Denmark grants its first licenses to store carbon deep under the North Sea
Denmark granted its first licenses for carbon capture and storage in the Danish part of the North Sea. The country expects to trap 13 million tons of carbon dioxide underground per year from 2030 with these licenses.Read More »
Lego in 2021 again increased profit as people stayed at home
Lego again recorded significant growth in profit for the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic that forced families to stay at home.Read More »
The story of Anom, the app used by criminals created by the F.B.I.
An international operation involving 16 countries used encrypted messages sent through Anom, an app secretly developed by the F.B.I.Read More »
With new immigration law, Denmark can outsource refugees
Denmark approved a law allowing it to relocate refugees while their cases are being processed. International community is concerned with this new anti-immigration move.Read More »
European countries victims of espionage by the U.S.
Denmark let the United States spy on political executives of Germany, France, Norway or Sweden between 2012 and 2014. The head of the Danish intelligence agency was dismissed in 2020 for failing to investigate indications of espionage.Read More »