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Fake Covid-19 Vaccine Certificates Are Being Advertised On the Dark Web

Criminals have been selling fake vaccine certificates online and may be able to fool an EU system designed to verify the certificates' validity, researchers warn. BankInfoSecurity reports: [A] report released last week, "COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates in the Dark Web," which has not yet been peer-reviewed, notes that some darknet markets continue to sell supposed vaccine certificates for use in multiple countries. Four researchers - Dimitrios Georgoulias, Jens Myrup Pedersen, Morten Falch, Em...
Tags: Australia, France, Russia, Tech, Eu, United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Denmark, Copenhagen Denmark, Aalborg University, BankInfoSecurity, COVID, Brazil Canada Mexico, Cyber Security Group


In 'Flee,' an Afghan Refugee's Tale in Vivid Animation

The documentary “Flee” uses animation to tell the true tale of a refugee's journey from Afghanistan to Denmark, vividly rendering a kind of story usually only filtered through blunter mediums like journalism and traditional documentary.
Tags: Afghanistan, Denmark


Flee Review: Animated Documentary Paints A Refugee Tale More Vivid And Sharp Than Reality

Jonas Poher Rasmussen was 15 when he first saw a timid-looking Afghani boy on his local train ride to school. The boy, Amin, caught his attention for a number of reasons: In his sleepy Danish town in the 1980s, there weren't a lot of Afghani people at all, let alone teens who appeared to be living on their own. But he was most struck by Amin's style — cool, edgy, and bold, as if to dare you to look at him, at a time when immigrants dare not be noticed. It was these things that led Poher Rasmusse...
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Russia, Afghanistan, Paris, Kabul, Denmark, Amin, Jean Claude Van Damme, Van Damme, Anil Kapoor, Perestroika, Jonas Poher Rasmussen, Poher Rasmussen, Poher Rasmssen


Snowstorm in Denmark traps dozens in Ikea showroom – video

Dozens of people were trapped in an Ikea showroom when a storm dumped 30cm of snow in northern Denmark.After the Aalborg showroom closed, it turned into a vast bedroom after six customers and about two dozen employees who had been left stranded by the snowstorm were forced to spend the night in the storeTrapped in Ikea: snowstorm in Denmark forces dozens to bed down in store Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Snow, Ikea, Denmark, Extreme Weather, Aalborg


The world's largest shipping company said it's giving away $80 million in bonuses to employees as it sets to make record profits this year

You've probably bought something that travelled on a Maersk ship this year.Md Manik/SOPA Images/LightRocket Maersk said it will give $1,000 each to about 80,000 employees worldwide. The Danish shipping giant posted its most profitable quarter in its 117-year history last month. Maesk is set to report the biggest profit in Danish corporate history. Maersk — the world's largest shipping company — said it will reward its employees with a $1,000 cash bonus each as the Copenhagen-based fir...
Tags: Transportation, Trends, Bloomberg, Shipping, Denmark, Copenhagen, Containers, Maersk, Soren Skou, Shipping Crisis, Employee bonuses, Huileng Tan, Md Manik SOPA Images LightRocket Maersk, Maesk, Borsen, Mikkel Emil Jensen


Milan’s Kjaer suffers knee ligament damage

Milan (AFP) – Simon Kjaer is expected to be out for months after AC Milan announced on Thursday the Denmark centre-back had damaged ligaments is in left knee. Kjaer was stretchered off early on in... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Milan, Sport, Soccer, Denmark, Ac Milan, Afp, Simon Kjaer, Kjaer


Christian Eriksen training at Danish club Odense Boldklub as he continues recovery from cardiac arrest

Christian Eriksen is training at the Danish club where he played as a youth footballer as the Denmark midfielder continues his recovery from a cardiac arrest he suffered at Euro 2020.
Tags: Cnn, Denmark, Christian Eriksen, Odense Boldklub


Europe: COVID Travel Restrictions

Europe COVID 19 Flight Restrictions Dec. 2, 2021 Summary info only. Detailed intelligence available – Pre-arrival testing requirements, health forms, quarantine details, local curfews, and scenario-specific info have been omitted from this overview. Ask your Universal Trip Support team for a Feasibility Guide to get detailed intelligence for your destination of interest. Travelers from outbreak & variant virus hotspots – Many countries are restricting entry for travelers who ha...
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Trapped in Ikea: snowstorm in Denmark forces dozens to bed down in store

Six customers and about two dozen staff spent the night in the bed department after a foot of snow fellA showroom in northern Denmark turned into a vast bedroom after six customers and about two dozen employees were stranded by a snowstorm and forced to spend the night in the store.Up to 30 centimeters (12 inches) of snow fell, trapping the customers and employees when the department store in Aalborg closed on Wednesday evening. Continue reading...
Tags: Ikea, Denmark, Aalborg


