Pompeo reacts after US closes Chinese consulate in Houston | AFP

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says in a press conference with Denmark’s Foreign Minister during a visit to Copenhagen that President Donald Trump will continue to take actions over China that “protect the American people,” their national security and economy. The United States has ordered China to close its consulate in Houston and accused it of ramping up spying operations, dramatically escalating diplomatic tensions between the feuding superpowers. SOUNDBITE

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Copenhagen zoo reopens to visitors after lockdown | AFP

Visitors are back at the Copenhagen zoo, one of the oldest in Europe, after a months-long closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. It was the first time the zoo closed its doors in its 151-year history. The head of animal operations at the zoos says now with visitors back the “animals are alert, they’re watching, they’re interested.”

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Visitors return to Copenhagen zoo as cultural sites reopen | AFP

Visitors return to see the animals at Copenhagen’s 160-year-old zoo after the Danish government relaxed coronavirus restrictions. The Nordic nation which has recorded 11,000 infections and 562 deaths from coronavirus. On 21 May the government decided to bring the end of the lockdown forward as virologists said the spread of the virus was slowing. IMAGES

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Middle schools reopen in Denmark | AFP

Schoolchildren aged 12-15 return to class at Norrebro Park school in Copenhagen for the first time in nine weeks, as Danish authorities lift more health restrictions. Younger children became the first in Europe to return to class after Denmark reopened primary schools in mid-April. Places of worship and restaurants will also be allowed to reopen, under social distancing regulations, in the country of 5.8 million which has recorded 11,000 coronavirus infections and 547 deaths. IMAGES

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Shopping centres reopen in Copenhagen as Denmark eases coronavirus measures | AFP

Shopping centres in Copenhagen reopen after months-long closures aimed at stemming the spread of the new coronavirus in Denmark. Since the start of the epidemic, Denmark has recorded over 10,000 cases. IMAGES of a shopping centre in Copenhagen

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Tents set up in Copenhagen park to increase virus testing capacity | AFP

A tent complex has been set up in a park in Copenhagen, close to the city’s largest hospital, to increase the screening capacity of COVID-19 in the Danish capital. Health Minister Magnus Heunicke promised that all people with symptoms would soon be able to be tested. IMAGES

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Danish schools reopen after month-long closure over coronavirus | AFP

Schools in Denmark reopen after a month-long closure over the novel coronavirus, becoming the first country in Europe to do so. However classes are only resuming in about half of Denmark’s municipalities and in about 35 percent of Copenhagen’s schools, as other have requested more time to adjust to health protocols still in place. IMAGES

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In Denmark, the world’s first ski slope on a waste incinerator opens | AFP

“Copenhill”, the world’s first ski slope on a waste incinerator, is inaugurated facing the sea in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, one of the flattest countries in the world.

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Danish voters ponder immigration, climate and welfare issues | AFP

Voters cast their ballots in Copenhagen for a general election in which the opposition Social Democrats are tipped to return to power after adopting the right wing’s long-standing restrictive stance on immigration.

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Denmark Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen casts his vote in general election | AFP

Danish Prime Minister and head of the ruling Liberal Party, Lars Lokke Rasmussen, casts her vote in Copenhagen in a general election where climate concerns top the agenda. The opposition Social Democrats are tipped to return to power after adopting the right wing’s long-standing restrictive stance on immigration. IMAGES

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Social Democrats leader casts her vote in Danish general election | AFP

The leader of Denmark’s opposition centre-left Social Democrats, Mette Frederiksen, casts her vote in Copenhagen in a general election where climate concerns top the agenda. The Social Democrats are tipped to return to power after adopting the right wing’s long-standing restrictive stance on immigration. IMAGES

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Queen of Denmark opens new Panda enclosure at Copenhagen Zoo

The Queen of Denmark, Margrethe II, opens the panda enclosure at the Copenhagen zoo. Two pandas, Xing Er and Mao Sun, have been “gifted” by China to the Queen and her late husband, Prins Henrik, and will stay in the zoo for the next 15 years.

Inside One Of The World’s Best Restaurants, Noma

The original Noma opened in Copenhagen 15 years ago, surprising guests with its inventive offerings, like dishes disguised as herb pots. Noma was voted number one restaurant in the world four times. But not too long ago, Chef René Redzepi shut everything down. And this latest move could give them back the title.

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Inside One Of The World’s Best Restaurants, Noma

Denmark: Protest against plans to move migrants to island

Thousands gather in central Copenhagen to protest against a new government plan to move “unwanted” migrants to a remote uninhabited island. The decision is part of a new finance bill for 2019 agreed between the centre-right government and the right-wing populist Danish People’s Party.

S. Korea’s Moon visits Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Europe tour

South Korean President Moon Jae-in attends a ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris ahead of a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron. Moon is set to lobby for North Korea’s Kim Jong Un on a seven-day Europe tour that will see him also stop in Rome, Brussels and Copenhagen. IMAGES

Macron angers opposition by calling French ‘Gauls who resist change’

The president of France has described some of his own citizens as being stuck in the past and backwards. Emmanuel Macron said so-called ‘French Gauls’ were preventing positive change, while praising the Danish economic model on a visit to Copenhagen.

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Macron takes scenic bike ride around Copenhagen

Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen, a cycling fan, takes President Emmanuel Macron for a bike ride through the streets of Copenhagen. Macron revealed while on the state visit that the Tour de France cycling race would soon embark from Copenhagen.

Macron couple welcomed at Amalienborg Palace by Danish Royals(2)

Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte, on a state visit to Denmark, are welcomed by Queen Margrethe II, Crown Prince Fredrik of Denmark and his wife Mary at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen. IMAGES of the family photo

Macron couple welcomed at Amalienborg Palace

Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte, on a three-day state visit to Denmark and Finland, are welcomed by Queen Margrethe II, Crown Prince Fredrik of Denmark and his wife Mary at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen. IMAGES

Send-off ceremony for Mexican World Cup squad

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto attends a send-off ceremony for the Mexican football squad before their friendly match on June 2 against Scotland. After that, the team will head to Copenhagen for final preparations ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Prosecutor in Peter Madson trial leaves court in Copenhagen

The prosecutor in the case of Danish inventor Peter Madson leaves court in Copenhagen on the first day of the trial. Madsen denies murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his self-built submarine, saying she died when the air pressure suddenly dropped and toxic fumes filled the vessel. IMAGES