to open-frontier Europe

04 Jan 2016

COPENHAGEN/STOCKHOLM Denmark imposed temporary identity checks on its border with Germany on Monday following a similar move by Sweden, dealing a double blow to Europe's fraying passport-free Schengen area amid a record influx of migrants. | Video

Denmark rejects more EU laws in blow to integration

03 Dec 2015

COPENHAGEN The European Union, strained by a refugee crisis, security fears and popular disenchantment after years of economic doldrums, suffered another blow on Thursday when Danes voted to reject just a small step to further integrate with the bloc.

Denmark rejects more EU laws in blow to integration

03 Dec 2015

COPENHAGEN The European Union, strained by a refugee crisis, security fears and popular disenchantment after years of economic doldrums, suffered another blow on Thursday when Danes voted to reject just a small step to further integrate with the bloc.

Danes to vote in EU referendum amid confusion, trust issues

01 Dec 2015

COPENHAGEN Danes will decide on Thursday whether to give parliament the power to "opt-in" to certain European Union police and justice policies in a referendum that the "No" campaign has turned into a vote against the 28-member bloc.

Danes to vote in EU referendum amid confusion, trust issues

01 Dec 2015

COPENHAGEN Danes will decide on Thursday whether to give parliament the power to "opt-in" to certain European Union police and justice policies in a referendum that the "No" campaign has turned into a vote against the 28-member bloc.

Danes to vote in EU referendum amid confusion, trust issues

01 Dec 2015

COPENHAGEN Danes will decide on Thursday whether to give parliament the power to "opt-in" to certain European Union police and justice policies in a referendum that the "No" campaign has turned into a vote against the 28-member bloc.

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