Denmark this week introduced spot checks on its border with Germany, threatening the passport-free travel zone known as Schengen. The move, which has yet to be approved by Schengen’s guardian, the European Union, has not pleased Berlin. Here, Danish police staffed a border checkpoint Tuesday at the Krusa border crossing near Flensburg, Germany.
Denmark this week introduced spot checks on its border with Germany, threatening the passport-free travel zone known as Schengen. The move, which has yet to be approved by Schengen’s guardian, the European Union, has not pleased Berlin. Here, Danish police staffed a border checkpoint Tuesday at the Krusa border crossing near Flensburg, Germany. Carsten Rehder/DPA The Associated Press
Denmark this week introduced spot checks on its border with Germany, threatening the passport-free travel zone known as Schengen. The move, which has yet to be approved by Schengen’s guardian, the European Union, has not pleased Berlin. Here, Danish police staffed a border checkpoint Tuesday at the Krusa border crossing near Flensburg, Germany. Carsten Rehder/DPA The Associated Press

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