Denmark’s Eriksen back in training after Euro heart-attack

Copenhagen (AFP) – Christian Eriksen took part in his first training session since an on-pitch heart-attack while playing for Denmark at the Euros, Danish media reported on Thursday. Eriksen’s plight shook the football world in... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Denmark, Copenhagen, Christian Eriksen, Afp, Eriksen


Christian Eriksen issues update after Euro2020 cardiac arrest

Eriksen suffers worrying collapse at Euro 2020 Inter Milan and Denmark star Christian Eriksen had the world watching when he collapsed during Denmark’s Euro 2020 opener back in June. After receiving a throw-in in the clash between his side and Finland, Eriksen collapsed, to the horror of all of those crowded into the stadium. Medics were quick onto the scene as Kacspar Schmeichel consoled his wife. Simon Kjaer started the CPR process that helped save Christian Eriksen’s life when he suffered ...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Finland, Denmark, Christian Eriksen, Inter Milan, Ballon, Eriksen, Ralph Rangnick, Simon Kjaer, Odense Boldklub, Kacspar Schmeichel


Christian Eriksen: Inter Milan midfielder training alone at Odense Boldklub in Denmark

Christian Eriksen is training alone at the club he represented as a teenager as he continues to recover from suffering a cardiac arrest.
Tags: Football, Denmark, Christian Eriksen, Inter Milan, Odense Boldklub


Christian Eriksen: Inter Milan midfielder training with Odense Boldklub in Denmark

Christian Eriksen is training alone at the club he represented as a teenager as he continues to recover from suffering a cardiac arrest.
Tags: Football, Denmark, Christian Eriksen, Inter Milan, Odense Boldklub


In Denmark, a Snow Storm Means People Overnight in an IKEA

In northern Denmark, six stranded customers and about two dozen employees spent the night in a IKEA furniture store, sleeping in the beds that are usually on show.
Tags: Ikea, Denmark


Denmark's Central Bank Urges Tighter Lending Rules to Homeowners

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Denmark's central bank on Thursday renewed calls for a tightening of mortgage lending rules, saying some home owners are...
Tags: Denmark, Copenhagen, Central Bank, Reuters Denmark


Dr. Oz penned an op-ed about why he is running to be a senator from Pennsylvania. He only said the state's name once in the entire column.

Dr. Oz visits "Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner" at Fox News Channel Studios on March 09, 2020 in New York City.Roy Rochlin/Getty Images Television personality Dr. Oz announced he was running for US Senate in swing-state Pennsylvania. He wrote an op-ed for the Washington Examiner about his run, but only mentioned the state once in the entire column. In the op-ed, Oz did not explain why he wants to represent Pennsylvania but slammed federal COVID-19 policies. Celebrity physician Dr. M...
Tags: Politics, Senate, New York City, US, America, Trends, Pennsylvania, Gop, Connecticut, New Jersey, Denmark, US Senate, Donald Trump, Dr. Oz, Philadelphia Inquirer, Montgomery County


Dr. Oz penned an op-ed about why he is running to be a senator from Pennsylvania. He only said the commonwealth's name once in the entire column.

Dr. Oz visits "Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner" at Fox News Channel Studios on March 09, 2020 in New York City.Roy Rochlin/Getty Images Television personality Dr. Oz announced he was running for US Senate in swing-state Pennsylvania. He wrote an op-ed for the Washington Examiner about his run, but only mentioned the commonwealth once in the entire column. In the op-ed, Oz did not explain why he wants to represent Pennsylvania but slammed federal COVID-19 policies. Celebrity physicia...
Tags: Politics, Senate, New York City, US, America, Trends, Pennsylvania, Gop, Connecticut, New Jersey, Denmark, US Senate, Donald Trump, Dr. Oz, Philadelphia Inquirer, Montgomery County


Denmark's Coronavirus Epidemic Is 'More 'Stable', Health Minister Says

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The coronavirus epidemic in Denmark is showing signs of stabilising, the country's health minister said on Tuesday, citing...
Tags: Denmark, Copenhagen, Reuters


Lego gives its 20,000 employees three days extra holiday after profits rise 140%

Pandemic lockdowns and continued expansion in China helped the Danish company to continue building its global toy empireLego, the world’s largest toymaker, has awarded its 20,000 employees three extra days of holiday and a special bonus after a year of bumper revenues.The succession of pandemic-forced lockdowns has seen demand for Lego’s signature plastic bricks soar alongside a rapid expansion in China. Continue reading...
Tags: Business, China, Lego, Denmark


Crown Princess Mary's Christmas plans confirmed ahead of milestone celebration

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark's plans for the festive season...
Tags: Denmark, Mary, Frederik


Study shows plasmacytoid dendritic cells may be a viable target for protection against SARS-CoV-2

