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Topic - Denmark
The pink and white dogwood trees are beginning to bloom, marking the opening of the 34th annual Dogwood Festival in Denmark.
Denmark, just ranked as one of the happiest of countries by the United Nations, has now kicked off a campaign that will undoubtedly bolster its image even further on the world stage: Go forth and have sex.
A Danish zoo has defended its decision to kill two aging lions and two cubs, citing the risk of inbreeding and the arrival of a new male.
Denmark's ruling sports federation has suspended and fined three ice hockey players in the country's top league after they admitted to match-fixing in January.
Sweden eked out a 1-0 victory over the United States to end the American women's 43-game unbeaten run and deny them any chance of reaching the Algarve Cup final, which Germany reached on Friday after clinching its group.
England defender Kyle Walker has been ruled out of Wednesday's friendly against Denmark because of a groin injury.
Jermain Defoe retained his place in the England squad for the friendly against Denmark despite his impending move to Canada, but playing in Major League Soccer might harm his chances of making the World Cup.
The legacy of a blues musician is being recognized once again at a festival in the town of Denmark.
It's more a matter of principle than practicality, since there are no kosher or halal meat processing plants in Denmark, but the tiny nation's ban on religiously based ritual slaughter of animals for food has united Jews and Muslims in protest.
A spokeswoman says donations made to the Columbus Zoo in central Ohio in response to the killing of a giraffe in Denmark will be kept in a fund to help other threatened animals.
The curling world has been waiting for years for China's men's team to fulfil its rich potential.
Britain lavished 5 million pounds ($8.4 million) of government and lottery funding on its top curlers over this Olympic cycle, making them full-time athletes and providing extras such as sports psychologists and specialist coaches in a bid to secure gold medals in Sochi.
Celebrity zookeeper Jack Hanna says he's horrified that a Denmark zoo killed a healthy giraffe and fed it to lions, and he's working to save a second giraffe that may be killed at a different zoo there for similar reasons.
When Danish director Thomas Vinterberg wrote the script for "The Hunt" - one of this year's contenders for Best Foreign Language Film - he pictured a young Robert de Niro as the lonely teacher whose life crumbles because of an innocent lie.
Gabriel Axel, the first Dane to win an Oscar for best foreign film with "Babette's Feast" which he directed, has died at the age of 95.