Greenland government loses majority as airport funding row resurfaces

FILE PHOTO: Greenland’s Prime Minister Kim Kielsen stands in his office with a giant photograph of a sea eagle in Nuke, Greenland, June 2, 2016. REUTERS/Alister Doyle

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Greenland’s government lost its parliamentary majority as a row between coalition partners escalated on Monday over how a planned upgrade of three airports, of strategic interest to both Washington and Beijing, should be financed. Partii Naleraq, a pro-independence party, said on Sunday it was quitting the coalition over a plan for Denmark, […]

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