Nazi Submarine Wreck Off Denmark Torpedoes Theory That Hitler Fled to Argentina

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  A missing World War Two U-boat—which has long been rumored to have carried Nazi leaders to South America as the Third Reich collapsed—has been found off the coast of Denmark. The U-3523 submarine, a cutting-edge vessel developed at the very end of the war, was discovered at a depth of around 400 feet, 10 nautical miles north of the …

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The Latest Terrorist Tactic: Litigation By Daniel Huff

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On December 29, Scandinavian authorities arrested five terrorists planning an attack in Denmark. Almost as interesting as what they targeted is what they spared and the lessons it holds for future counterterrorism efforts. The plot was to storm the Copenhagen newsroom of Jyllands Posten and murder its staff. It was the fourth attempt this year by Islamic extremists to punish the newspaper that published the Mohammed …

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Denmark: Prosecution of Free Speech Advocate May Prompt Changes to Racism Laws BY Nathaniel Sugarman

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Published August 6, 2010 with permission from The Legal Project Note: Danish URLs can be viewed in English using Google translate. On August 4, 2010, the Public Prosecutor for Copenhagen charged International Free Press Society (IFPS) president Lars Hedegaard with racism. The IFPS describes itself as an organization "exclusively devoted to defending the right of free expression."

eHeziDenmark: Prosecution of Free Speech Advocate May Prompt Changes to Racism Laws BY Nathaniel Sugarman