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Frans Nielsen Wants To Put 2020 Behind Him

from Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News, Let’s face it: For both Nielsen and the Red Wings, 2020 was a dud. “It was a tough year,” Nielsen said from his native Denmark, after helping put his kids to bed and thinking about the past season past and the season ahead (whenever that'll be). From a team perspective, the Red Wings finished last in the NHL and won just 17 of 71 games (17-49-5). The Wings weren't very good — and Nielsen didn't help. Nielsen had, statistical...
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"Many Danes believe children should not be shielded from the realities of life, giving them a lot of unsupervised time to play and explore, even if they might hurt themselves."

"'We recognize the significance of a bruise,' said Sofie Münster, a nationally recognized expert in 'Nordic Parenting.' 'Danish parenting generally favors exposing children rather than shielding them.' One famous example of how far the Danes take this philosophy was the euthanization and dissection of a giraffe at the Copenhagen Zoo in 2014, where children observed from the front row.... A children’s program featuring naked adults might be taking the Danish approach to the extreme, she admitted....
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TIFF 2020: 'Another Round' is One of Thomas Vinterberg's Best Films

"The world is never as you expect." That's the truth, even when we don't want it to be. Originally selected as a 2020 Cannes Film Festival premiere (before that fest was cancelled this year), Thomas Vinterberg's latest film is instead premiering at the 2020 Toronto Film Festival this fall. Another Round brings Vinterberg back home to Denmark and reteams him with exceptionally talented Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen to tell a story about drinking alcohol. Druk is the film's original Danish title, ...
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Prince Joachim of Denmark starts new job following emergency surgery

The Danish palace shared a new photo on Instagram of Prince Joachim back at work on...
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Coronavirus live news: Iran in grip of 'third wave' of Covid pandemic; Israel begins second lockdown

New infections in Iran pass more than 3,000 a day again; Israel enters unpopular new lockdown ahead of Jewish holidaysCovid cases pass 30m worldwide as Biden offers vaccine reality checkMutant virus: should we be worried that Sars-CoV-2 is changing ?Madrid’s poor suffer as Covid-19 takes hold againTest and trace: how do countries compare?UK coronavirus updates – live 2.25pm BST Scientists tracking the virus have uncovered a major mutation, but it may not be as scary as it sounds, writes Laur...
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Crown Princess Mary gets fans talking with this one detail in her home office

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark has revealed a rare glimpse inside her lavish home office on...
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'Viking' was likely a job title among diverse people, says DNA study

A team of international researchers spent years analyzing the DNA of 442 people, most of whom lived during the Viking age.It's the largest DNA analysis of Viking remains to date.The results show that Vikings were more genetically diverse than previously thought. In the late 8th century, a seafaring people from modern-day Scandinavia began to earn the name víkingr, which meant "pirate" in early Scandinavian languages. Today, Vikings are often thought of as barbaric blonde-haired invaders who vio...
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Denmark: Coronavirus: Agreement On New Work Distribution Scheme Reached In Denmark - lus Laboris

The Danish Government and the social partners recently reached a tripartite agreement to establish a new temporary work distribution scheme in order to prevent dismissals.
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Sex and gender not receiving enough attention in COVID-19 trials

Researchers in Denmark and the Netherlands have conducted a study showing that sex and gender are not being adequately considered in clinical trials investigating severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) and the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
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Apple's 'Environmental Obligations Are Not Taken Seriously Enough,' Say British Lawmakers

After failing to appear before British lawmakers, Apple has been accused of not taking its environmental obligations seriously enough, particularly on e-waste, reports Bloomberg. Apple CEO Tim Cook was asked to appear before the Environmental Audit Select Committee of the House of Commons, but failed to respond before a September 4 deadline. Apple was previously asked to put forward a representative to speak on its behalf in July, but it canceled at short notice. The committee mainly examine...
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Coronavirus live news: Netherlands hits record of new daily cases; Denmark's R number at 1.5

Dutch infections rise by 1,379 in 24 hours; rise in cases in Denmark; global deaths pass 925,000 as cases near 30mCovid cases near 30m; China expects vaccine in NovemberForeign Covid workers in France to be fast-tracked for nationalityWorld map: which countries have the most cases and deaths?See all our coronavirus coverage 2.05pm BST As cases continue to rise in the Netherlands, the Dutch government has said it will maintain heavy public spending in an effort to counter the losses from the ...
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Coronavirus live news: Denmark's R number at 1.5; global cases near 30m

Rise in cases in Denmark; global deaths pass 925,000; WHO warns of more deaths in European autumn; India’s death toll goes past 80,000Covid cases near 30m; China expects vaccine in NovemberForeign Covid workers in France to be fast-tracked for nationalityWorld map: which countries have the most cases and deaths?See all our coronavirus coverage 12.31pm BST Millions of school students in Pakistan have returned to classes after schools and colleges were closed for six months due to the coronavi...
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After decades of climate change, 42 square miles of ice broke away from the largest remaining Arctic shelf and shattered

A composite image showing the Spalte glacier in 2013 and 2020 Copernicus data/ESA/Sentinel-2B/Promice/Business Insider A huge piece of ice broke off the Arctic's largest shelf, Nioghalvfjerdsfjorden, in northeast Greenland, this year. The broken section, known as the Spalte Glacier, now floats in pieces. The event has been connected to climate change and record temperature rises in the region in the last couple of years. Satellite images show how the Spalte Glacier shrank and weakened at a...
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Denmark: Control Measures: Danish Data Regulator Focuses On Duty To Provide Information And Transparency - lus Laboris

