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A ban on people wearing clothing that covers their face in public, like a burqa or niqab, may find its way to Denmark following a landmark decision at the European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday.

Judges upheld France's burqa law, accepting the argument that veils threatened the right of citizens to live together in society.

And now, several legal experts have told Berlingske newspaper that they believe a similar ban could be enacted in Denmark.


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