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One high-performing foreign student left Denmark on Thursday and another facing the same fate soon. Their crime? Working too much. Marius Youbi, an international student at Aarhus University who has achieved national fame since his case hit the media last month, has returned his native Cameroon after being kicked out of Denmark. Youbi, who received […]

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Danish travel agency Spies Travel is once again trying to convince the country’s citizens to have more sex—by taking more trips. (Traveling, you see, makes couples more intimate, according to research.) But while the company’s memorable 2014 ad had a patriotic theme—urging Danes to travel, and thus have more sex, and thus have more babies, […]

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Integration Minister Inger Støjberg has secured the necessary support for her plan to make it more difficult to become a Dane, she said on Monday. The Venstre government on Monday reached an agreement with four other political parties on what it described as an historic agreement on new citizenship requirements. The integration minister announced that […]

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The Danish government is considering changes to the nation’s citizenship laws that may make it harder to get citizenship in the future and pull the rug out from under 1,950 foreigners who have already satisfied the current requirements. Some 1,950 foreigners who were due to receive citizenship in October with the passage of Denmark’s next […]

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New rightwing government confirms ‘checks in the border areas’ to combat illegal immigration and smuggling, that will not violate free travel agreement.   Denmark plans to reimpose border controls while sticking to the rules of the EU’s open-border Schengen agreement, the country’s new foreign minister told his German counterpart on Tuesday. “We will suggest something […]

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