The club owners regard the ruling as unfair and unreasonable, and claim that being non-Danish yields certain benefits in some situations. The case has been closely followed by Denmark's entire restaurant industry in anticipation of legal changes.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - China will have to retaliate against the US latest decision to impose new tariffs on imports from China, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said on Tuesday.
Iran is offering its oil and gas at reduced prices to Asian customers ahead of the US sanctions that are due to take effect in November.
Swedish policemen admitted that the current system allows jihadists to freely enter the country, whereas people with perfectly legal grounds to stay in the Scandinavian country get detained.
Roscosmos, the space industry giant responsible for Russia's space flight and cosmonautics program, has released a treasure trove of video materials on its plans for the near future. For the benefit of its English-speaking readers, Sputnik has translated, adapted and published videos detailing the company's most ambitious projects.
SEOUL (Sputnik) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in left for Pyongyang on Tuesday for his third meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Sputnik correspondent reported from the press center of the inter-Korean summit.
US Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson called for a 24% growth in the number of squadrons by 2030, claiming that the additional aircraft would be necessary to prepare for a possible conflict against major nations and extremist groups.
A large minority of people in the UK believe multiculturalism has undermined British culture and people believe that migrants do not properly integrate, according to some of the broadest research into the population’s attitudes to immigration. Sputnik spoke to author Alexander Nekrassov about the impact this is having on Britain.