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Denmark Orders Mink Population Culled After Coronavirus Mutation

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After it became clear that his neighborhood would be targeted as part of a sweeping plan to rid the country of immigrant-heavy areas officially designated as "ghettos," Asif Mehmood and 11 of his neighbors filed a lawsuit against the Danish government. Sidsel Overgaard/NPR hide caption

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Facing Eviction, Residents Of Denmark's 'Ghettos' Are Suing The Government

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Denmark Reopens Some Schools But Not Everyone Is Pleased

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People walk in Frederiksberg Gardens in Copenhagen, Denmark, on March 28. Philip Davali/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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People gathered on a square in central Stockholm on Thursday. Janerik Henriksson/TT News Agency/AFP via Getty Ima hide caption

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Brondby fans scuffle with police during a match between the Copenhagen and Brondby soccer teams at Copenhagen's Telia Parken stadium in 2017. Lars Ronbog/FrontzoneSport via Getty Images hide caption

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A Soccer Team In Denmark Is Using Facial Recognition To Stop Unruly Fans

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Greenland Looks To Seize A Spotlight Moment

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Social Democratic leader Mette Frederiksen walks with supporters after the election results at Christiansborg Castle in Copenhagen early on Thursday. Philip Davali/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A wild boar at at an enclosure set up by forest rangers in a northwestern district of Berlin in 2017. Denmark is building a $12 million fence in an effort to keep out wild boars from Germany. Tobias Schwarz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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To Keep African Swine Fever Out, Denmark Is Planning A Southern Boar(der) Fence

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Denmark Has An Issue With Its Southern Border — Wild Boars

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Anti-Immigrant Party Disrupts Sweden's Usual Politics

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Sweden Democrats leader Jimmie Åkesson gives a speech in Malmö on Aug. 31. Polls suggest his anti-immigrant party could make a strong showing in Sunday's election. Johan Nilsson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ahead Of Elections, A Swedish City Reflects The Country's Ambivalence On Immigration

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City's Immigrant Issues Change The Tone Of Sweden's Elections

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Swedes Told How To Prepare For Security Issues Including War

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