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Bloated carcasses of the mink culled by Denmark to stop the spread of a COVID-19 strain are surfacing from their mass graves


A mutated COVID-19 strain that spread on Danish mink farms is 'most likely' extinct, authorities say, as Ireland starts its own mink cull


Denmark, overwhelmed by millions of mink it plans to kill to prevent a new strain of coronavirus, is turning to incinerators and chemical-drenched mass graves



Millions of minks have been killed since June because they can pass the coronavirus to people. But fears of a mutated strain are overblown.


Denmark says it will cull 17 million mink after discovering a mutated strain of COVID-19 that officials fear could 'restart' the entire global pandemic


If you say 'cancelled clown' 3 times in Burger King restrooms in Sweden, the lights dim and Ronald McDonald appears in the mirror



Peter Madsen — the Danish tech entrepreneur who killed a journalist on his submarine — was caught breaking out of jail, reportedly while claiming he had a bomb


Europe's second wave is here: France and the UK recorded their highest daily COVID-19 cases ever, and the EU warned that some countries have worse outbreaks than in March


Sweden's GDP slumped 8.6% in Q2, more sharply than its neighbours despite its no-lockdown policy


Sweden had one of the most relaxed COVID-19 lockdowns in the world. There's growing evidence that helped it weather 2020's economic storm better than anywhere else


A new luxury campground filled with circles sits in a Japanese forest, is inspired by the coziness of hygge, and looks like a real-life FernGully. Take a look inside.


European experts are looking on in horror at the botched US response to the coronavirus



Plastic partitions, temperature checks, and socially distanced classrooms: How countries are reopening schools following coronavirus closures


More and more countries across Europe have started lifting their lockdowns. Here's how they're working out.


Denmark is starting to open schools, but some parents are rebelling


A new analysis of coronavirus deaths suggests that official tolls are massively undercounting all over the world



France is barring firms registered in offshore tax havens from its government coronavirus bailout, following similar bans in Denmark and Poland


Denmark and Poland are refusing to bail out companies registered in offshore tax havens


Photos of Danish children returning to school while staying six feet apart highlight the country's cautious approach to lifting its lockdown measures


6 European countries are starting to lift restrictions, but they have had hugely different results in tackling their coronavirus outbreaks