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Bazar Vest: Denmark's unique Middle Eastern shopping centre

Denmark's glass ceilings: Refugees face daily battle against discrimination

This year UN’s Committee for Racial Discrimination report expressed concern about racism in Denmark. Experts claim that deep institutional discrimination takes place in the labour and property markets, and in the process of process of applying for citizenship. In Aarhus, many newly naturalized Danes find jobs or run businesses in Bazar Vest: a unique Middle Eastern shopping center.

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Christiania is the second most popular tourist attraction in Copenhagen.

Christiania – the Drug Capital of Denmark?

On 9 September the police seized cannabis-containing drugs with an estimated street value of 350,000 crones in Christiania, a self-proclaimed state in the heart of Copenhagen. Five days earlier, they had seized there drugs worth around a million crones. This struggle against drugs has been going on for over 40 years. For her latest article for OneEurope, Maria Karnaukhova has been investigating whether Christiania represents a huge problem for public authorities or is just a popular tourist attraction.

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Switzerland was found to be the happiest country in the world in 2015

The Happiest Countries in Europe

7 European countries are among the top 10 happiest countries in the world according to this year's UN's World Happiness Report.

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A man reacts next to flowers for the shooting victims outside the "Kruttoende" cultural centre in Copenhagen

The Copenhagen Shooting: Why Discussion and Debate Help Our Society

The indiscriminate shooting of innocent people in Copenhagen has left Europe in shock, but it is time to take a step back and take a broader look at what this means for our society.

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Doing Business 2015 Report

Ease of Doing Business Worldwide

Europe stands out despite the Eurocrisis!

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This infographic about public transit has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Public Transit Is Most Expensive in Scandinavia

Oslo has the most expensive public transport worldwide

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Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Survey: are Europeans affected by corruption?

Spain and Greece are the most corrupted countries in Europe, while Denmark is the least

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Bridging Europe - Scandinavia Gets Closer Thanks to The Fehmarn Belt

Bridging Europe - Scandinavia Gets Closer Thanks to The Fehmarn Belt

The Fehmarn Belt Fixed Link will provide fast access to Denmark, Sweden and Norway and vice versa.

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Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt

Will the Danish PM jump the sinking ship if opportunity presents itself?

Will the Danish prime minister, who in Denmark is considered more European than Danish, try to get out before the next general election?

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