The Danish Data Protection Agency recently completed five inspections focused on employers' duty to provide sufficient information when using control measures towards employees.
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New insight into how muscles and fat cells work together to make you more fit

Scientists in Denmark and Brazil find evidence of muscle and adipose cross-talk and gain new insight into the importance of adipose DICER in the adaptive response of muscle to exercise training
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WSL: Pernille Harder scores first WSL goal for Chelsea against Bristol City

Watch Denmark international Pernille Harder score her first WSL goal for Chelsea with a brilliant backheel.
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WSL: Pernille Harder scores her first WSL goal for Chelsea against Bristol City

Watch Denmark international Pernille Harder score a brilliant first WSL goal as Chelsea thrash Bristol City 9-0.
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Irish trio make weekend in ANA Inspiration; first Major cut made for Mehaffey

Stephanie Meadow. Credit @INPHO/Morgan Treacy Stephanie Meadow followed an excellent opening 70 with a 71 to share 22nd place as Leona Maguire and amateur Olivia Mehaffey survived the halfway cut in the  ANA Inspiration at Mission Hills Country Club in California.Starting on the back nine, the Galgorm Castle touring professional opened with 10 straigh...
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Fast Start, Fast Finish

It certainly didn't take long for Haji Wright to get off the mark with new side SønderjyskE. The summer catch used both speed and strength to cap their 2-0 Superliga opening day win over FC Midtjylland on Friday night.- Greg Seltzer [Author: Greg Seltzer]
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The US is going backward in terms of social progress, a global survey shows

Inequality in the US is rising, a new report found. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images When it comes to social progress, the US is slipping behind other developed countries.  The 2020 Social Progress Index, which measures maternal mortality rate, corruption, and education, found the US is declining both in absolute terms and relative to its highly industrialized peers in overall wellbeing and equality.  In addition to Brazil and Hungary, the US is the only country that's declined since the index...
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Danish household SARS-CoV-2 study shows low transmission from children

Using data from the national register in Denmark, researchers studied how likely persons infected with the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) transmit it within their households. The study found additional household members tested positive in 17% of cases after one person in the household was infected. The research is published on the preprint server medRxiv in September 2020.
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Meadow just four shots off pace in ANA Inspiration

Stephanie Meadow Stephanie Meadow closed with a birdie card and opening 70 and trail leader Nelly Korda by just four shots after the first round of the ANA Inspiration at Mission Hills in southern California.As Leona Maguire opened with a one-over 73 to share 57th and Olivia Mehaffey shot a 77 to lie 94th, Meadow birdie the fourth, sixth and 11th to m...
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Popular European access points and travel corridors for third-country nationals

Business aviation travel to Europe by third-party nationals not on the EC Safe List  continues to rise month-over-month, as operators take advantage of a growing number of popular European access points and “travel corridors.” Despite the tightening of the EC’s Safe List, which has been reduced by a third since its initial publishing, more flights with third-country nationals are getting into more European countries – particularly from the U.S. At first glance, the increase in traffic appears co...
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Denmark: Right To Extended Period Of Sick Leave Benefits For Employees At Special Risk From Covid-19 In Denmark - lus Laboris

Political agreement has been reached on extension of the period of sick leave benefits for employees who are either at higher risk of Covid-19 infection or are relatives of a person in the higher risk group.
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Denmark to open embassy in Baghdad

Denmark said on Thursday it plans to open an embassy in Baghdad this autumn as part of its efforts to help combat Islamic State and contribute to the stabilization of the situation in both Iraq and Syria. "With our commitment, we help to ensure that Islamic State doesn't once again gain a foothold in the region and thus the opportunity to threaten Europe and Denmark," Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod said in a statement. Denmark will use its representation to strengthen the dialogue with Iraq in a...
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Michael Essien takes coaching role at Denmark’s Nordsjaelland

Copenhagen (AFP) – Former Chelsea and Ghana star Michael Essien has joined the coaching staff at Danish top-flight side FC Nordsjaelland, the club announced on Wednesday. “He has agreed to be part of the club’s... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Danish killer confesses to murder of Kim Wall for first time

Peter Madsen, handed life sentence in 2018 for murder of Swedish journalist, makes confession in TV documentaryThe Danish inventor Peter Madsen, who was in 2018 for the killing of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, has confessed to the crime for the first time, in a television documentary.The 49-year-old, found guilty of premeditated murder, aggravated sexual assault and desecrating a corpse, had insisted during the trial that Wall’s death, on Madsen’s homemade submarine in August 2o17, was an a...
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Massive crash in Stage 10 of Tour de France

Multiple riders were taken down in a huge crash during Tuesday's Stage 10 of the Tour de France.  The riders that went down included American Neilson Powless, Latvia's Toms Skujins, Denmark's Caspar Pedersen and Robert Gesink of the Netherlands. A large group of over 50 riders were heading along a straightaway at about 55 kph when a couple of bikes bumped wheels, setting off a chain reaction that led to several riders being knocked over.   No word as to the condition of the rider...
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‘We shouldn’t be playing’ – Southgate questions pre-season start to Nations League

Copenhagen (AFP) – England manager Gareth Southgate said Nations League matches should not have gone ahead during pre-season for most major European leagues after his side laboured to a 0-0 draw away to Denmark on... Visit for the rest of the story.
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