Brondby was playing against rival FC Copenhagen, which went on to win the match 1-0.
The Russian leader visited Franz Josef Land, before arriving at an Arctic forum in Arkhangelsk.
It's only the fourth blasphemy case in Danish history.
Transparency International says perception of wrongdoing among politicians is fueling mistrust.
The Nordic nation has decided to expand special operations forces against the extremist group.
Aarhus in Denmark and Kingston-upon-Hull in England plan yearlong celebrations of arts, spectacles and community events.
South Korea's president could be the country's first democratically elected leader to be forced to leave office early.
Russian parliamentary elections in Crimea are "unacceptable" claims Danish minister.
Copenhagen police have been called over exhibition that plans to show the other side of "martyrs."
A right-wing Danish politician is closely following the U.K.'s EU vote.
Margrethe Vestager said leaks could drive "momentum" for much-needed change.
Human rights advocates are calling the practice misguided.
Parliament has reached a majority in favor of refusing asylum to those who commit crimes.
The Chinese artist will remove his work from display in Denmark to protest a law allowing refugees' valuables to be seized.
The measures also include extending family reunification among refugees from one year to three years.
The medical organization recommends major policy changes in 2016.
The U.N. said Denmark's plan could fuel fear and xenophobia.
The organization posted a statement saying public anger should be directed at the EU instead.