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ISIS fueling soldiers with drug that makes them feel unstoppable

ISIS has allegedly been supplying its militants with a drug that makes them feel unstoppable. The drug Captagon creates an euphoric state where the user feels no pain, unbelievable strength and will not sleep for days.

Will Trump's newest verbal attack push away disabled voters?

Donald Trump is the current front runner in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. He is no stranger to controversy but current allegations of verbal abuse have created a media frenzy. Has he pushed himself into a corner by what some call flagrant verbal abuse?

Denmark's 'soft' model for deradicalising jihadists

Copenhagen - The Danish city of Aarhus has drawn global attention for its "soft-hands" approach to battling the radicalisation of young Muslims with social techniques used in gang exit strategies.

Copenhagen airport terminal evacuated over suspect bag

Copenhagen - Danish police arrested two men at Copenhagen's Kastrup Airport on Wednesday after they were overheard discussing a bomb in one of their bags, prompting the evacuation of the terminal, police said.

Up to 20,000 in Copenhagen vigil for Paris attack victims: Police

Copenhagen - Up to 20,000 people, among them Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, gathered for a candlelight vigil at the gates of the French embassy in Copenhagen Sunday to mourn the victims of the Paris attacks, police said.

Denmark tightens asylum rules further to deter migrants

Copenhagen - Denmark on Friday unveiled tough new measures to deter refugees from coming to the country, including police searches of asylum seekers' luggage for valuables and cash.

Study finds giving up Facebook can make you happier

Big Facebook user? Do you check your 'wall' daily? If so, according to a study from the independent think-tank 'The Happiness Institute' you might be happier if you shut your account down and give it up altogether.

Editor behind Denmark's Mohammed cartoons steps down

Copenhagen - The Danish editor who commissioned the Mohammed cartoons that triggered deadly protests a decade ago said Monday he was leaving the Jyllands-Posten newspaper to focus on his career as an author and political commentator.

Bindi Irwin must prove father's death via contract with DWTS

A judge in the L.A. Superior Court has ruled Bindi Irwin will not be paid for appearing on the show Dancing with the Stars until proof is provided of her father's death. Steve Irwin was best known as the Crocodile Hunter on Animal Planet.

France honours Danish victims of Islamist gunman

Copenhagen - France's ambassador to Copenhagen, who in February attended a free speech event targeted by an Islamist gunman, on Monday honoured two Danish men who were killed in the twin attacks.

Justin Bieber wins 5 MTV European Music Awards, sets record

The embattled Canadian singer Justin Bieber continued his journey back to the penthouse of pop music over the weekend in Milan, Italy. The Biebs won five MTV European Music Awards and in doing so set a new record for the most EMAs.

Danish F-16 jet crashes into North Sea after pilot ejects

Copenhagen - A Danish F-16 fighter jet crashed Tuesday off southwestern Denmark into the North Sea after faulty landing gear prompted the pilot to parachute to safety, Defence Command Denmark said."The pilot ...

Outrage as Danish zoo dissects lion in front of children

Copenhagen - A Danish zoo on Thursday dissected a lion in front of a group of children, in an educational event condemned as a "macabre spectacle" by animal rights groups but given a thumbs-up by many Danes.

Triple whammy threatens Eurozone Special

New York - Three recent crises — the Greek bailout, the surge of refugees and Russian intervention in Ukraine — have called into question the future of the European Union. All these crises involve boundaries – either building them up or tearing them down.

Wastewater may not trigger antibiotic resistance

Copenhagen - Some scientists have been concerned that wastewater, where bacteria and antibiotics mix, could be seeding an increase in antibiotic resistance. A new study puts forward evidence that this is not the case.

After giraffe, Danish children to watch lion dissection

Copenhagen - A Danish zoo said Thursday it would dissect a lion in front of children, undeterred by the international outrage that hit a Copenhagen zoo that last year did the same thing to a giraffe.

Danes demonstrate for 'decent treatment' of refugees

Copenhagen - Thousands of Danes braved chilly winds on Tuesday to march in Copenhagen for the "decent treatment of refugees" and to protest a decision by Denmark's rightwing government to slash benefits for refugees.

Denmark tightens citizenship requirements

Copenhagen - Denmark, which earlier this year slashed benefits for asylum seekers, said Monday it is making it more difficult to acquire citizenship in the Scandinavian country.

Nordic states fret over migrant threat to Schengen

Copenhagen - Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg on Saturday said she feared for Europe's borderless Schengen zone and urged countries to shore up their external frontiers in the face of the migrant crisis.

Denmark to probe removal of pro-Tibet demonstrators in 2012

Copenhagen - The Danish government said Friday it would investigate why police forcibly kept pro-Tibet activists from demonstrating and holding up Tibetan flags during a 2012 state visit of then Chinese president Hu Jintao.
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