"This is completely insane," said Lars Findsen, who urged authorities to reveal his preliminary charge.
The store's manager said that the stranded group of people were able to "pick the exact bed they always have wanted to try."
A journalist made secret recordings of telephone conversations with jailed inventor Peter Madsen which are now set to be broadcast.
The zoo's resident giants were clearly anxious, but refrained from an attack.
The average night out costs nearly $80 in New York.
The prosecutor tried to establish a sexual motive for the murder.
The Nordic nation has decided to expand special operations forces against the extremist group.
The Chinese artist will remove his work from display in Denmark to protest a law allowing refugees' valuables to be seized.
Danish companies pioneer diversity by breaking barriers and hiring people with disabilities.
Frank Jensen likes to run, ride his bicycle, have brunch in Hamlet's castle and watch his beloved Liverpool FC.
Lars Vilks, who has a $100,000 terrorist bounty on his head, went into hiding following February's Copenhagen shooting.
Both the Conservative People's Party and the anti-immigration Danish People's Party have backed the idea.
El-Hussein's account was visible until Monday, and a 'remembering' epithet had been posted above his name.
U.S. President says Muslim leaders must do more to discredit notion that Western nations are suppressing Islam.
Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter reported the state prosecutor believed the suspects sent money to Islamic State.
"Our voices must be louder than the sound of bullets," says Ukrainian FEMEN activist Inna Shevchenko.
Danish police arrested a further two suspects after Danish media named the suspected gunman.
Police officers were wounded in the shooting at a public meeting attended by Swedish artist Lars Vilks.