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Student homeless protest at City Hall

To the annoyance of the pan flute players, tourists, not to mention the real homeless, students are pitching tents and handing out homeless student newspapers on the City Hall Square

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89 was a new type of revolution

1989 saw Europe invent a new non-violent, non-utopian type of upheaval

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Deal cut over university billions

Parties reach agreement on DKK 39 billion from the 'globalisation' fund

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Gays and lesbians met up before city vote

Homosexuals were in the majority when BLUS (the organisation for gay, lesbian and transsexual students in Copenhagen) hosted a meeting prior to the city elections

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Rector gets three more years

The board of the University of Copenhagen has extended Rector Ralf Hemmingsens contract, which now runs to 31 October 2013

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Fears are not mutually exclusive

You can be threatened by both climate change and Islamism at once, said government minister Lene Espersen at the University of Copenhagen

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Homeless students got soaked

Student activists made themselves homeless 9 November, thereby drawing attention to the student housing crisis

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Tough talk over university billions

Talks on the billion-kroner globalisation-fund have ended in a political stand off, with the government now threatening to use the billions with the right wing Danish People's Party. This is after the centre-left Social Democrat and Social Liberal parties slammed the door

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German voice in Europe needed

Former politicians Uffe Ellemann-Jensen and Richard von Weizsäcker discussed the fall of the Berlin Wall and its aftermath

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God doesn’t mind blasphemy, but we do

Religious feelings, bullying, and the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Two editors stake out the issues four years after the Mohammed cartoons

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