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Capital controls introduced in 2008 are to be lifted on Tuesday, as the country hit a record high 7.2-percent growth in 2016.
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Pernille Vermund, the leader of Danish far-right party the New Conservatives, polled almost 5 percent in February - impressive for a newcomer.
Europe should focus on implementation of environmental laws instead of making new ones, Finnish minister Kimmo Tiilikainen told EUobserver.
Following pressure from Norway, MEPs voted down controversial proposals calling for a ban on the oil business in the Barents sea.
Not only Donald Trump but also Poland's Jaroslaw Kaczynski, Hungary's Viktor Orban and Norway's Siv Jensen have been bashing Sweden over its once liberal migration policy in recent years.
The autonomous archipelago will vote on a new constitution next year to change its status within Denmark, while trying to get more access to EU markets.
EU energy security is too important an issue for its main principles, such as diversification, to be empty slogans on paper.
The choice of Nord Stream 2's logistics hub in Sweden was driven by the award-winning green logistics concept of the first Nord Stream project, and not by any political motivations.
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The European Commission should provide a thorough impact assessment of Nord Stream 2, a project that appears to go against all of its Energy Union objectives.
The Russian oil giant wants to store materials there to facilitate its Nord Stream 2 project, and it is unlikely to face local opposition.
Climate change will facilitate access to new wealth in the north. The oceans can provide food for a hungry world, says Norwegian government.
Frustrated MEPs requested a sunset clause in new co-operation agreement between Denmark and EU police agency.
The parties in Iceland's new centre-right coalition cannot agree on membership of the EU, but they agree to ask parliament whether to hold a referendum on the issue.
Plans to rent harbour facilities to Russia's Nord Stream 2 pipeline project on the Swedish island of Gotland have split local political parties on strategic issues.
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Denmark's government and political parties are examining a draft agreement that would secure links with Europol starting May 2017, in a follow-up to a referendum last year that rejected full membership into the EU law enforcement agency.
Estonian and Finnish high school students do best at science out of the EU according to a study by the OECD, a Paris-based club of industrialised nations.
Ruling Law and Justice has promised to overhaul the NGO sector. The move could strain relations with Norway, a major donor to Polish civic life.
Juha Sipila denies trying to pressure a journalist to stop investigating conflict of interest allegations, but a media watchdog says his handling of the issue "looks bad".
US air base in Greenand likely to expand, but Obama-era policies on global warming and environmental protection set to be main casualties of Trump rule.
A report suggests that children run away because their asylum claims have been rejected, and they don’t want to be deported.
Denmark ditched their fat tax and cut levies on beer, but Danes still furnish health campaigners with the bulk of their evidence for "sin taxes" on unhealthy food and drink.
Unlike most EU member states, the Swedish Transport Agency took cars on the road for emissions testing. The difference? Swedish car buyers pay a €5 tax.
Nordic states have joined Poland and others in calling for an EU-level decision on Nord Stream 2 - Russia's divisive gas pipeline.
Icelandic elections over the weekend proved a testing ground against the traditional party system.
In the space of three years, Iceland's main parties have seen their vote decimated, and new parties may well take almost half the electorate in Saturday's election.
Poland is putting pressure on the European Commission to rule whether a new Russian gas pipeline conforms with EU law.
Nordic troops ought to learn French to better contribute to UN peace missions in future, security experts and politicians have been told.
Copenhagen harbour, like many of its kind, used to stink of oil and garbage. Now, people swim in canals around the parliament, passing shoals of fish and jellyfish.
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