A recent research paper by scientists from Denmark reveals that circulating plasmacytoid dendritic cells may be a potential therapeutic target to maintain desired levels of an antiviral compound known as interferon, allowing for the mitigation of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) severity. The study is currently available on the bioRxiv* preprint server while it undergoes peer review.
Tags: Health, Denmark


The Danish Cancer Society and TrygFonden: Monument of Shame

Denmark has set a world record, but no one wants to take responsibility for it. Denmark has the world’s youngest first-time smokers. Therefore, in a new campaign, The Danish Cancer Society erects a monument of shame to commemorate it. It’s called The Smoking Child, and it is the first monument of shame on Danish ground in centuries. It will travel around Denmark, until Denmark is no longer in first place, and can pass it on to another country. ...
Tags: Advertising, Denmark, Danish Cancer Society


Climate activists say they blockaded 15 Amazon sites in 3 countries on Black Friday, using huge bamboo structures to prevent access for trucks

An Extinction Rebellion protester outside an Amazon warehouse in Bristol, UK.Alex Street Extinction Rebellion blockaded 15 Amazon facilities in Europe on Friday, the activist group said. The group said Amazon's "environmentally destructive business practices" were behind the protest. Extinction Rebellion said it plans to keep protesting for at least 48 hours. Climate change activism group Extinction Rebellion said it blockaded 15 Amazon sites in the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands on Bla...
Tags: Amazon, Black Friday, Europe, UK, England, News, Protest, Climate Change, Trends, Bbc, Manchester, Retail, Denmark, Telegraph, Greenpeace, Jeff Bezos


Denmark: Infringing Competition Law Is No Child's Play - Significant Fines For RPM In Denmark - Bird & Bird

In addition, a member of management of the company has accepted to pay a personal fine of DKK 100,000.
Tags: News, Denmark, Denmark Bird


Finland plans to let workers see what their colleagues earn in order to reduce the gender pay gap, and one leading expert says it could help people negotiate pay rises

Helsinki, Finland.Lingxiao Xie / Getty Images Finland announced proposals to let workers know how much their colleagues earn. Ministers hope that the extra transparency will help to reduce the country's gender pay gap.  Some studies suggest that being open about pay can improve pay equality,  Politicians in Finland have proposed a bill that would let workers see how much their colleagues earn.Equality minister Thomas Blomqvist told Reuters that the proposed policy aims to reduce Finland&#...
Tags: UK, Colorado, US, Trends, Finland, Denmark, Office Of National Statistics, Sevilla, Rhode Island, University College London, Reuters, Stephen Jones, Thomas Blomqvist, Almudena Sevilla, Helsinki Finland Lingxiao Xie Getty Images Finland, Royal Economic Society Women s Committee


UK: Post-COP26: Scotland In Talks To Join Beyond Oil And Gas Alliance (BOGA) - Marks & Clerk

I previously discussed how the governments of Denmark and Costa Rica are spearheading the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance which aims to fix a date to phase out fossil fuel production effectively, setting a hard deadline for the energy transition.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Denmark, Costa Rica, Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance


Denmark Seeks Support to Reintroduce Face Mask Use

Denmark’s government says it will seek support in parliament to reintroduce mandates for wearing face masks in public places amid a rise in coronavirus cases.
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Denmark's Government Suggests Reintroducing Mandatory Face Mask Usage

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Denmark's government on Wednesday proposed reintroducing mandatory face mask usage on public transport, in shops and in the...
Tags: Denmark, Copenhagen, Reuters Denmark


Arsenal youngster set to be gradually integrated into first-team this season

Arsenal are reportedly set to integrate an 18-year-old into their first-team this season. Arsenal to integrate youngster into first-team The player in question, as per football.london, is Mika Biereth:Mika Biereth will be gradually integrated into the Arsenal first-team this season, with a view to going out on loan next seasonUnlike recent young stars to have broken into Arsenal’s first-team such as Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe, Biereth is not a product of Arsenal’s Hale End academy.Inst...
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Manchester City, Paris, Arsenal, Denmark, Leicester City, Fulham, Europa League, Blackburn, Alexandre Lacazette, Legia Warsaw, Arteta, Eddie Nketiah, Nketiah


Svitzer to convert London and Medway tug fleets to marine biofuel following pilot

In Denmark, Svitzer, leading global towage operator and part of A.P. Moller-Maersk, has announced that after conducting a successful pilot, it will convert its whole fleet of 10 tugs in London and Medway to be powered by marine biofuel. Replacing marine fuel oil with the carbon neutral biofuel enables Svitzer to offer a new towage solution – Ecotow – to its customers, unlocking about 90% CO2 reduction in Scope 3 emissions from their towage operations. The company is offering Ecotow both directly...
Tags: London, Thames, Denmark, Medway, Moller Maersk, Fuels, Marine Biofuel, Svitzer, Ecotow, fleet Initially Svitzer