Alahednews Alahednews Danish PM Rebuffs Trump’s Idea on Buying Greenland Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen labeled US President Donald Trump’s idea of buying Greenland as “absurd.” Greenland Tells Trump It Is Open for Business but Not For Sale Greenland dismissed the notion that it might be up for sale after reports that Trump showed willingness to buy the world’s largest island. Explosion at Copenhagen Tax Office One person was lightly wounded in an explosion outside the Danish Tax Agency’s office in Copenhagen. Montenegro: “Israeli” Political Consultant Is Suspect in Pro-Kremlin Coup Attempt Montenegro named “Israeli” political consultant as a suspect in the 2016 plot to topple the Montenegrin government. Trump Threatens Europe: 2,500 Captured Daesh Militants Back into Your Countries Trump has warned that some 2,500 terrorists captured by the US and its allies in Syria and Iraq could soon be roaming European soil. Irish PM: Hard Brexit Would Raise Issue of Irish Unification Irish PM warned that a so-called hard Brexit could undermine Scotland’s place in the UK. Scottish Leader to Johnson: We Want an Independence Referendum Scotland’s nationalist leader warned UK PM Johnson that she would continue preparations for an independence referendum. EU to Hit US with 35 Billion-Euro Duties If US Tariffs Cars The EU will impose up to 35 billion euros on US goods if it tariffs cars. Gibraltar Court Extends Iranian Tanker Detention for 30 Days The Gibraltar Supreme Court ruled Friday that a seized Iranian tanker that was shipping oil as aid to Syria will be detained for 30 more days. Moscow, Paris Urge Preserving JCPOA Putin and Macron agreed Thursday on the need to ’consolidate efforts’ to save the Iran nuclear deal following months of soaring tensions. US Nuclear Locations in Europe Exposed A report from a NATO committee that has since been deleted reportedly exposed the secret locations of US nuclear weapons in Europe. Von der Leyen Victory Greeted with Delight – and Dismay Skeptical EU lawmakers approved Ursula von der Leyen’s appointment as president of the European Commission. Netanyahu Tells EU to Drop Iran Deal Before ’Nuclear Weapons Start Falling On European Soil’ Netanyahu criticized leaders in Europe on Monday as they struggle to salvage the nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran. Mogherini: Iran Commitment Reduction not Significant  Mogherini confirmed that the signatories to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal do not view Tehran’s move to scale back some of its commitments. New EU Chief Nominee Says Brexit Could be Delayed, Again Next EU Commission president said that Brexit could be delayed for a third time. Sweden Rejects China’s Request to Extradite Former Official Sweden decided not to extradite a man wanted by Beijing on suspicion of having embezzled millions of dollars. SIPRI Chief: Reimposition of US Sanctions on Iran Provocative, Vindictive SIPRI director described the US’ withdrawal from the JCPOA as “provocative” and “vindictive” European Parliament Elects New President in Strasbourg The new European Parliament convened to elect a new president to replace incumbent Antonio Tajani after a pan-European vote in May. Police Fire Rubber Bullets, Tear Gas on Anti-Gov’t Protest in Tbilisi Police fired rubber bullets and tear gas at anti-government protest near Georgia parliament in Tbilisi. France, Germany to Increase Efforts to Reduce Iran Tensions, Avert War France and Germany will increase their efforts to reduce tensions over Iran. EU Foreign Policy Chief’s Adviser: Trump Not in Control of Iran Policy, Should Fire Bolton Tocci said that the US President Donald Trump does not appear to be in control of his own administration’s Iran policy. EU Court Urges Labeling of Goods from «Israeli» Settlements EU law requires the indication that the product comes from an “Israeli” settlement. Sweden: Explosion in Southern Town Injures 19, Cause Unclear A powerful explosion in the southern Swedish town of Linkoping on Friday damaged buildings and injured 19 people. Fire at Migrant Camp in Bosnia Injures 29 Twenty-nine migrants were injured in a fire that broke out early on Saturday at a migrant camp in Velika Kladusa. Finland Intends to Put Electronic ’Fetters’ on Illegal Migrants Finland may put electronic footwear on immigrants who have had their asylum applications rejected.