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Danish PM proposes refugees camps outside the EU

The Danish Prime Minister has proposed camps for processing refugees to be set up outside EU borders. The idea reportedly has support from several European countries – including Austria. By – Marion MacGregor In the year that Lars Lokke Rasmussen became Danish Prime Minister, more than a million migrants crossed the borders into Europe and over 21,000 of those arrived in Denmark. ...

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5 most radical anti-ghetto plans in Europe

Denmark has announced a crackdown on migrant-dominated ghettos, but how likely are the new measures to actually come into force, and will they make a difference? The fate of Europe’s previous anti-ghetto plans offers a guide. By – Igor Ogorodnev Proposal Twenty-two initiatives have been put forward by the center-right government, including doubling sentences for crimes committed in areas designated as ghettos, a reduction ...

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Denmark won’t accept any Muslim refugees under the UN’s quota system this year

Sweden Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen called for top-level political action to stop the growth of Muslim parallel societies throughout Denmark – at the government’s two-day seminar in Esbjerg he said the immigrants problem is under control and the government has managed to get more refugees into the labour market but there are still major, major problems surrounding integration. Via: : ...

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No EU membership for Turkey: Danish politicians

Any talk of Turkey joining the EU is moot after the result of the country’s referendum giving President Recep Tayyip Erdogan broader powers, say Danish politicians. Via: thelocal.dk 51 percent of Turkish voters accepted the constitutional changes in Sunday’s referendum, although opposition and watchdogs have already questioned the fairness of the vote. Nevertheless, the result of the referendum means in all ...

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MPs reject Turkish election campaigns in Denmark

MPs from two Danish parties have said that they oppose election campaigning in Denmark by the Turkish government. Via: thelocal.dk Neither the Liberal (Venstre) party, the largest party in the country’s governing coalition, nor the nationalist Danish People’s Party (DF), which supports the government in parliament, wants Turkish prime minister Binali Yildirim to hold campaign meetings in the Scandinavian country. Prime ...

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