Copenhagen

  • New Jersey Jul 4, 2019

    United Apologizes After Mother Says Airlines Put Son on Wrong International Flight

    A North Carolina mother says her 14-year-old son, who was traveling alone, almost ended up in the wrong country after he was put on the wrong connecting flight in Newark Liberty International Airport.

  • China Apr 23, 2019

    How Countries Around the World Are Dealing With Climate Change

    From trading recyclable items for transportation passes to requiring all public buses be electric, countries are thinking of creative ways to reduce carbon emissions. Climate change continues to threaten countries on every continent. Here is a look at what some of the top polluters and most eco-friendly countries are doing to try to curb their greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Europe Feb 22, 2019

    San Francisco Turns to Tech for New Tools to Fight Dirty Streets

    San Francisco is turning to a startup’s little black box to solve the problem of overflowing trash cans — a piece of the complicated puzzle that is city’s notoriously dirty streets.

  • Denmark Jan 3, 2019

    6 Die in Denmark's Worst Train Accident in 3 Decades

    Six passengers were killed when a Danish train crossed a bridge that had been closed to cars because of high wind Wednesday, and authorities investigated if falling cargo from a passing freight train caused Denmark’s deadliest railway accident in 30 years. Authorities said the two trains were traveling in opposite directions on the bridge linking s Denmark’s islands. Aerial TV...

  • NBC News Nov 26, 2018

    Giant Crater Believed to Be Hiding Under Greenland Ice

    Scientists say an impact crater bigger than Washington, D.C. is hiding beneath more than a half-mile of ice in Greenland, NBC News reported. The crater, which would be the first ever discovered under a continental ice sheet, is more than 19 miles wide and 1,000 feet deep. Researchers believe it formed “after ice began to cover Greenland, so younger than...

  • Instagram May 7, 2018

    G-Eazy Breaks Silence After Conviction in Sweden

    Following his arrest and conviction of assault, drug possession and resisting arrest in Sweden earlier this week, G-Eazy, who was born Gerald Gillum, is “grateful” to be a free man — so said the rapper on social media earlier today. On Friday, G-Eazy avoided jail time but was sentenced to two years probation and ordered to pay 80,000 krona (around...

  • Sweden May 3, 2018

    G-Eazy Arrested for Assault in Sweden

    G-Eazy has been arrested in Sweden. Video footage obtained by TMZ shows the “Him & I” rapper getting loaded into a police car in Stockholm, hours after performing in the city with his girlfriend, Halsey, on Wednesday night. TMZ reports that G-Eazy was partying in a club and “acting belligerent” when security approached the rapper to get him to calm...

  • defense lawyer Apr 25, 2018

    Danish Inventor Gets Life for Murdering Reporter on Submarine

    Danish submarine inventor Peter Madsen was found guilty Wednesday of torturing and murdering Swedish reporter Kim Wall before dismembering her body during a private submarine trip. He was sentenced to life in prison. Copenhagen City Court Judge Anette Burkoe said she and two jurors unanimously decided Wall’s death was a murder, finding Madsen also guilty of sexual assault and the...

  • France Mar 19, 2018

    Prince Henrik, Husband of Danish Monarch, Dies at Age 83

    Prince Henrik, the French-born husband of Danish monarch Queen Margrethe who publicly vented his frustration at not being the social equal of his wife or their son in line to become Denmark’s king, died late Tuesday. He was 83. He was diagnosed with dementia last year and his health has worsened recently. Henrik had been transferred earlier in the day...

  • defense lawyer Mar 8, 2018

    Danish Inventor Accused of Killing Journalist on Submarine ‘Has Psychopathic Tendencies,' Prosecutor Says as Trial Begins

    The Danish inventor accused of torturing and killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall during a private submarine trip before dismembering her body is an intelligent man “with psychopathic tendencies,” a Danish prosecutor said as the murder trial opened Thursday. Peter Madsen, 47, was standing trial at Copenhagen City Court accused of torturing Wall, 30, before he either cut her throat or...

  • defense lawyer Jan 16, 2018

    Danish Man Charged With Killing Reporter on His Submarine

    Inventor Peter Madsen was charged Tuesday with killing Swedish journalist Kim Wall during a trip on his private submarine, with prosecutors saying he either cut her throat or strangled her before dismembering her body and dumping it into the sea. Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen called the case “very unusual and extremely disturbing.” Madsen, 47, is charged with murder, dismemberment and indecent...

  • Copenhagen Oct 30, 2017

    Police: Danish Inventor Admits Dismembering Journalist

    She was a promising young journalist, tested in trouble spots throughout the world, reporting on a Danish inventor famed for building what was thought to be the world’s largest private submarine. The story seemed to present little danger, but it cost Kim Wall her life. The Swedish journalist’s dismembered, naked torso was found on a southern Copenhagen coast in late...

  • Donald Trump Oct 23, 2017

    World Mayors Pledge Emissions-Free Cities by 2030

    The mayors of London, Los Angeles, Paris and several other major world cities are pledging to ban gasoline and diesel vehicles from “large parts” of their cities by 2030. Some cities are moving even faster to reduce emissions, and the announcement Monday by leading metropolitan areas is a bid to encourage others to do the same.

  • Copenhagen Aug 22, 2017

    Danish Police Find Torso of Woman After Submarine Sinking

    The body of a woman has been found in the Baltic Sea near where a missing Swedish journalist is believed to have died on a privately built submarine, Danish police said late Monday. A female torso without legs, arms or a head was found by a passer-by, said the head of the investigation, Jens Moller Jensen. “We have recovered the...

  • Copenhagen Aug 17, 2017

    Danish Police Look for Body in Missing Journalist Case

    Copenhagen police said Thursday they are looking for a body in the case of a Swedish journalist missing since a trip on a home-built submarine. “It is our clear presumption that we are looking for a dead person,” Chief investigator Jens Moeller Jensen said. Moeller Jensen said in a YouTube clip released Thursday by the Copenhagen police that “we are...

  • Denmark Dec 27, 2016

    Flight Attendant Who Survived 33,000-Foot Fall Without a Parachute Dies at 66

    Vesna Vulovic, a Serbian stewardess who miraculously survived a plunge from 33,000 feet after her plane exploded in mid-air in 1972, died last week. She was 66. Serbia’s state TV said Saturday Vulovic was found dead by her friends in her apartment in Belgrade. The cause of death was not immediately known. Vulovic was working as a Yugoslav Airlines flight...

  • China Dec 13, 2015

    China's Efforts on Climate Deal Partly Down to Its Pollution

    China’s push for a global climate pact is partly because of its own increasingly pressing need to solve serious environmental problems, observers said Sunday.

  • Irvine Dec 13, 2015

    Mother Arrested After 8-Year-Old Twins Suspected to Be Kidnapped

    A woman has been arrested after she was suspected of abducting her 8-year-old twins from her estranged husband, Irvine police said Saturday.

  • Los Angeles Mar 11, 2015

    Proposed Helmet Law Draws Protest From Biking Advocates

    Sen. Carol Liu proposed Senate Bill 192 in February, a bill that mandates all riders wear headgear and reflective clothing at night. SB192 extends another law that has been in effect for more than 20 years and orders anyone under age 18 to wear helmets.

Contact Us