OnlineKhabar (2018). Nepali artefacts taken to Denmark: 'Six decades on, too easy to call collectors thieves'. OnlineKhabar. 1 February.
ANSA (2018). Recovered Sabine chariot on show. ANSA. 23 January.
Failed Extortion - Thieves return Nolde painting
Welt (2018). Erpressung gescheitert – Diebe geben Nolde-Gemälde zurück. Welt. 12 January.
BBC News (2018). 'World's most expensive vodka' found on Danish building site. BBC News. 5 January.
The Local (2018). 'World's most expensive vodka' stolen from Copenhagen collection. The Local. 3 January.
Stephen Gadd (2017). Danish auction house in hot water again over sale of stolen painting. CPH Post. 28 March.
Perwana Nazif (2017). 16 Years Later, Stash of Stolen Paintings Found Near Crime Scene. ArtNet News. 15 March.
The Local (2017). Looted Syrian antiquities for sale in Denmark: police. The Local. 24 January.
The Local (2016). Danish bog mummy's missing toe returned after 60 years. The Local. 21 October.
Robert Booth (2016). Battle of Jutland war graves 'vandalised' by illegal metal scavengers. The Guardian. 18 September.
The Local (2016). Denmark returns stolen gold cart of Etruscan prince to Italy. The Local. 6 July.
Elisabetta Povoledo (2016). Those Italian Artifacts Actually Were Looted, Danish Museum Now Says. The New York Times. 5 July.
Mark Duell (2016). First World War sea graves hit by 'industrial-scale looting'. The Daily Mail. 23 May.
Mark Molloy (2016). Facebook accused of censoring photo of Copenhagen's Little Mermaid statue. The Telegraph. 4 January.
WENN (2015). Denmark's Graceland Museum Boss Forced To Change Venue Name. Contact Music. 22 December.
Natasha Hinde (2015). Artist's Fury After 'Female Beauty' Exhibition Combatting Negative Body Image Is Denied By Police. Huffington Post. 21 December.
The Local (2015). Rodin bust stolen from Copenhagen art museum. The Local. 20 August.
Art Media Agency (2015). Two stolen artworks by Goya and Rubens returned to Voergaard Castle. Art Media Agency. 24 July.
Fake Ancient Egyptian artefact used by Tsar Alexander III of Russia sold to buyer from Denmark at Folkestone auction( )
Matt Leclere (2015). Fake Ancient Egyptian artefact used by Tsar Alexander III of Russia sold to buyer from Denmark at Folkestone auction. Kent Online. 3 March.
Nevine El-Aref (2014). Islamic, pharaonic items returned to Egypt from Denmark and France. Ahram Online. 10 July.
Al-Masry Al-Youm (2014). Egypt receives eight smuggled artifacts from Denmark. Egypt Independent. 8 July.