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Newspapers :

Copenhagen Post
Denmark's only English-language newspaper featuring Danish news.

Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Denmark’s oldest and largest electronic media enterprise.

Denmark.dk
Denmark's official international website. Provides news, articles, images, maps and facts on Danish business, politics, culture, government, history, media, entertainment, royal family, more.

Jyllands-Posten
News reports in English from the major Danish newspaper.

Borsen

Folkebladet Glostrup

Fyens Stiftstidende

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Jyllands_Posten

TV2 Bornholm

Albertslund Posten

Allerod Nyt

Ballerup Bladet

Birkerod Avis

Villabyerne

Arbejderen

Berlingske Tidende

Borsen

BT

City Avisen

Copenhagen Post

Den Bla Avis

DR Kobenhavn

Ekstra Bladet

Information

Kristeligt Dagblad

Mandag Morgen

Metro Xpress

Okonomisk Ugebrev

Politiken

Sondagsavisen

TV2 Lorry

Weekend Avisen

Valby Bladet

Fureso Avis

Uge Nyt Fredensborg

Frederikssund Avis

Gladsaxe Bladet

Folkebladet

Hillerod Posten

Rudersdal Avis

Ugebladet

Det Gronne Omrade

Rodovre Lokal Nyt

Bornholms Tidende

DR Bornholm

Bagsvaerd Soborg Bladet

Lokalavisen Ugenyt

Lokalavisen Taastrup

Tarnby Bladet

Hareskov Vaerlose Avis

Arhus Onsdag

Arhus Stiftstidende

DR Ostjylland

Lokalavisen Arhus

TV2 Ostjylland

Lokalavisen Arhus

Lokalavisen Arhus

Lokalavisen Arhus

Lokalavisen Arhus

Brande Bladet

Grenaa Bladet

Lokalavisen Norddjurs

Favrskov Posten

Hedensted Avis

Herning Folkeblad

DR Midt og Vest

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Lokalavisen

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Horsens Folkeblad

Ikast Avis

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Odder Avis

Randers Amtsavis

Adresseavisen

Samso Posten

Midtjyllands Avis

Lokalavisen Skanderborg

Skive Folkeblad

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Torring Folkeblad

Tuno Avis

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Nordjyske Stiftstidende

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Aars

Rold Skov Bladet

Hadsund Folkeblad

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Holbaek Amts Venstreblad

Netavisen Sjaelland

Kalundborg Folkeblad

Lordags Avisen

Lollands Posten

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Sjaellandske

Extra Posten

Lolland Falsters Folketidende

Ugeavisen Guldborgsund

Roskilde Avis

Stevnsbladet

TV2 Ost

Aabenraa Ugeavis

Der Nordschleswiger

DR Syd

Lokal Avisen

Omrade Avisen Nordfyn

Ejby Tordagsavisen

Jydske Vestkysten

Fredericia Dagblad

Haderslev Ugeavis

Kolding Ugeavis

TV2 Syd

Lokalavisen Nyborg

DR Fyn

Fyens Stiftstidende

TV2 Fyn

Uge Avisen

Skaerbaek Avis

Fyns Amts Avis

Vejen Avis

DR Trekanten






- Denmark (in Danish, Danmark), officially realm of Denmark, country of the northwest of Europe, lined in the North by Skagerrak, a strait between the North Sea and Norway, in the East by Kattegat and resund, in the South by the Baltic Sea, the strait of Fehmarn and Germany, on the West by the North Sea. Denmark possesses two territories in the Atlantic Ocean the North: Faeroes and Greenland. These lands, which became Danish ownership in the end of XIV-th century, benefit from a status of autonomy, respectively since 1948 and 1979. Denmark strictly speaking has a surface of 43 094 km2. The capital of the country is Copenhagen