Players shocked staff during an escape room challenge by trying to "ritually sacrifice" one of their team members to find their way to freedom.
A 13-year-old boy suffered injuries to his hand in the incident at the Tivoli Friheden park in Aarhus, Denmark.
Authorities say the suspected gunman was known to the mental health service system in Denmark. Terrorism is not believed to be his motive for the attack.
The 22-year-old accused of a mall shooting that left three dead posed online with guns and claimed a powerful anti-psychotic drug "does not work."
Civilians are not allowed to own full automatic firearms in Denmark, and semi-automatic weapons and handguns require special authorization.
Over 60 pilot whales are said to have been killed in the first hunt of the season.
The former U.S. president was "very impressed" after hearing the group singing Hans Christian Andersen's "In Denmark I Was Born."
Queen Margrethe of Denmark is a distant cousin of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and the two are the only ruling queens in Europe at this time.
Denmark, Iceland and Norway have stated what they will do if the two countries were to be attacked.
Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod told Newsweek he expects "unity in NATO around this issue" despite apparent Turkish objections.
How the giant mammal—which is slowly recovering and still being monitored—managed to survive has puzzled scientists in the area.
Denmark currently has a 15.8 percent reliance on Russian energy, and is looking to reduce it even more with the construction of new wind farms.
"The new American Dream is to leave America," said the American expat.
The incident involving the then-President of Finland's husband originally caused a stir in 2012, according to news reports of the time.
"Valhalla" is the new Netflix spin-off to "Vikings," and Newsweek reveals what has been kept from the original and what's new to this show.
The Tesla Model 3 isn't priced the same in every country.
The country is scaling back its vaccine campaign because of the "large population immunity" from the third wave of the coronavirus.
"With Omicron not being a severe disease for the vaccinated, we believe it is reasonable to lift restrictions," epidemiologist Lone Simonsen said.
"It may seem strange that we want to remove restrictions given the high infection rates," the prime minister said. "But fewer people become seriously ill."
Sunlight is linked to the production of oxygen. Scientists in Denmark suggest that some organisms can also produce oxygen where sunlight doesn't exist.
After a man who once headed both of Denmark's intelligence agency was arrested, some worried it could badly reflect on the country's foreign partnerships.
"This is completely insane," said Lars Findsen, who urged authorities to reveal his preliminary charge.
The Danish government has decided to release them rather than bring them to Denmark to face preliminary charges of attempted murder.
Kosovo agreed to rent Denmark 300 of its prison cells in return for funds to help build a green energy system to replace its coal use.
The country registered more than 11,000 new COVID-19 cases on Friday and a slightly lower 9,999 new cases on Thursday.
The Court of Impeachment convened for the first time in 26 years to try Inger Stoejberg, who now faces 60 days in detention.
The Danish vessel Karin Hoej capsized and was floating upside down after a collision with the British ship Scot Carrier in the Baltic Sea.
"The speed of it is surprising. If it can overcome Delta in Scotland and the U.K., then it will do elsewhere," officials warned.