- The Latest: Black boxes found in Norwegian helicopter crash Updated: Apr-29-16 1:57 pm
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - The Latest on the crash of a helicopter on an island off western Norway (all times local):
- Report: Lego denial of Ai Weiwei order due to mistake Updated: Apr-28-16 11:18 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, whose family owns the Lego group, says "an internal mistake" led the company to deny a bulk order last year from Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei, who wanted toy bricks for an exhibition in Australia.
- Lego's founding family in leadership handover Updated: Apr-28-16 5:21 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - The family that founded and owns Lego, the maker of the popular multi-colored toy building bricks, is reshuffling its top leadership to create a "smooth handover of active ownership to the next generation."
- Danes face smuggling charges for giving migrants a lift Updated: Apr-27-16 6:14 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Already under fire for ordering police to seize jewelry from asylum-seekers, Denmark is seeing its humanitarian credentials once again being questioned as it presses smuggling charges against people who gave migrants a ride to neighboring Sweden.
- Statoil swings to Q1 profit partly offset by cost cuts Updated: Apr-27-16 4:42 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil ASA has swung to a profit of $611 million in the first quarter as reduced costs helped offset low crude prices.
- Danish group says abducted Angola employee freed Updated: Apr-26-16 10:18 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Danish shipping and energy group A.P. Moller-Maersk says an employee in Angola has been released unharmed, four days after he was abducted.
- Norway appeals ruling that Breivik's rights were violated Updated: Apr-26-16 9:35 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Norway's government on Tuesday filed an appeal against the Oslo district court's ruling that Norwegian authorities had violated the human rights of mass killer Anders Behring Breivik.
- German is suspected of blackmailing Czech govt with a toxin Updated: Apr-16-16 8:33 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - A Swedish prosecutor says a 27-year-old German doctoral student is suspected of blackmailing the Czech government by sending an undisclosed toxic substance he had acquired over the Internet.
- Scientists: Greenland ice sheet is melting freakishly early Updated: Apr-13-16 6:24 pm
WASHINGTON - Greenland's massive ice sheet this week started melting freakishly early thanks to a weather system that brought unseasonably warm temperatures and rain, scientists say.
- Intuition helps humans beat computers in thorny physics game Updated: Apr-13-16 1:20 pm
BERLIN - Computers may have us beat at chess and checkers, but new research suggests our brains still have an edge when it comes to solving certain tricky problems thanks to a very human trait: intuition.
- 4 men suspected of joining Islamic State group are jailed Updated: Apr-08-16 11:37 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Four men have been jailed in pre-trial detention for four weeks, suspected of having claimed allegiance to the Islamic State group under Denmark's terror laws.
- Norwegian drilling rig owner criticized over fatal accident Updated: Apr-08-16 7:40 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Authorities in Norway say a drilling rig had breached two safety regulations when a huge wave slammed into the offshore platform's living quarters last year, killing one and injuring four.
- Denmark's Lukas Graham makes US mark with '7 Years' Updated: Apr-07-16 10:04 am
LOS ANGELES - Lukas Graham Forchhammer has an American dream. The Danish singer-songwriter from the pop-soul band Lukas Graham has topped charts in Europe and Australia, but he always hoped to reach audiences in the United States.
- Norway: 2 arrested in connection with 2009 Munch art heist Updated: Apr-06-16 10:18 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - Two men have been arrested and jailed for four weeks in connection with the 2009 theft of a valuable work by Edvard Munch from an Oslo art dealer, Norwegian police said Wednesday.
- No valuables seized from migrants in Denmark under new law Updated: Apr-05-16 9:52 am
COPENHAGEN, Denmark - A law passed in Denmark two months ago that requires refugees and other migrants to hand over valuables worth more than 10,000 kroner ($1,500) has not resulted to a single seizure, police said Tuesday.