Sweden received more than 160.000 applications for asylum last year.
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Alfred Rosenberg, the leading Nazi ideologue, kept a diary. The diary, which had been...
Mazen is the brother of the girl who has been writing her Diary from Damascus for Politiken. He has been en route as a refugee from Syria for two months. His life has been in danger and his future uncertain. But the journey has turned the boy who left Damascus into a man. Politiken has visited him somewhere in Sweden. His 17th home since he fled Syria.
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The Foreign Policy Committee has agreed to help the UN in Syria.
The news is all a lie and there is no debate. Such is the situation in China where the...
A Syrian woman writes from the bloody war in Syria. Today about her brothers' escape to Italy.
Ram Hiramic writes a diary from the heart of the Syrian war.
- Chapter 4: Love is the real casualty of war
- Chapter 3: A shady man says he can help my boyfriend find his mother and sisters
- UN looking for annual 100 green billions
- Chapter 2: Waiting in fear
- Chapter 1: By the way I think I am coming back to Syria.
- Intro: Diary from Damascus
- Exclusive: Politiken finds a Breda train that actually works
- Pirate can be prosecuted in Denmark
- Lars Løkke Rasmussen to produce receipts
- Vestas sells off six factories
- DSB: The air in our trains is polluted
- Greenpeace urges Foreign Minister on Russia
- Judges disagree with prison courts
- Vestas-Mitsubishi agreement in place
- Police appeal for anonymous letter-writer
- Commentators say letter is a bomb in tax case drama
- Strike may ground European air traffic
- EDITORIAL: Russia’s responsibility
- Danish Crown employees vote against wage re-investment
- Greenland’s new finance officer resigns after 2 days
- Danske Bank replaces new CEO
- Data authority questions Danske Bank mobile banking solution
- Left Socialists throw in the towel
- INTERVIEW with Helle Thorning-Schmidt on Syria
- Denmark gets its first minaret today
- Airport strike: Wait before going to Airport
- Kastrup departures hit by strike
- Tribunal’s critical Danish judge removed
- Danish whisky wins gold
- PM discusses Syria with allies
- Documentation: Read the open letter to David Cameron here
- Carlsberg applies to fire 130
- Vestas fires CEO
- Poles and Romanians immigrate most to Denmark
- Govt. & Crown Prince react to Russian gay law
Follow Ram Hiramics story from the syrian capital Damascus.
Intro Diary from Damascus
Chapter 2 Waiting in fear
Chapter 4 Love is the real casualty of war
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