Turkey wants Denmark to account for the release of ten Kurds suspected of funding the PKK, while Denmark continues to wait for answers about Turkey's release of a man suspected to trying to kill a well-known Islam critic.

Turkey is demanding answers from Denmark on the release of ten men who were charged with "terror funding" after raising up to 140 million kroner ($23.8 million) for Kurdish rebels.

The ten Kurds funnelled the money into the now-shuttered Roj TV, which in turn funded the Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK), a militant separatist group considered a terror organisation by the EU and the US.

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