Denmark

The Danish government wants to send refugee Aya Abo Daher, seen here with her high school principal, back to Syria | Photo: Rahima Abdullah
Denmark's current 'ghetto' laws target immigrant neighborhoods — and have led to protests (FILE photo) | Photo: Philip Davali/Ritzau Scanpix/AP/picture-alliance
From file: Migrants after arriving in Denmark from Germany in September 2015 | Photo: EPA/Jens Noergaard Larsen
From file: A young refugee family walking along highway E45 from Padborg in Denmark near the border with Germany in 2015 | Photo: ©SCANPIX DENMARK/AFP
Former Danish immigration minister, Inger Stojberg, is set for an impeachment trial in Denmark | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/T. Eisenkrätzer
Aiming for zero migrant arrivals: Mette Frederiksen, Danish prime minister since June 2019 |  Photo: EPA/L. Sabroe
Border controls are rare in Germany, as the country is part of the EU's Schengen zone of free movement | Photo:S. Hoppe / Picture-alliance/dpa
A picture of the migrants rescued by the Maersk tanker Etienne in the Mediterranean in August 2020 | Photo: Reuters / Maersk Tankers
Denmark has softened its stance on immigration, but still has a relatively restrictive policy | Photo: picture-alliance/Scanpix Denmark
Some border checks have been in place in Denmark since 2016 but the coronavirus pandemic imposed new restrictions on non-resident foreigners in the country | Photo: picture alliance/N. Hougaard
A part of a refugee camp in Thisted, northern Jutland, Denmark I Photo: EPA/Sara Gangsted
Nadia Nadim, international football star and former refugee from Afghanistan | Photo: DBU