THE FLENSBURGER FILES Glucksburg Castle
One of the jewels of the Holnis Peninsula, the Castle at Glucksburg, located on Lake Glucksburg near the town's city center, is the symbol of unity between Germany and Scandanavia. It is also the sym... Posted on 10/15/12 at 3:43 AM
CHEF JEFF Smørrebrød — A Taste of Denmark
I'm a fan of ethnic cooking. And although I have a long ways to go before coming close to sampling a majority of the food treasured by the different cultures of the world, my list is getting long... Posted on 5/14/09 at 9:06 AM
After an unsuccessful four-year search, Betty Braaten and daughter Diane Kinney had given up on their attempt to connect with relatives in Denmark. However, little did they know then that their relatives across the Atlantic Ocean also were searching for family members on websites.
Two men were found guilty today of involvement in an al-Qaida plot to attack a Danish newspaper that carictured the Prophet Muhammad, the first convictions under Norway's anti-terror laws. Investigators say the plot was linked to the same al-Qaida planners behind thwarted attacks against the New York subway system and a shopping mall Manchester, England, in 2009.
The United States has told Germany that evidence pulled from Osama bin Laden's hideout shows the terror chief was linked to a plot to attack targets in Europe last year, a senior German official told The Associated Press today.
Kimberly Dozier and Kirsten Grieshaber
, May 25, 2011
A recent trip to Denmark to learn more about that country’s efforts to develop a cellulosic ethanol industry cost North Dakota taxpayers about $10,400.A delegation of North Dakota government and energy officials and farm group representatives visited the Kalundborg cellulosic ethanol demonstration facility to determine whether a commercial-size factory can be built in North Dakota.
Applause, cheers and whoops of joy rang out at airports around the world today as airplanes gradually took to the skies after five days of being grounded by a volcanic ash cloud that has devastated European travel.
Fallout leaves NDSU researcher waiting, and waiting, to come home A North Dakota State University researcher has been stranded in Denmark since Friday because of the volcano eruptions in Iceland that have spewed broad streams of ash into the atmosphere, throwing international travel into turmoil.
Ash clouds from Iceland's spewing volcano disrupted air traffic across Europe today as authorities closed air space over Britain, Ireland and the Nordic countries. Tens of thousands of passengers were stranded as flights were canceled and it was not clear when it would be safe enough to fly again.
Denmark already has achieved significantly more in efficiency, renewable energy development and CO2 reductions than current U.S. federal energy and climate legislation now before Congress would require of us by 2020. And its economy is in much better shape than our own.
President Barack Obama and other world leaders took stalled climate talks into their own hands today, holding an emergency meeting to come up with a political agreement to salvage a conference marked by deep divisions between rich and poor countries.
Michael Casey and Seth Borenstein
, December 18, 2009
As hopes faded for a strong climate deal, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to put new life into flagging U.N. talks today by announcing the U.S. would join others in raising $100 billion a year by 2020 to help poorer nations cope with global warming.
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